A few weeks ago Kevin and I discussed me taking one day a week as a day to focus primarily on new development. I split my time between new development, bug fixes, and high level support, so the schedule gets crowded. A day to focus on new development without distraction seemed like a good way to assure that we are moving forward with product development. There will always be more bug fixes (maybe not, in theory, but life is not theory), so I personally need to set aside time dedicated to certain tasks.
Archives for June 2015
Ninja Forms offers two premium extensions for creating posts on form submission. Front End Posting and Front End Editor both contain this functionality (note: The two extensions cannot be activated at the same time, as Front End Editor contains Front End Posting).
When a post is created from a submission, the ID of that created post is saved as a form setting in the `$ninja_forms_processing` global variable. This value is available during the ninja_forms_post_processing hook:
Within the post and page post types, Ninja Forms adds a meta box for appending a Ninja Form to that post/page. This can be very useful. For example, it would make sense to add a form to a landing page as a call-to-action. Being that the form itself is not the content, the form can be dynamically added to the end of the landing page using the Append A Ninja Form feature. We achieve this by registering a meta box to the Post and Page post types.
Many have been predicting the demise of email for years, and yet it’s still the number one tool at your disposal for marketing to your customers or leads. But how do you get those folks that are reading your website or interacting with you via social channels to sign up for your mailing list? This session will explore best practices surrounding email address acquisition, and we’ll talk about the most effective ways to convince your followers to sign up.
Talk about this session online using the hashtag #wcn15listgrowth