The "gform_sanitize_confirmation_message" filter in Gravity Forms is used to sanitize the complete confirmation message just before outputting to the page.
This filter is used to enable/disable the shortcode preview within the Add Form button.
This filter can be used to prevent scripts and stylesheets being printed when GFCommon::gform_do_shortcode() processes form shortcodes located in various form settings and confirmations after headers have been sent.
Use this filter to add custom stylesheets to the print entry screen.
Use this filter to specify styles to be enqueued on Gravity Forms preview pages.
When Gravity Forms is running with no-conflict mode enabled, it prevents any unknown styles to be enqueued in the form editor page.
When Gravity Forms is running with no-conflict mode enabled, it prevents any unknown scripts to be enqueued in the form editor page. Use this filter to "register" your script with Gravity Forms, making sure it gets enqueued in the form editor page when no-conflict mode is enabled.
This filter is executed during form load. When set to true, the form init scripts are loaded in the footer of the site, instead of the default location of which is in the page body immediately after the form.
This filter can be used to dynamically add/remove CSS classes to a field.