GravityView  1.22.6
The best, easiest way to display Gravity Forms entries on your website.
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textarea.php File Reference

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Namespaces

 GravityView
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Variables

 $allowed_html = apply_filters( 'gravityview/fields/textarea/allowed_kses', 'post' )
 
 $gravityview_view = GravityView_View::getInstance()
 
 $value = wp_kses( $value, $allowed_html )
 
if(!empty( $field_settings['trim_words'])) if(!empty( $field_settings['make_clickable'])) if (! empty($field_settings[ 'new_window']))
 

Variable Documentation

◆ $allowed_html

$allowed_html = apply_filters( 'gravityview/fields/textarea/allowed_kses', 'post' )
Runs Filter:
gravityview/fields/textarea/allowed_kses Allow the following HTML tags and strip everything else.
Since
1.21.5.1
See also
$allowedposttags global in kses.php for an example of the format for passing an array of allowed tags and atts
wp_kses_allowed_html() For allowed contexts
Parameters
array | string$allowed_htmlContext string (allowed strings are post, strip, data, entities, or the name of a field filter such as pre_user_description) or allowed tags array (see above). [Default: 'post']

Definition at line 27 of file textarea.php.

◆ $gravityview_view

$gravityview_view = GravityView_View::getInstance()

Definition at line 11 of file textarea.php.

◆ $value

$value = wp_kses( $value, $allowed_html )

Definition at line 29 of file textarea.php.

◆ if

if (!empty($field_settings[ 'trim_words'])) if (!empty($field_settings[ 'make_clickable'])) if(! empty( $field_settings['new_window']))

Definition at line 49 of file textarea.php.