We have been asked often for this integration recently so it is the next in line to be added.
This is as soon as Ninja Forms integration is finalized (currently in process).
With that said, you can however add the Ziggeo fields into the form as is now through the “Custom HTML” field that is available on free and paid version.
If you need help adding the HTML code to your form I suggest reaching out to our support email: email@example.com since any of my colleagues can help you with this, while only I see and reply here 🙂
Hope this helps 🙂
Awesome. I can do the code, I just wanted to make sure I could associate the correct videos with form entries later on 🙂
Awesome, so few suggestions when adding the code. You can use “input-bind” parameter to say where the token should be added to. This is possible if the input field (for example hidden input field named “video token”) has always the same ID.
* I have not yet checked the Fluent Forms enough to know if this is the case or not (that ID is always same for same field).
This could look like so in your recorder:
<ziggeorecorder ziggeo-theme=”cube” ziggeo-themecolor=”green” ziggeo-input-bind=”some_id”></ziggeorecorder>
That would be it really, this would be easiest way to get the video token. You can of course extend this further with events, etc.
Hope this helps as well.
Oh and please note that by default video will not be tagged with any info that would associate the video itself with the form details. This is possible, however would require a bit of JS codes.
Just wanted to let you know that we have made the integration into Fluent Form. You can get your code for it here: https://github.com/Ziggeo/ziggeo-wp-video-for-fluent-forms
Please note that for now we will not be uploading it to WordPress repository. We are looking to have several people letting us know that they would like the plugin to be in WordPress repository to move it there.
This would allow us to push out the integrations out and help our customers as well as to keep WordPress team happy as we post addons that our customers show interest in keeping in WordPress.
Our core plugin does include Addons page that we will build up upon at which point it would be the place where you will have the option of marking the ones you use and wish to have on WordPress 🙂
Hope this helps and please do let us know how it goes 🙂
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