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WordPress, Gravity Forms, and GDPR Compliance
If you're on this page, you've probably heard about GDPR compliance, but aren't quite sure how your forms or WordPress site in general.
License RenewalsHow do I renew my license?With the exception of some legacy licenses, all licenses will automatically renew.
Legacy License FAQ
GeneralWhat Is A Legacy License?“Legacy license” refers to the Gravity Forms license types we had in place prior to September 2017, called “Personal”, “Business” and “Developer”.
Custom Logging Statements
While Gravity Forms and its add-ons include numerous logging statements sometimes you may need to add more. For example, standard logging statements don't include the evaluation of conditional logic rules or field validation failures.
Logging and Debugging
For quite a while, enabling logging within Gravity Forms has been a go-to method for debugging any issues within Gravity Forms.
Checking Your Environment Details
As of Gravity Forms 2.2, it's possible to see full details on your hosting environment from directly within Gravity Forms.
Forcing Gravity Forms Database Upgrades
If you're having issues upgrading the Gravity Forms database after an update, this can sometimes be due to a failed database modification.
Creating Multi-Page Forms
If you have a form with quite a few fields, it can sometimes become a bit daunting for someone filling out the form. Many times, the form can be simplified by spanning it across several pages.
Does Gravity Forms Support WooCommerce?
This is a question that comes up quite often. The short answer is that you can embed the Gravity Forms shortcode anywhere within your WordPress site, independently from other plugins such as WooCommerce.
URL Validation In Gravity Forms
Within Gravity Forms, URL validation methods exist to heighten security as well as avoid possible bugs. In this article, we will explain how URL validation works in Gravity Forms, and how to manipulate it.