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Sometimes, you want to give the user the ability to select from a list if things that are in the database, rather than a fixed set of options as defined in the field definition. This will require some simple PHP along with a database query, but once you get the idea, a lot of other […]

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The Field Group Tabs add-on adds tabs to the single record display, record and signup forms when you add the tabs=true attribute to the shortcode. What that does is select a default tabbed template for the form, and loads the necessary javascript and CSS to show the tabs. To use a custom template with the Field Group […]

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Setting up a custom validation method is relatively easy if you’ve got some PHP skills. If you’re familiar with using WordPress filters, then you’ve got the basic knowledge you need to set this up. If you’re not sure what WordPress filters are and how to use them, there is a good intro article that should […]

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A not-uncommon scenario in a form is the case of City/State selectors. If the user chooses a state, it would be nice to let them choose the city without seeing cities from other states. This same principle can apply to many situations where the value of one selector is used to limit the selections available […]

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Sometimes it’s necessary to create a custom form element to handle a specific need for a UI element in a Participants Database form. The means for doing that have been set up in the plugin, you’ll  definitely need some coding skills to get this done, so this post will only briefly cover the basic steps […]

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A few months ago, I wrote a tutorial on how to automatically send an email when a record is updated. I’ve gotten several requests for something very similar: how to send an email to a person who has signed up, but ONLY after their submission has been approved. This is a good way to avoid […]