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Gravity PDF 4.1 makes managing PDF templates a whole lot easier with the new Advanced Template Manager!

You can view, search, install and delete PDFs right from the UI. Other highlighted features include the new PDF Merge Tags and four column support in our core PDF templates. This release also includes a number of changes to allow developers to greatly enhance custom PDF templates – from installation actions, new API endpoints and filters / actions. A handful of bugs are also fixed.


Managing PDF Templates in WordPress

Managing PDF templates just became a breeze with our new Advanced Template Manager. Based on the WordPress Theme Manager, you can easily search through your installed templates, see what a PDF might look like and view supported features – all without a page reload! We’ve added the ability to install PDFs via a zip file and easily delete them, too.


Gravity PDF Merge Tags

The gravitypdf shortcode is an excellent way to display a PDF download link on your website. But sometimes it’s more useful to display the raw PDF URL, and that’s where the new PDF merge tag {Title:pdf:ID} comes in.

The PDF Merge Tag will be automatically converted to a URL if the PDF is active and the PDF conditional logic has been met. The new merge tag is automatically included in Gravity Forms merge tag selector and can be used anywhere Gravity Forms allows other merge tags (provided the entry has been created).


Four Column Support added to Core PDF Templates!

This four-column CSS code has become increasingly popular for Gravity Forms users and so we have added full support for these classes in Gravity PDF (make sure to include the custom CSS with your theme).

To start using in your PDF, add the classes gf_first_quarter, gf_second_quarter, gf_third_quarter and gf_fourth_quarter to your Gravity Form fields and support PDF templates will automatically create a four column layout to match.


This release also includes a number of changes to allow developers to greatly enhance custom PDF templates – from installation actions, new API endpoints and filters / actions. A handful of bugs are also fixed. Refer to the changelog for the full list of updates.


Upgrading to Gravity PDF 4.1

Gravity PDF 4.1 is available via automatic updates. You can also download the 4.1 zip package from WordPress.org directly and install using the upload or FTP method as described in our documentation.


Help and Support

If you run into any problems with Gravity PDF 4.1 please submit a support ticket via our website and one of our friendly staff will be happy to assist. If you’re a developer and find a bug you can report it directly on GitHub.

Published by Jake Jackson

Jake Jackson is the head developer at Gravity PDF. Along with developing the plugin, he uses his expertise to provide support and technical information to Gravity PDF users.

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