We recently had one of our fantastic customers reach out and ask if it was possible to use image choices to vertically list the radio options and have text description next to them. We’ve never tried this before and figured it could be a neat idea if it worked! So here’s how we did it!Read More
Minor bug fixes and feature add-ins to our popular plugins Bulk Actions & Image Choices – Update now! We’ve made a few tweaks and bug fixes to our most popular plugins which we think you’ll love. The biggest, of course, is the ability to now edit admin labels within Bulk Actions Pro.Read More
Gone are the days of dull, boring and static looking forms. One of JetSloth’s missions is to make forms great again.
Good looking, easy to use forms should be a delight to use and complete. That’s why we’ve developed add-on plugins to help you clean up your Gravity Forms. Let’s look at how far you can take JetSloth’s Image Choices addon for Gravity Forms, with a little design skill, and some heavy custom CSS, the results speak for themselves.Read More
High converting forms are like magical unicorns, once you’ve got one or figured out how to get one, you never want to let go.
Good converting forms can do anything like selling products, capturing emails, generate leads and growing businesses. Let’s have a look at how you can use Collapsible sections and Image Choices to help increase usability and conversion of your Gravity Forms.Read More
The team at JetSloth are super excited to introduce our soon to be released Gravity Forms plugin. The new Gravity Forms Collapsible Field groups plugin allows you to add collapsable accordion to groups of fields using the standard Gravity Forms section field.
The section field acts as a start and finishes for the group of fields you want to combine in once easy to use collapsible accordion. Works great on long existing forms or even new ones. Just install the plugin and group your fields using the section field. Pretty simple.Read More
So it’s probably a high chance that you’ve received or are receiving a large number of automatic form submission to your site from your contact or enquiry forms. Nothing new here, we’ve all seen it.
Gravity forms have some nifty settings to help get around these spam emails, like turning on the ‘honey pot’ feature in the Gravity Forms setting page.
However, there’s another barrier or simple line of defence you can easily put in place to help beef up your spam avoidance. (more…)Read More