WordPress Google Form v0.46 beta 7 available

I’ve updated the beta version of WordPress Google Form v0.46 yet again to beta-7 and made it available for download from this site. This beta update adds a new settings on the plugin settings page to control the timout value for the WordPress HTTP API. Increasing the timeout appears to help with very large Google Spreadsheets.

Download the beta release and please let me know if you run into any issues.

Google Forms Beta (231 downloads)

WordPress Google Form v0.46 beta 5 available

I’ve updated the beta version of WordPress Google Form v0.46 to beta-5 and made it available for download from this site. This beta update addresses an issue where content is floating to the wrong location. The addition of column support using jQuery Columnizer plugin injects several DIVs to wrap the column content and the DIVs which contain the columns are floated either left (default) or right. I have added some additional jQuery code to clear the floats at the end of the Google Form.

Download the beta release and please let me know if you run into any issues.

Google Forms Beta (231 downloads)

WordPress Google Form v0.46-beta-4 now available

I’ve update the beta version of WordPress Google Form v0.46 to beta-4 and made it available for download from this site. This beta update addresses a bug when the plugin is activated.

Download the beta release and please let me know if you run into any issues.

Google Forms Beta (231 downloads)

WordPress Google Form v.046-beta-3 available

This morning I made WordPress Google Form v0.46-beta-3 available for download from this site. I have not posted this version to the WordPress plugin repository as it still needs some testing.  This beta release includes new checking to try and detect when the form data wasn’t actually posted to Google and if detected, will suppress the confirmation page (if used) so the Google error will not be missed by the user.

Download the beta release and please let me know if you run into any issues.

Google Forms Beta (231 downloads)

WordPress Google Form v0.46-beta-2 available

This evening I posted the beta-2 version of WordPress Google Form v0.46 for download from this site. I have not posted this version to the WordPress plugin repository as it needs some testing.  This is a pretty significant change as beta-2 includes the new WordPress Google Form custom post type plus all of the features included in the last beta release.

Download the beta release and please let me know if you run into any issues.

Google Forms Beta (231 downloads)

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 (231 downloads)

Early build of wp-SwimTeam v1.31 now available

This afternoon I posted an early build of wp-SwimTeam v1.31.  You can download and manually install it if you want to try it.  This build completes the work for exporting the roster to Hy-tek Team Manager.  All of the swimmer and parent fields that can be logically mapped into the Team Manager Athlete profile have been mapped.  I was even able to map some of the Swimmer Optional fields (if they’re used) as Hy-tek Team Manager supports importing up to three custom fields.

Download:  [download#14]

If you run into any problems, please let me know.  I’d like to release this update in the next day or so.

wp-SwimTeam v1.22.823 beta now available

I have made an early release of wp-SwimTeam v1.22 available for download.  This new version introduces the ability to export a Meet Entries file in SDIF format.  I touched a lot of code as I worked on this feature and fixed a bunch of bugs as well as some nits which have always bothered me.  This version also adds checking on the various actions to ensure that when a selection is required, one has been made.

Download:  [download#14]

Please give it a shot and let me know if you run into any issues.

wp-SwimTeam and WordPress Multi-Site

I’ve had a couple requests to support WordPress multi-site installations with wp-SwimTeam.  The Tab Model and Form Processor I use require some URL manipulation to work correctly and my original implementation works fine for “normal” installations but breaks when installed in a sub-directory which is pretty common with WordPress multi-site.  I’ve put off fixing in favor of other things but recently did some work on another project which got me thinking about the URL problem.

After getting the Event Module done I decided to take a look at fixing the URL problem and found it wasn’t too hard to fix.  The bigger problem was how pervasive my broken solution was!  I think I have found every place which required a fix.  Before I release an update I’d really like someone to try it with multi-site and give me some feedback.

[download#14#image]

wpGForm v0.11 beta

I am currently running a beta version of wpGForm v0.11 here on my site.  The big change for this version if the support for multi-page Google Forms.  You can see how they work using my Sample Multi-Page Google Form.

I am looking for some people to test this version and provide feedback.  If you can check it out and provide some feedback I’d really appreciate it.  There are quite a few changes in this version due to the rearchitecture required to support multi-page forms.  There shouldn’t be any changes to what is actually rendered for the user.

This version also fixes the confirmation page bug that has been present when a custom confirmation page wasn’t specified.  The behavior of the custom confirmation page is slightly different too in this version.

[download#7]