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I added a sort results option in the WP Plugin Info Card Query block.
You can also use your own sort feature if you’d like to use the new filter (see below).
Hi @johpg sorry for not responding to your earlier thread.
Right now for the Query block included in WP Plugin Info Card, you can only browse by
popular, which will display the top plugin results. That’s about as close as we can get to sorting by installs.
Are you asking that whatever the result of the query, you’d like to be able to further sort them by install?
In reply to: [WP Plugin Info Card] no longer respects the default option
Sorry about that. @iamkingsleyf 3.4.2 should now honor the defaults for the blocks.Forum: Plugins
In reply to: [Event Tracking for Gravity Forms] Thanks for maintaining
Heya. As we are not one in the same, please bring that up with gforms support. They are very good developers and will be happy to investigate.
Thank you for your support.
@divyeshk71 can you please check that there aren’t multiple GTM versions loaded on the frontend and that the GA4 tag in GTM is only firing once?
Can you please tell me which protocol you’re using (Measurement, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager)?
Also, for your form, do you only have one feed set?
In reply to: [Event Tracking for Gravity Forms] Gravity form stuckForum: Plugins
In reply to: [Event Tracking for Gravity Forms] UA3 and GA4 tracking
Yes, Tag Manager is the way to go for any future integrations.
I’ll check this out. You may have better luck with pagination events over partial entries as I’ve found partial entries typically only work when paginated anyways.Forum: Plugins
In reply to: [Event Tracking for Gravity Forms] Continued Development?
The plugin will still be maintained and kept up-to-date for the foreseeable future.
I won’t be introducing new features, however.Forum: Reviews
In reply to: [AlertsDLX - Alert and Notification Blocks] Nice block plugin
@chinaraj thank you for trying out the block and for your kind review.
Here’s some code to accomplish this. You can use a plugin such as Code Snippets to add this in.