Inside my plugin, I have this line:

if (class_exists("GFForms")) { //...

Based on my debug logs, class_exists("GFForms") returns false on a new client’s site.
It worked on a few other sites just fine.

Gravity forms plugin (which is supposed to contain GFForms class) is installed and activated.

Gravity forms version is 2.2.1.

What could be causing this problem on a new client’s website? (which has Multi-site installed if that makes any difference; my plugin is network-activated by the way)

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