Support » Plugin: Form Manager » [Plugin: WordPress Form Manager] Custom Submission Behavior Plugin

  • Resolved McKlintock


    You’ve packed a lot of great and useful features into your Form Manager plugin, I am thoroughly impressed. I noticed on your website that you have a “custom submission behavior” plugin. This looks intriguing to me and I have some ideas to put it to use. Can you give me any more documentation on this besides what you have in the comments of the file? Is this plugin active on all forms or can you select which forms run the custom actions?

    Among other things, I am trying to make a form that will take submitted data and create a WP user with that information. Should this be possible with your extra plugin?



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  • Plugin Author hoffcamp


    I just updated the custom submission plugin example on my site (the link is here). The example outputs some debug information about the form and the submitted data, which will show up at the top of the page. The code is also a good example of how to access the information about the submitted form, and the submission data itself.

    For your case you would either check the form ID or the form slug to determine which form was submitted. Note that this action is only run after a successful submission, so if a file upload or reCAPTCHA fails, the code is not run.

    This sounds very interesting !
    I also would like some custom code based on the submitted data.


    You can download it from the developer’s website, look under the Add-ons heading here:

    Or download it directly here:

    Hi Campbell,
    is there a way to disable submit button during the submission process?
    However it should return enabled if mandatory fields test fails.

    any suggestions?

    thankyou very much.

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