Ronald Huereca

Connect EmailOctopus and Gravity Forms Plugin Released

By Ronald Huereca | November 15, 2018

Connect EmailOctopus and Gravity Forms has had its initial release.

The plugin provides an easy way to connect your EmailOctopus account with Gravity Forms.

For full documentation, follow this link: EmailOctopus for Gravity Forms.

You can download Connect EmailOctopus and Gravity Forms from the WordPress plugin directory.

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Event Tracking for Gravity Forms 2.3.5 Released

By Ronald Huereca | November 15, 2018

Event Tracking for Gravity Forms has 2.3.5 has been released.

This release adds pagination overrides in the form’s settings. See the screenshot below:

As you can see from the above screenshot, you can override pagination events per form, which allows a lot of flexibility should you have multiple paginated forms.… Continue Reading...

Event Tracking for Gravity Forms 2.3.2 Released

By Ronald Huereca | November 7, 2018

Event Tracking for Gravity Forms 2.3.2 has been released.

This release removed some session checks for Matomo, which was likely causing errors with the integration.

The session checks were also removed from Google Analytics Mode and Tag Manager mode.

While I was at it, I tested the plugin with WordPress 5.0 Beta 3, and Gravity Forms 2.4 Beta 2 so you can be assured the plugin will work in the future.… Continue Reading...

Easy Updates Manager Premium Overview

By Ronald Huereca | November 5, 2018

Easy Updates Manager Premium was a long time in the making. It has numerous new features compared to the free version.

As a contractor of UpdraftPlus, I have decided to do my own review of the plugin. I’m a bit biased, as I worked on both the free and premium versions of Easy Updates Manager, but I thought an overview of the new features would benefit the reader.… Continue Reading...

Simple Comment Editing 2.2.1 Released

By Ronald Huereca | October 21, 2018

Simple Comment Editing 2.2.1 was released with a wrapper for the separator. It came from a forum request to hide the timer.

If you’re looking to hide the timer yourself, you can just add this CSS to your customizer.

You can download Simple Comment Editing from the WordPress plugin directory

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