First, the available HTML tags in the “Text To Show” area has increased to include image tags and all other tags allowed by wp_kses_post (
address, a, abbr, acronym, area, article, aside, b, big, blockquote, br, button, caption, cite, code, col, del, dd, details, div, dl, dt, em, fieldset, figure, figcaption, font, footer, form, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, header, hgroup, hr, i, img, ins, kbd, label, legend, li, map, nav, p, pre, q, s, span, section, small, strike, strong, sub, summary, sup, table, tbody, td, textarea, tfoot, th, thead, title, tr, tt, u, ul, ol, var).
This is perfect for users who offer a free eBook in return for a sign-up by allowing you to include a picture of the eBook or those who want to put a more personal touch on their widget showing your snazzy headshot.
Second, the HTML tags allowed in the hidden fields area has increased. In addition to the previously allowed
label are allowed. The intended use case for this is for users who have additional form fields that are unique to their situation, such as MailChimp groups. This would allow them to not only add in checkboxes (previously allowed) but
div tags needed for styling.
Additionally, the number of translated languages increased quite a bit, though the translations aren’t solid. Since Genesis 1.8.2. included most of the text strings, I added in those translations to the plugin. If you’re a polyglot and could improve the translations, please drop me a note below.
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