WordPress Plugin: Stop Gravity Forms From Disappearing

Stop Gravity Forms From Disappearing is a simple plugin for ensuring that Gravity Forms never disappear.

The plugin solves the problem of Gravity Forms just not displaying on your page.

It's a common issue with Gravity Forms: all is configured, everything is ready, the form published... but it doesn't appear on the page. It's just blank.

Note that this issue is most likely caused in case your used theme or another plugin is causing a JavaScript error, and the best way to resolve this issue is to fix the JavaScript errors. (See the comments below to see what Gravity Form's suggestion is to fix the issue.)

Stop Gravity Forms From Disappearing forces the form to be displayed.

The installation and use is very straightforward. You should:

1. Upload the folder 'stop-gravity-forms-from-disappearing' to the '/wp-content/plugins/' directory
2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress

If you have any suggestions, please let us know! You can contact us via http://wpsos.io/.

2 thoughts on “WordPress Plugin: Stop Gravity Forms From Disappearing

  1. Richard

    This plugin is not fixing the issue.

    Because the form uses conditional logic it has an inline style of display:none applied, if the page where the form is embedded has any JavaScript issues they can prevent the Gravity Forms scripts from running, and when those scripts can't run the inline display:none style can't be removed. If the form is also using pricing fields, calculations or AJAX those features will not work either.

    The correct way to resolve this issue is to fix the JavaScript errors. To do that we first recommend running through a full theme/plugin conflict test to narrow down the cause: https://www.gravityhelp.com/documentation/article/testing-for-a-themeplugin-conflict/

    Once you have narrowed down the cause of the JavaScript errors you can then contact the developer of that theme or plugin so they can fix the issue in their product.

    1. Miina S

      Hey Richard,

      Thank you for the informative comment.

      As you said - if there are any JavaScript issues they can prevent the Gravity Forms' scripts from running and the "display:none" can't be removed. We agree that the best way to fix this is to remove any JavaScript errors.

      We're going to add this information to our plugin information file as well.

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