Version: v5

gfpdf_gf_noconflict_scripts

Description

When Gravity Forms is in No-Conflict mode, along with enqueuing JS using wp_enqueue_script() you also need to specifically register scripts so they are loaded on Gravity Forms pages.

We've ensured any enqueued scripts with a handle beginning with "gfpdf_js" are automatically registered, but you may need to register other WordPress scripts. This filter allows you to easily register a WordPress JS handler, so it's included on No Conflict Gravity Form pages.

Parameters

$items | array

  • The list of JS handlers currently being registered with Gravity Form's No-Conflict mode.
  • By default, any JS handler beginning with "gfpdf_js", and already enqueued, are registered on Gravity Forms pages. The following WordPress scripts are also registered on Gravity PDF pages:
$default_scripts = array(
'editor',
'word-count',
'quicktags',
'wpdialogs-popup',
'media-upload',
'wplink',
'backbone',
'underscore',
'media-editor',
'media-models',
'media-views',
'plupload',
'plupload-flash',
'plupload-html4',
'plupload-html5',
'plupload-silverlight',
'wp-plupload',
'gform_placeholder',
'jquery-ui-autocomplete',
'thickbox',
);

Usage

This example will register two core WordPress JS files with Gravity Forms No-Conflict mode.

add_filter( 'gfpdf_gf_noconflict_scripts', function( $items ) {
/**
* Register the jQuery Effects Core and jQuery Effects Fade JS with
* Gravity Forms No-Conflict Mode.
*
* Note: You still need to call wp_enqueue_script( 'jquery-effects-core' );
*/
$items[] = 'jquery-effects-core';
$items[] = 'jquery-effects-fade';
return $items;
} );

Source Code

This filter is located in the Router::auto_noconflict_scripts() method of /src/bootstrap.php.

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