Gravity Wiz Weekly #52

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Hello, wizards!

We wanted to highlight a cool feature of GP Multi-page Navigation that was previously undocumented: the ability to start the form on a specific page. We discuss why you might want to do this in the documentation.

Read on for a full list of updates and bug fixes now available.

Until next week! ?

Gravity Perks

Gravity Perks (v2.0.11)

  • Added GP_Late_Static_Binding::Perk_value_pass_through() method.
  • Added support to disable API SSL verification with “edd_sl_api_request_verify_ssl” filter

Gravity Forms Better User Activation (v1.1.6)

  • Fixed fatal error that occurred when loading the WordPress customizer.

Gravity Forms Limit Choices (v1.6.24)

  • Fixed issue where multiselect fields were not correctly limited.

Gravity Forms Media Library (v1.0.13)

  • Fixed issue where files were uploaded to the wrong directory due to get_post() returning a post even when no post ID was passed.
  • Added ‘gpml_media_data’ filter to allow modifying media data before uploading (see:
  • Fixed link to documentation.

Gravity Forms Nested Forms (v1.0-beta-6.1)

  • Fixed issue where parent merge tag replacement broke routing in notifications.
  • Added support for {Parent} merge tag which allows populating child form inputs with data from the parent form.

Gravity Forms Page Transitions (Early Access) (v1.0-beta-1.10)

  • Fixed issue where page conditional logic caused page animation to fail when submitting a page.

Gravity Forms Placeholder (v1.3.6)

  • Fixed issue where “gform_column_input_content” filter was not called correctly when placeholder was active.
  • Added minimum required version of Gravity Forms to bypass fatal errors when Gravity Forms was not active.

Gravity Forms Preview Submission (v1.2.11)

  • Fixed issue were nonexistent method was referenced in hook.
  • Updated minimum required version of Gravity Perks.

Gravity Forms Unique ID (v1.3.14)

  • Updated no longer process unique IDs for partial entries.


  1. Victor Marsala
    Victor Marsala August 24, 2018 at 12:10 am

    Is there a way to determine if Nested Forms would work with something like the WooCommerce Gravity Forms Product Add-Ons plugin?

    I know that the plugin itself has a list of compatible fields, of which some are not yet supported, but if my nested form included only supported fields, like dropdowns, is there a way to determine if it would work?

    I did try writing them first and it was determined that I should be asking you guys instead. I am kind of on the cusp of buying it to see firsthand and trying to return it if it doesn’t (even though it’s a super cool thing to have, it’s just very project-specific right now), but if I don’t have to be a bother and could just find out from the source I thought it might be best to just ask first =)

    1. David Smith
      David Smith Staff August 24, 2018 at 10:03 am

      I haven’t tested this integration personally but I do know of many Gravity Perks users who have without issue. Let me know if you have any other questions. :)

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