If you do not check the Enable AJAX checkbox when inserting a GravityForm into a page, the form will always generate an Invalid token id error.
Also, none of the fields are error checked. If you leave all credit card fields empty the plugin generates the same Invalid token id error, but does not return any error checking telling you to populate the empty fields.
Hi Adam, yes this is correct. Right now, I'm hooking into the Gravity Forms AJAX to do all the Stripe stuff.
I'll add getting it to work without AJAX to the list of enhancements but don't see this as a high priority over subscriptions. Unless you'd like to convince me otherwise :-)
Not sure if this is the same, but with AJAX enabled, Internet Explorer 8 will not redirect when clicking the submit button.
The data goes through, but remains on the same page. Clicking submit over and over submits the info over and over.
In Safari and Chrome, works fine. In IE without AJAX, it works fine, except for not being able to enter cc info (invalid token).
Thanks for reporting, @michelangelo33 - the IE bug has been moved to issue #8
Fix Stripe JS to work without AJAX'. Close #6