Crowdsignal Forms 1.2.1

Does Crowdsignal Forms work with WordPress 5.5.3 and PHP 7.4.8? A smoke test was performed on .

Summary

Errors
No PHP errors, warnings or notices
No JavaScript exceptions
All test pages loaded successfully
No resource errors
Looks good! No problems were detected.
Performance

Memory usage: 71.23 KiB
The average PHP memory usage increased by this amount after activating by the plugin.

Page speed impact: 0.044 seconds
The average page load time increased by this amount after activating the plugin.

Environment
WordPress version5.5.3
PHP version7.4.8
MySQL version8.0.21
PHP memory limit256M
Plugin Info
Last updated
Active installs 100,000+
WordPress.org page https://wordpress.org/plugins/crowdsignal-forms/
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Pages 4

Getting Started ‹ Test site — WordPress

Page screenshot: Getting Started ‹ Test site — WordPress
URL /wp-admin/admin.php?page=crowdsignal-forms-setup
Requested URL /wp-admin/plugins.php?action=activate&plugin=crowdsignal-forms%2Fcrowdsignal-forms.php&plugin_status=all&paged=1&s&_wpnonce=842999b8a6
Aspect after-activation
HTTP status 200
Load time 0.625 s
Memory usage 2.74 MiB
JS errors None
Resource errors None

Crowdsignal

Page screenshot: Crowdsignal
URL /wp-admin/admin.php?page=crowdsignal-forms-settings
Aspect menu-item
HTTP status 200
Load time 0.177 s
Memory usage 2.67 MiB
JS errors None
Resource errors None

Crowdsignal → Getting Started

Page screenshot: Crowdsignal → Getting Started
URL /wp-admin/admin.php?page=crowdsignal-forms-setup
Aspect menu-item
HTTP status 200
Load time 0.178 s
Memory usage 2.67 MiB
JS errors None
Resource errors None

Test site – Just another WordPress site

Page screenshot: Test site – Just another WordPress site
URL /
Aspect front-page
HTTP status 200
Load time 0.249 s
Memory usage 2.61 MiB
JS errors None
Resource errors None

Benchmark

URL Load time Memory usage
Inactive Active Change Inactive Active Change
/wp-admin/index.php0.542 s0.364 s-0.178 s2.75 MiB2.81 MiB+ 57.48 KiB
/wp-admin/edit.php0.258 s0.252 s-0.006 s2.8 MiB2.86 MiB+ 62.67 KiB
/wp-admin/post-new.php1.539 s2.052 s+0.513 s4.55 MiB4.68 MiB+ 135.63 KiB
/wp-admin/upload.php0.516 s0.431 s-0.085 s2.63 MiB2.68 MiB+ 56.04 KiB
/wp-admin/options-writing.php0.184 s0.188 s+0.004 s2.64 MiB2.67 MiB+ 24.02 KiB
/wp-admin/media-new.php0.227 s0.208 s-0.019 s2.6 MiB2.66 MiB+ 56.21 KiB
/wp-admin/edit-tags.php?taxonomy=category0.219 s0.208 s-0.011 s2.64 MiB2.7 MiB+ 57.12 KiB
/wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=page1.478 s1.758 s+0.280 s4.53 MiB4.66 MiB+ 129.74 KiB
/wp-admin/options-discussion.php0.316 s0.318 s+0.002 s2.61 MiB2.66 MiB+ 56.84 KiB
/wp-admin/edit-comments.php0.224 s0.254 s+0.030 s2.65 MiB2.74 MiB+ 98.1 KiB
/0.300 s0.252 s-0.048 s2.56 MiB2.61 MiB+ 49.71 KiB
Average 0.528 s0.571 s+0.044 s3 MiB3.07 MiB+ 71.23 KiB

Additions

Things that the plugin adds to the site. This section is not intended to be comprehensive. The test tool only looks for a few specific types of added content.

Options wp_options 2

PHP Error Log

The log file is empty.

See also: All tests for this plugin, How to Hide the "Crowdsignal" Admin Menu