Contact Form 7 version 5.8.3 is now available. This minor update release includes a couple of improvements.
Support of the inert-on-(status) classes
inert HTML attribute makes the element and its descendants inert. This means you can’t click or focus on them. This also means that when the inert element is a form control, you can’t select it or change its field value. However, unlike the cases where the form control is
disabled, the browser submits inert field values to the server.
Contact Form 7 5.8.3 introduces support for the
inert-on-(status) HTML classes. The
(status) part is a variable which is filled by one of the predefined form statuses such as
submitting. On a status change, Contact Form 7’s front-end script will set the
inert attribute on elements that have the
inert-on-(the new status) class. Therefore, when the form status changes to
sent, for example, the elements with the
inert-on-sent class will become inert.
Requires: WordPress 6.2 or higher
Tested up to: WordPress 6.4.1
- New DOM event:
- Adds support for the
You can browse the full list of changes on GitHub.