How to Present Radio Fields & Checkboxes As Buttons in Gravity Forms

When building a form, it is important to minimize friction for the end-user. Visual design elements are an important consideration toward this end. This brief tutorial will walk you through styling Gravity Form radio fields and checkboxes in order to present a clean user interface on your form. Step 1: Set Field Class Step 2: … Read more

Goodbye, Todoist. Hello, TickTick.

One year ago, after being a satisfied Todoist user for over four years, I made the difficult decision to switch to a new project/task management system. TickTick has more comprehensive features on their free plan, and provides a cleaner, more intuitive, and more versatile environment for managing projects, tasks, and subtasks. Thankfully, I was able … Read more

How to Control Your WordPress Admin Email Verification Notice

If you oversee a network of WordPress sites, you should take note of the admin email verification introduced in WordPress 5.3. How does it work and how can we customize it for our specific needs? We’ll take a look in this post. You’ll now be periodically asked to confirm that your admin email address is … Read more

Show Field(s) Across Multiple Pages of Gravity Form

In this post we will learn how to persist fields across all pages of a multi-page Gravity Form. By adding special classes, we will allow our selected field(s) to be pinned to the form by either prepending or appending them to the other fields presented on each page. I first created this snippet in order … Read more

Capture Post Content in a Gravity Form Field

In this post we will learn how to grab a portion of the content from a WordPress post containing a Gravity Form and send it into a field of that form, so that this content can be recorded with the submission and repurposed for confirmations, notifications, and any generated PDFs. Step 1: Add a Receiving … Read more

How to Set Your WordPress Recovery Mode Email

Anyone who oversees a network of WordPress sites will want to take special note of the PHP Error Protection introduced in WordPress 5.2. This administrator-focused update will let you safely fix or manage fatal errors without requiring developer time. It features better handling of the so-called “white screen of death,” and a way to enter … Read more