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It’s So Easy …

WuPhooey lets you see your entries and add a form to your blog all inside of WordPress. Simply click on the WuPhooey icon while editing a post and choose the form you want in the dropdown. Done.


  • Lightweight
  • Easy to add forms to posts
  • See your entries inside of WordPress


  1. Unzip into the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Enter your information on the settings page in WuPhooey > Settings
  4. Create a new page in WordPress and choose your form from the WuPhooey button dropdown


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All bloggers are required to have akismet installed in their blogs.

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Contributors & Developers

“WuPhooey” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • The first version


  • Removed a feature that tried to rebuild a Wufoo Form. (Bad idea)


  • A lot of changes trying to meet the Wufoo Third party Rules.
  • Fixed problems with the WuPhooey button in the WP editor.
  • Updated the help page.


  • Changed the title for the WP editor buttons.
  • Started working on a new feature for 1.3


  • Added a feature that shows how many entries have been submitted each day.


  • Fixed a typo and removed an unused help page.


  • Added options to customize the WuPhooey embed form tag.

e.g Using Wufoo Forms in Fixed Height Containers

[WuPhooey id="ID" autoResize="false" height="514"]


  • Added a form for for feature requests.


  • Sped up the WP Editor button for WuPhooey.


  • Fixed a bug with the WuPhooey button in the WP Editor.
  • Added a new help section for cacheing.
  • Removed the total entries count on the forms page.


  • Added paging to the entries page

  • Styled the paging links to show the current page.