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Gravity Forms CSS Ready Class Selector

Current version 1.1
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This plugin is an add-on for the amazing Gravity Forms Plugin.
Check out my other free Add-ons for Gravity Forms

Compatible with Gravity Forms v1.7.2

Requires at least v1.5 of Gravity Forms

“Ready Classes” were introduced in Gravity Forms 1.5. Using these new classes, you can easily create more advanced alternative layouts for the fields in your forms. Excellent idea, however, the problem is you always need to remember what the exact class name is. Now with the CSS Ready class selector, you don’t need to remember. Simply click on a button to lauch the popup and choose the class you want to add from the list.

features

  • Convenient button added under the advanced tab next to the “CSS Class Name” field
  • Clean and simple popup that lists all the “Ready Classes”
  • Add more than one “Ready Class”
  • Double click a “Ready Class” to add it and auto-close the popup

Download

Latest version: Download Gravity Forms CSS Ready Class Selector v1.1 [zip]

Installation

  1. Upload the plugin folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ folder
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Make sure you also have Gravity Forms 1.5 activated.

FAQ

Q. Does this plugin rely on anything?
A. Yes, you need to install the Gravity Forms Plugin for this plugin to work. And it needs to be at leat v1.5

Changelog

1.0

  • Initial Relase. First version.

1.1

  • Fixed bug where classes were not being updated.
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askjayson
askjayson

Hey Brad, doesn't seem to work with latest version of GF 1.7.2

jtstanish
jtstanish

I got your email showing the pop-up screen, but the button still does not work for me.

I disabled my pop-up blocker but the button still does not work.

I don't mean to be a bother, but I would really like to use your plugin.

Joe

2013-2-24

jtstanish
jtstanish

I installed CSS Ready Class Selector an the button appears but does not respond to a click event.

It appears that my installation did not work.

Any suggestions?

gwexler
gwexler

If I add an additional class, will it automatically populate within the controls provided by your plugin?  For example, lets say that I want 4 column of 5 column that currently does not exist.

stermie
stermie

 @askjayson I concur. I've used it before but haven't used it recently. Just installed on one of my sites and the button is showing up but when you click on it nothing happens. Seems to be an issue with newest Gravity Forms?

themergency
themergency moderator

 @stermie  @askjayson thanks for letting me know guys - I will work on a fix as soon as I can

themergency
themergency moderator

 @stermie  @askjayson I have uploaded v1.1 which fixes the issue in v1.7.2 http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/gravity-forms-css-ready-selector/