Cascade Select and Radio Fields
Cascading select and radio fields allows you to create choices that change based on a previous selection.
Change Required Fields to Show Small Text
WS Form uses the ‘<span>*</span>‘ to indicate required fields. You can change this to anything you would like, such as small text. To do this: Click the settings icon in the top toolbar when editing a form. The form settings sidebar will then appear on the right-hand side of the page. Click the ‘Advanced’ tab....
Create Random Values
WS Form has two functions that can be used to create random numbers and string.
Dynamically Populate Select, Checkbox and Radio Fields
You can use WS Form functions to dynamically populate select, checkbox or radio fields. Example Code Here is example code for changing the dropdown options of a select field with ID 321 in form ID 123. This example also changes the label of the select field. You would put this code in your themes functions.php...
Populate a Field with Query String Data
It is possible to populate a field with the value of a query string parameter using the WS Form variable. To do this: Click the field settings icon to open up the settings sidebar. We recommend using a text field or hidden field for this purpose but you can use it on any field type that...
Populate a Form with Post Data
It is possible to pre-populate a form with WordPress post data using the Post Management add-on. The data could be from a page, post or any other custom post type registered in your theme. To do this: Install and activate the Post Management add-on. Click the form settings icon in the top toolbar. Click on the...
Populate a Form with User Data
It is possible to pre-populate a form with WordPress user data with the User Management add-on. This is useful for creating an ‘Edit Profile’ form. To do this: Install and activate the User Management add-on. Click the form settings icon in the top toolbar when editing a form. Click on the ‘Populate’ tab. Check the...
Process Submit Data with a WordPress Hook
You can use the ‘Run WordPress Hook’ action in combination with some simple code to intercept submission data and use it in your own PHP scripts.
Transfer License to Another Domain Name
To transfer your license key to a different domain name: Login to wsform.com Click ‘Account’ (Top right) Click ‘Purchase History’ Click ‘View Licenses’ Click ‘Manage Sites’ Click ‘Deactivate’ to remove the old domain name You can now activate your license key on the new domain name in WordPress: Click ‘WS Form’ from the WordPress administration menu...