Support » Plugin: Collapse-O-Matic » [Plugin: jQuery Collapse-O-Matic] Collapse-o-matic and Contact Form 7 – incompatible?

  • Resolved circey


    I’m trying to use c-o-m in a Contact Form 7 form. I have used the shortcodes, but the shortcodes display in the page as [expand title="Title Here"] and [/expand].

    The jquery is definitely being loaded and I’ve tested the shortcodes in another page, which create the collapse div correctly, so I am assuming that the two plugins do not play together.

    Is this correct?


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  • Nevermind. I worked it out. Using classes & id, I got it working as follows:

    <span class="collapseomatic" id="id8000" title="1. Select your version">1. Select your website style</span>
    <div id="target-id8000" class="collapseomatic_content " style="display:none">
    [radio radio-525 use_label_element id:style-one "One" "Two" "Three" "Four" ]


    I know this has resolved on it BUT…

    I am trying to use this within Contact Form 7 as well.. I am not much at a coder but I see you have figured the issue out.

    I see your code above, but not sure what to do with it and if that is all that I would need to do. Any help wold be greatly appreciated…

    I am newbie to both these plugins, but I got collapse-o-matic to work with contact form 7. When I first added collapse-o-matic code, it wasn’t collapsing, but when I came back to it a few days ago, it worked. Must be a caching issue.

    Anyway here is how I did it. It’s in a widget with no other code other than shown below.

    <div style="font-size:18px;">Sign up for my monthly newsletter</div>
    [expand title="trigger text"]
    [contact-form-7 id="11" title="Contact form 1"]

    I hope that helps.

    Thanks skippywp.. I used the code from circey and worked great.. but decided not to use it in the form.. but have it on file if I change my mind.. thanks again.

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