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In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I are joined by Jeff Matson who writes and maintains documentation for Rocketgenius. Matson tells us how he became involved with WordPress and the community. We learn how he’s transitioned from working in an office everyday to an office being optional. (more…)

It’s been awhile since I’ve seen an upgrade notice for Gravity Forms but alas, 1.5 is here. This new version incorporates a ton of new features and enhancements. Among the new features are: Multi-Page Forms – Using the new Page Break field you now have the ability split longer forms (more…)

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Jake and I chatted with three commercial plugin authors. Two of which are in the middle of maintaining a successful business while the third was just getting started. The panel members consisted of Carl Hancock of Rocketgenius, Jonathan Davis of the Shopp e Commerce (more…)

GravityForms just scored a deluge of new fans thanks to their FreshBooks Add-On available for those who own developer licenses. This add on integrates seamlessly with the FreshBooks service making it easy to use data from forms to create FreshBooks clients, invoices and estimates. WordPress consultants have to love that. (more…)

About a week ago, GravityForms version 1.3 was released to paying customers. This new version includes a number of additional features such as: Email Notification Routing – Now you can set up notifications to route to different email addresses based on rules that you define. Use one form to route (more…)

The voting results are in for the craziest WordPress upgrade story game I hosted before I left for vacation. Donnacha took a commanding lead and finds himself with a single license copy of GravityForms courtesy of WPTavern for winning the game. I thought the Kanye West internet meme was over (more…)

Before I left for vacation, I announced a little game where the winner would receive a copy of GravityForms. In order to play the game, readers had to submit their craziest upgrade story in the comments. We received quite a few crazy stories during the week, some of which still (more…)

I had so much fun on Twitter the other day coming up with bizarre methods of upgrading WordPress that I have decided to host a giveaway. Here is how it works. You come up with the craziest, funniest story of how WordPress could be upgraded. I’ll take what I consider (more…)