CRED plugin provides an API, making it easy to customize your post or user forms. The API includes hooks (actions and filters) to accomplish specific tasks using PHP code. When you ask for help or report issues, make sure to tell us all related information about your form and what you want to achieve.
|Create new posts from template posts||3||7 hours, 38 minutes ago|
|Using Toolset Hooks||2||8 hours, 25 minutes ago|
|Cred post form email notification translation issue||2||12 hours, 55 minutes ago|
|Forms||2||14 hours, 30 minutes ago|
|Validate Unique Email for Custom Field Value||2||4 days, 15 hours ago|
|Problem with Auto-login after Submitting a User CRED Registration form||3||4 days, 19 hours ago|
|extra field buddypress||2||4 days, 19 hours ago|
|those reviews not showing "automatically" respectively after publishing the review on the tour||2||5 days, 15 hours ago|
| Automatically set parent post ID in new child post Form using output from a View|
Problem: I would like to automatically select the parent post in a new child post Form. I have a View that returns the correct parent post ID, so I would like to use that View in the Form shortcode but it does not seem to be working correctly.
Solution: It is not possible to set the parent post ID using an attribute in the cred_form shortcode, only in the parent post cred_field shortcode. You have the following options:
1. In the URL of the page containing the New House Form, add the correct parent post ID in a URL parameter. Use the urlparam attribute in the parent post cred_field shortcode to supply the name of the corresponding URL parameter. Example where the URL parameter is areaid:
[cred_field email@example.com' urlparam='areaid' class='form-control' output='bootstrap' select_text='--- not set ---']
2. Set the parent post ID in the value attribute on the parent post cred_field shortcode. Example where the parent post ID is 1234:
[cred_field firstname.lastname@example.org' value='1234' class='form-control' output='bootstrap' select_text='--- not set ---']
|2||6 days, 10 hours ago|
| I just need to do some design stuff|
on each tour post, and showing only those related review posts.
The reference field is based on one-to-many relationship, so in a single "cycling-tour" post, you can create a post view:
- Query reviews posts
- Filter by post relationship between "cycling-tour" and "reviews", the relationship name is same as your custom reference field.
- In view's loop, display the "reviews" post information
|2||6 days, 19 hours ago|
|Adding style in the head tag of the emailer sent||2||1 week ago|
| I’m also having trouble editing content templates|
I'm also having trouble editing content templates because even though they work, the shortcodes are not visible
Upgrade Toolset Blocks plugin to the latest version 1.2, and test again, you can download it here:
|2||1 week, 5 days ago|
|Altering Custom Fields Slightly Without Creating A Whole New Custom Field||2||1 week, 6 days ago|
|Cred if no product featured image selected set one automatically||2||2 weeks, 1 day ago|
|Filed type on front end form||2||2 weeks, 2 days ago|