Pagelines version 2.3
pagerun, in DMS & Legacy Products
What is the level of compatibility and integration of PageLines DMS 2 with the Gravity Forms WordPress plugin? Also any hints on styling would be greatly welcomed.
*I've tried it on my demo site and it didn't look great
Hi I need to add a simple optin form on the landing page on the right of the slider. I want to have a background graphic. I was able to add the image background to the column, but adding the short code in the text box nested in the column did not work for Firefox, but seems to work in Chrome http://buff.ly/1ktuPpP
How would I add a small opt in form to the right of my slider. I do have Gravity forms but wondering how to add the short code to the landing page of DMS. thanks
Hey guys, I've got this one page where I've placed a simple Gravity form — and the footer has this strange gap that doesn't show on the page.
It's an iframe. With no content. Which I have no clue how it got there.
HOWEVER... when I removed the form from the page, the gap (and the iframe) disappeared.
Is there anything in DMS that would cause this? I'll check with the folks at GravityForms to see if they have any clue.
Note that the rest of the pages are fine.
I have several Gravity Forms forms on our site. The ones that use conditional logic do not appear in Chrome if I am logged in as the admin. They do appear in Firefox when logged in and when not logged. This makes me wonder if there is something in the Chrome-based DMS editor that is causing the problem. Has anyone else experienced this?
I recently purchased the GravityForms plugin and the advanced Signature add-on. Bought it exclusively because a client needs signatures on a form.
Well I have a form on a test page in a simple TextBox in the template section. The form displays and works BUT NOT the Signature field! Am communicating w/their support and they see errors on the page:
It has this in the Pagelines Textbox section and nothing else:
[gravityform id=2 title=false description=false ajax=true] Thanks for taking a look