Happy Halloween! 🎃
Here is a spooky 👻 reason to celebrate: a new version of VFB Pro has just been released and it includes some improvements to the email. Sorry, no candy 🍬 this time!
As a developer, it's always exciting when a seemingly minor update brings about major improvements, bug fixes, and new additions/updates to a project. This version of VFB Pro is no exception.
Version 3.4.1 of VFB Pro introduces new integration with Google reCAPTCHA v3 otherwise known as Invisible reCAPTCHA. Several of you have been asking about this since it came out of beta and I'm happy to announce that VFB Pro now includes this option. Those of you who wish to continue using Google reCAPTCHA v2 are free to do so by selecting the version you want to use in the VFB Pro > Settings page.
In addition to the above change, many improvements have been fixed in this version. There's too many to list all of them, so I suggest heading over to the Release Notes and checking them out yourself!
VFB Pro 3.4 has been released and is available now.
This update brings quite a few updates, but one I'm excited to introduce is the new Help page which includes a search field for looking through our Knowledge Base in your WordPress dashboard. We hope this makes it even easier to find answers and tutorials for using VFB Pro.
This update also addresses a few feature requests and some minor bugs. View the Release Notes and be sure to check your WordPress dashboard for the latest update.
Check your WordPress dashboard for the latest updates.
Here's another quick tip for you VFB Pro users who are trying to get that perfect layout for your form.
Do you wish your Text or Select field was sized a little differently? By default, it's set to expand to the full width of the container where you embed the form. With a single setting, you can set this field to one of 12 different sizes.
The Layout Columns option is a powerful setting that controls the size of each field and can be utilized to be complex form layouts. However, it also controls how wide the field is going to be. If you set the field to a size of 1, it will be the smallest it can go. A size of 6 is going to be half the size of your form, while a size of 12 is going to be the widest.
Here's a Quick Tip for all you VFB Pro users out there who have lots of radio or checkbox options.
VFB Pro has the ability to arrange your checkbox or radio options into various layouts. By default, it displays them in a single column.
If you like, you can use the "Options Columns" setting to change how many options are displayed in a single column.
This is a great option for radio or checkboxes that have a lot of options. The best part is that there is no special CSS or code you need to write to get your forms looking like that!