Is there any way (API or otherwise) to create a way for a user to mass delete posts they have? Select all or select multiple, then "delete".
I have a multisite WordPress install, which brings some maintenance frustrations that a typical one would not have: All emails I have triggered from a form submission must be individually managed (body, subject, etc), which requires goin into each once and manually doing any tweaks needed. As each of my (growing number of) subsites have 4 forms that would be needing this, well...my fingers hurt thinking about any changes to them in the future. I would like to just manage the email body, subject, and from email info in shortcodes I can place in the appropriate fields. Would save some much time and frustration. Is this possible? I know they put a stop to 3rd party shortcode usage natively.
I have a page with a form and DataTable (datatables.js) under it showing the submitted info. for the life of me, I am unable to have the table refresh after the form submit, though. Neither of the recommended "$('MYTABLE').DataTable().ajax.reload();" or "$('MYTABLE').DataTable().rows.add();", are working. Has anyone managed to refresh the table without a full page refresh? I'd like to allow the user to make multiple submissions quickly and see the rows added right away. Thanks
Looking for a way to have a user be able to select multiple entries in a view listing, then delete those selected. Currently I can only do this one at a time. Ideas? Thanks
I have a multisite install, and would like to use FP as a way to collect support tickets or requests from my users. I currently have the users only on the front-end, with all content management done that way. No user will have access tot eh back end. I mention this only if it has bearing on a solution. I am not able to embed a form created on my main site, in my users' subsites, which is my problem. Does anyone have an idea how this can be accomplished? There are other options out there, but all require back-end access for the user. Thanks
I have a lookup field on Form A. which is populated by Form B, but sometimes the user will want to add a new entry to the Form B options while staying on Form A. Is there a simple way to "Add New Option" or something, without requiring the user to leave Form A? I know Form A can pass option to Form B after the submission, but it's an odd user flow to do that sometimes. Thanks