Question: How do I change the background of a field based on another field’s value? Example, if Num field = 1 then change the other field’s background to red? Michael Thomas, Formidable slack community member Answer: This is best handled by jQuery so you can see the result in real time. Essentially what you need [Read More…]
Tips & Tricks
This Mastermind tip is contributed by Rob Levine (@RobL) from the Formidable Slack Community. Thank you Rob! Rob was experiencing a caching issue when programmatically adding an option to a checkbox. In the Slack community’s General channel, he posted: …I’m using a filter to update the Formidable fields table (frm_fields). I’m manually adding an option [Read More…]
To disable the display of inbox messages, use this code snippet to keep the inbox empty: View the code on Gist. To completely remove the inbox from the Formidable menu, use this snippet: View the code on Gist.
Create Post Form Action When you upgrade to any Formidable Pro license, you’ll receive a new form action for creating WordPress posts from a form entry. It’s a delightful addition to your tool set that provides great opportunities for enhancing your site and user experience. As you learn to use the new form action, you [Read More…]
If you examine the generated HTML for a Formidable toggle field, you’d see that a toggle field is simply a single value checkbox in disguise. Normally, the toggle field defaults to its inactive state. To default a toggle field to its active state, simply set the fields default value to the same value as the [Read More…]
When you drag and drop a field onto a form, two pieces of data to identify the field in code are created. The first, the field’s ID is created by MySQL using an auto increment field. This is a standard methodology used throughout WordPress. WordPress creates an ID for every single data element added to [Read More…]