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[Plugin: WordPress Form Manager] How to customize the submission data on a single post.

  • enderpal444
    Member

    @enderpal444

    I’ve been reading through the f.a.q. and I’m not seeing where it explains how to customize the data that is displays on a single post. I actually only want to call the data to single post template myself. For instance I allow file uploads of videos and I need to add the url of the file upload to a script so I can play it. And I want to call the title in a special place and nowhere else and exclude all these things like user IP address, and timestamp. Is there a tutorial for that because what I saw just looked like how top customize the data shown in the summary for the admin.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-form-manager/

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  • enderpal444
    Member

    @enderpal444

    Ok from what I understand I’m suppose to use the summary-multi to setup the layout of how the data is submitted into the post. So I’ve basically erased all the for a custom template. I found a function to get a value but it isn’t working in my single.php.

    <?php fm_summary_get_item_value('song-mp3'); ?>
    (And if this is the value for a file upload is it just suppose to return the url of the file because that’s all I need)

    Also maybe I’m completely missing this but how do you allow the user to enter their own title for the post?

    [ Don’t bump, that’s not permitted here. ]

    Plugin Author hoffcamp
    Member

    @hoffcamp

    If you want the user to make their own post titles, first give the field for the post title a nickname, like ‘user-post-title’. Then go to the ‘Advanced’ tab, then under ‘Publish Submitted Data’ there is a field for the post title. Put in a shortcode to grab the user entry:
    [item user-post-title]

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