Category: GravityCalendar

Gravity Forms includes “Date” and “Time” fields, which are perfect for capturing event information. But what if you want to display that information on the front end of your website?

GravityCalendar is an add-on for Gravity Forms that allows you to display your entries on a beautiful calendar. Here you’ll learn about configuring new calendar feeds, editing event dates and times from the front end, and how to restrict events based on conditional logic.

New Release – Gravity Forms Calendar 1.5

Feature image that says new release Gravity Forms Calendar 1.5

We’re excited to announce a major update to our Gravity Forms Calendar plugin. This update sees several improvements, including better compatibility with Gravity Forms 2.5 and the addition of AJAX-powered dynamic events loading. For a detailed overview of Gravity Forms Calendar, click here. What Does This Mean? By default, the… Read more

Gravity Forms Calendar 1.4 Released

Gravity Forms Calendar 1.4

Gravity Forms is close to releasing a shiny new user interface in Version 2.5. We’re excited about the changes and have updated our Gravity Forms Calendar plugin to be fully compatible with the upcoming beta. In addition, we made a bunch of fixes and improvements under the hood to ensure… Read more