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Highlight and Share 2.4.0 Released With Customizer Support

By Ronald Huereca / September 2, 2018

Highlight and Share 2.4.0 has been released, which adds itself to the customizer for live previews of how it looks on the front-end.

You can now customize the plugin using the built-in WordPress customizer.

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Event Tracking for Gravity Forms 2.2.2 Released – Now Supports gtag

By Ronald Huereca / August 28, 2018

Event Tracking for Gravity Forms 2.2.2 has been released and adds gtag support.

What is gtag?

Now you may be wondering what gtag is. According to the official gtag documentation, gtag is:

The global site tag (gtag.js) is a JavaScript tagging framework and API that allows you to send event data to Google Analytics, Google Ads, and Google Marketing Platform.

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Highlight and Share 2.3.5 Released

By Ronald Huereca / August 27, 2018

Highlight and Share 2.3.5 has been released, with an emphasis over over-hauling the email icon action. It used to pop up in a pop-up and wasn’t compatible with some themes. I took (stole) some goodies from Jetpack and now emails can be sent inline.… Continue Reading...

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Highlight and Share 2.3.0 Released

By Ronald Huereca / August 19, 2018

Highlight and Share 2.3.0 has been released, along with some custom goodies such as theme selection and the ability to override Font Awesome classes (useful for FontAwesome 5).

New Themes

Previously you had to add your own CSS in the customizer to customize the output.… Continue Reading...

Event Tracking for Gravity Forms 2.2.0 Released

By Ronald Huereca / August 19, 2018

Event Tracking for Gravity Forms 2.2.0 has been released. This release concentrated on sending event values after form submission.

Details are in the YouTube video below:

Changelog:

  • Released 2018-08-19
  • Bug fix: Non-integer values being sent to Google Analytics weren’t tracking as conversions
  • Enhancement: Event values are now sent using the Measurement Protocol, Google Tag Manager, Matamo, and Google Analytics
  • Enhancement: Can now set event values to pagination using filters
  • Note: Google only accepts integer values, so total fields and such will be rounded up or down when viewing your conversion reports
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