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Safe Signup Form

Safe Signup Form is a WordPress Plugin that will forward a form submission to an email address, while preventing most automated attacks.

Q. I can't get the form to send me an email.

A. The form should pick up the default admin email associated with your install of WordPress. To change it go to the Safe Signup Form options page under Settings in the WordPress Admin tool (you may need to log in as "admin"). You can then change the "forwarding email" value.

Since the forwarding email is generated by a script it may be blocked by your email server or filtered as junk mail by your email program. Check any spam or junk mail folders at the local and server level.

Q. Can I automatically forward an email confirmation to the user?

A. Not yet. I did not include automatic email confirmation because of the security implications -- it allows a form to become a conduit for spamming third party addresses. The HashCash technology stops most robotic spam attacks, but human spammers could take advantage. I may add email confirmation as a option to a future version.

Q. Can I add additional fields?

A. The only way to add fields is to directly edit the plug-in PHP. If you know HTML and a little PHP this isn't too difficult.

There are three places in the code where a new form field is defined or processed. First, in the ddfs_install() function its validation rule should be entered in the $options['error-rules'] array. Second, also in the ddfs_install() function, its label, if any, should be entered in the $options['forward-labels'] array. Finally, in the ddfs_form_display() function, the form markup must be entered in the $form array where the key matches that entered in ddfs_install().

Q. How do I change the appearance of the labels, fields and messages?

A. You can create the formatting you want by editing the "Custom Styles" option at the bottom of the Secure Form - Signup page. The default CSS is:

div.ddf label { padding-right: 0.5em; }
p.intro { font-style: italic; }
p.error { color: #ff0000; }
p.success { font-weight: bold; }

To stack labels over the fields, change div.ddf label to:

div.ddf label { display: block; }

To align fields to the right of the labels, you can try something like:

div.ddf label { display: block; float: left; width: 12em; }

Experiment with CSS and you should be able to get the format you like.

Requires: 2.0.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 2012-2-4
Downloads: 8,602

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