• Hello

    For webmaster read and write in the database is so important, but I just find pluggin, for newsletter, then no data base save, or I find pluggin who save in the database, but we need payement version to read the data and show them

    I’m very surprise that it’s so complicate to find this kind of pluggin for free,

    I know that formmaker plugin do it, but we have to pay for full acces
    I know that contact form 7 + flamingo do it, but same it’s not full

    create a form, read it, show it, Is probably the most basic and important thing in WEB2 so i’m shute that wordpress pluggin have it. but how and where ?

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  • Hello. 🙂

    I appreciate your desire for a free plugin to show the input from your form on your website. As of now, I don’t believe any exist.

    Form plugins are built to email the information to the site owner. To display that information on a website takes hundreds of lines of code and hard earned years of experience as a developer.

    However, one of the great things about an open source platform is that at any time someone like you looking for a free tool like this can build it and release it for free on the WordPress.org Plugin repository. It’s a great way to give back and create a product for others to use.

    If you don’t want to create your own plug in or use one of the paid options available, you could hire a developer for a short term contract to do it for you.

    Best of luck!

    Thread Starter laurentvoanh


    Thanks for your aswer who validate my surprise.
    Then I know now !

    I’m an old school open source cyber punk
    I start with a MO5 TO77
    I never imagine a single second to pay for a wordpress pluggin
    I use it since the beggining and I don’t even know the procedure to buy it
    And stay like this happy like a peace and love, baba cool, cyber punk dude !

    Best regard

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