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[Resolved] Notifications of uploads from Frontend Uploader

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  • Plugin Author Rinat Khaziev

    @rinatkhaziev

    Are you familiar with WordPress filters? If yes, there’s a fu_after_upload filter

    Here’s a sample to place in your functions.php (not tested)

    add_action( 'fu_after_upload',  'my_notify_fu_after_upload' );
    
    function my_notify_fu_after_upload( $attachment_ids ) {
        wp_mail( 'admin@example.com', 'new upload', 'somebody uploaded a new file, please moderate' );
    }

    Depending on your PHP skills you can craft the message as you like.

    Thanks!

    I’m not familiar with WordPress filters or have that good PHP skills but succeeded in setting up the notifications e-mail 🙂

    Great plugin and awesome support Rinat!!

    Btw, is it possible to change the required message “This field is required.” I can’t find it in any of the files and have the rest of the form translated.

    Plugin Author Rinat Khaziev

    @rinatkhaziev

    You’re welcome,

    “This field is required” comes from jquery.validate plugin:

    Take a look at ./lib/js/frontend-uploader.js, there’s a call for validation plugin, refer to documentation at http://bassistance.de/jquery-plugins/jquery-plugin-validation/ .
    You will need to dequeue bundled frontend-uploader.js with
    wp_dequeue_script( 'frontend-uploader' ); and then enqueue your custom script.

    I’m marking this topic as resolved since the original issue is resolved.

    Oh, that’s too advanced for me.

    Thanks for resolving my notification issue!

    Plugin Author Rinat Khaziev

    @rinatkhaziev

    There’s nothing too serious, just read the documentation.

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