Gravity Forms


Use Gravity Forms to submit custom post types

In my previous post I explained how I used the Types plugin to create a new custom post type. That custom post type will be used to display a table of supported themes for my WordPress SEO plugin, and is therefor called wpseo-theme. Now the trick here is that I want users to be able…

Questions and Answers

Last sunday evening I started taking questions on my Facebook page, and I promised to answer them in a blog post here, so here we go: If I have just made changes to my WP site, does it help to toggle the cache plugin? Absolutely. My SEO plugin force refreshes the cache because otherwise people…

(Collaboratively) Translating Yoast Plugins

I’ve been bugged for over 2 years now by people who wanted me to make it possible to translate my plugins into their language. Only a few of my plugins so far have had proper internationalization options, mostly due to me being lazy busy with other stuff. This is now changing, rapidly, though! Last friday…

Gravity Forms (Widget) update

I haven’t talked half as much about Gravity Forms as I should. It’s still my number one lifesaving plugin, and in the latest release they’ve done loads and loads of cool things. One of the things I’ve been meaning to show off is the MailChimp integration. My newsletter is sent out with MailChimp and they’ve…

Gravity Forms Widget + Extra’s

I’ve been blogging about Gravity Forms before, and I still think it’s one of the best plugins to have been released this year, if not all time. In recent releases they’ve been adding and adding and adding incredible new features, showing that you really do want to buy the plugin and get all their updates.…

Gravity Forms on Press This

Last night, Carl Hancock of Gravity Forms was my guest on the 3rd episode of Press This. We discussed what this awesome new plugin does, how they went about developing it and a whole lot more. If you’re interested, listen to the show, or read the transcript. I wanted to talk a bit more about…