WordPress Google Form v0.46-beta available

This afternoon I made a beta version of WordPress Google Form v0.46 available for download from this site. I have not posted this version to the WordPress plugin repository yet as I’d like to get some additional testing done on it before doing so.

There are a could of significant new features and a few bug fixes in this version.

  1. Columns!  You can now have your form rendered in columns.  To have a two column form, add the attribute columns=’2′ to your short code.
  2. When enabled, the simple math CAPTCHA will now appear above the Submit button instead of below it.
  3. Some minor CSS updates to support the new column feature.

Download the beta release and please let me know if you run into any issues.  You can see an example of multi-column support on my Multi-Column Test Bed Form.

Google Forms Beta (157 downloads)

6 thoughts on “WordPress Google Form v0.46-beta available

  1. Hi Mike,
    Cihat here. I downloaded beta as soon as I realized. But I’ve made some changes in core.php and css. Should I omit replacing them?

    • You’ve made changes to the wpgform-core.php and gforms.css files?

      There is no reason to change the CSS file at all – there is a setting field to allow to customize the CSS so it will take precedence over anything in the supplied CSS file. What did you change in the wpgform-core.php file and why? You can’t selectively update pieces of the plugin – you need to install everything for it to work correctly. I am not sure exactly which files changed but I know for certain that both the wpgform-core.php and gforms.css files changed and both had pretty substantial changes to them.

  2. For the ones who copy-paste, the attribute should be columns=’2′, not columns=’2′

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