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I am trying to customize some gravity forms behavior. Therefore I've tried to hook into gforms from my theme. Unfortunately the form object is always NULL. Why is that the case?

Example code:

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add_action('gform_confirmation', 'myCustom_gform_confirmation');
function myCustom_gform_confirmation($confirmation, $form) {
    var_dump($confirmation);
    var_dump($form);
    die();
}

2)
add_action('gform_after_submission', 'myCustom_gform_after_submission');
function myCustom_gform_after_submission($entry, $form) {
    var_dump($entry);
    var_dump($form);
    die();
}

closed as off-topic by Johannes Pille, birgire, mrwweb, Pieter Goosen, Nicolai Sep 5 '14 at 11:16

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By default, the add_action function is only going to pass 1 parameter, but you can define how many do you have / need

$accepted_args (int) (optional) The number of arguments the hooked function accepts. In WordPress 1.5.1+, hooked functions can take extra arguments that are set when the matching do_action() or apply_filters() call is run.

So change your code to this:

add_action('gform_confirmation', 'myCustom_gform_confirmation', 10, 4);
  • Yikes. That is a shame :( Even more so: Many thanks :) – SunnyRed Apr 14 '14 at 9:29

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