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[Resolved] Testimonial submission form

  • Hello Jeff,

    I found what seems to be a bug related to the testimonial submission form.

    I have displayed the form on a page using the shortcode [hms_testimonials_form] however, when visitor (logged or not logged) visit the page fills in data and press the “Submit Testimonial” button – nothing happens, the page is just reloaded with filled data.

    I’ve checked no entry in database exist, have tried this with two different browsers, Chrome and Firefox.

    Version of WordPress 3.5.1 and 3.6

    Regards.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/hms-testimonials/

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  • Plugin Author Jeff K

    @kreitje

    Thanks. I am looking into this.

    I personally don’t use the network setup so that part hasn’t received a whole lot of testing on my part.

    I am assuming no error messages were displayed to you?
    Are you using reCaptcha?
    Do you have any custom fields defined?

    Plugin Author Jeff K

    @kreitje

    I have tested this and it seems to be working for me. Do you happen to have this on a publicly accessible page so I can try it?

    Jeff,

    Please try here, http://www.zloko.com/?page_id=19 it is not on network setup.

    No custom fields and no reCaptcha.

    Plugin Author Jeff K

    @kreitje

    “Your testimonial has been submitted.”

    Can you see if it’s in there.

    Jeff,

    My sincere apologies for having submitted this as a bug.

    Yes, I have received your submission and it works, however I found what i did wrong. When I entered website URL, I have excluded “http://” which I believe is unnecessary and due to my tiredness haven’t saw the error message (not in red) telling me “Please enter a valid URL.” 🙂

    I just fear other visitors could have the same issue when filling in their website URL.

    Plugin Author Jeff K

    @kreitje

    Thanks for getting back to me.

    I have adjusted it so if a URL scheme (http://, https://, etc) is not submitted it will prepend http:// to the address entered and therefore be valid.

    As far as the error message not being in red, I try not to dictate design. The error messages are wrapped in a div with a class hms_testimonial_errors which allows you to set the color, padding, etc.

    Jeff

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