Support » Plugin: Form Manager » [Plugin: WordPress Form Manager] Form doesn`t save after adding an element?

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  • Plugin Author hoffcamp

    (@hoffcamp)

    There have been a few people that have reported that problem. Unfortunately I can’t get the problem to show up on my end. My guess it is has to do with the javascript. What browser and version are you using?

    Sugar Apple

    (@blacklizt)

    i`m using mozilla firefox 4.0.1

    Plugin Author hoffcamp

    (@hoffcamp)

    That shouldn’t be causing the problems then… I may have figured it out though, so when I post 1.4.9 that may fix it.

    Sugar Apple

    (@blacklizt)

    ok, thanks for your support. good luck

    by the way, how about display the data into public?

    Plugin Author hoffcamp

    (@hoffcamp)

    I can probably do that. What are you thinking exactly?

    Sugar Apple

    (@blacklizt)

    few days ago, i made a form for a public petition. so i want anyone to see what they are submitted, until know i`m using CSV version and parse using PHP to display.

    Plugin Author hoffcamp

    (@hoffcamp)

    Ok I see what you are thinking. Does the newest version fix your save issue?

    Sugar Apple

    (@blacklizt)

    yeah. works great.
    by the way, could you make like http://snsdtoindonesia.co.cc/petition/ ?
    with <fieldset> also break into pages every 20 submitted form?

    Plugin Author hoffcamp

    (@hoffcamp)

    Version 1.4.16 lets you display the submitted data with the ‘formdata’ shortcode. I will be putting an article in the FAQ, but basically it works as follows:

    [formdata (form slug)]

    You can also add options, like if you want to show 10 items per page, do:

    [formdata (form slug) dataperpage=10]

    Or, if you want to sort the results by something other than the timestamp, for example by an item with the nickname ‘item-1’:

    [formdata (form slug) orderby=”item-1″]

    You can also make the list sorted in ascending, rather than descending order:

    [formdata (form slug) order=ASC]

    If you have a particular template you would like to use, other than the default summary, and the template’s filename is ‘my-custom-template.php’:

    [formdata (form slug) template=’my-custom-template’]

    Of course, you use as many of the above options as you want:

    [formdata (form slug) dataperpage=10 orderby=”text-1″ order=ASC template=”my-custom-template”]

    Hopefully that explains it. Also, thanks for the suggestion, I think this feature is a really great idea.

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