What does this plugin do?
- automatically uploads files before the form is submitted – making the final form submission load quicker
- provides two ways of uploading files – a single ‘Ajax Upload’ field and in the repeatable ‘List’ field
- display image thumbnails
- send attachments via email
- download attachments in bulk via the entry editor
- add images to WordPress Media Library
- automatic image size reducing and compression
- ‘chunked’ file uploads – making large files easier to upload to the server (some servers will timeout or don’t support large file uploads)
- compatible with the Gravity PDF plugin
Includes an easy to use settings page that allows you to configure:
- maximum file size, in megabytes (MB)
- allowed file types, by file extension
- configure the Gravity Forms upload directory path in an easy to use settings
- allows upload directory path to include form ID, hashed form ID, user ID, hashed user ID, year and month
- image size reduction, in px
- JPEG image quality
- add to WordPress Media Library (optional)
- add attachments to notification emails (zip file attachment)
- view a list of attachments and download in a ZIP from the backend entry editor
- and more !
See a demo of this plugin at demo.itsupportguides.com/ajax-upload-for-gravity-forms/
How to I use the plugin?
Simply install and activate the plugin – no configuration required.
Open your Gravity Form, and either add the ‘Ajax Upload’ field to your form, or a ‘List’ field and use the tick boxes to make a column an upload field.
To configure the plugin, go to the Gravity Forms -> Settings -> Ajax Upload menu.