This plugin introduces a template engine to WordPress for the creation of form inputs.
|Author:||Thomas J Belknap (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.0|
|WordPress version tested:||4.8.2|
|Added to WordPress repository:||17-10-2017|
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- Upload the easy-inputs directory to your site’s /wp-content/plugins directory
Include the easy-inputs.php file into your project with the below code:
require_once plugin_dir_path(FILE) . ‘../easy-inputs/easy-inputs.php’;
// You could either declare your object a global or include it into your
// plugin theme’s classes as necessary. Here, we declare a global:
// Instantiate EasyInputs, providing the two required settings:
$ei = new EasyInputs([
‘name’ => ‘easy-inputs-example’,
‘type’ => ‘setting’
Please see the example plugin contained in the easy-inputs directory for further example code. Detailed notes can be found on the Github page for this plugin
I don’t see any way to activate this plugin. Why is that?
This is not a “plugin” in the traditional sense. It is for developers who want a toolbox with which to develop forms and inputs for WordPress administrative uses. THIS IS NOT FOR NOVICE OR NON-DEVELOPER USE!
Is this plugin like Gravity Forms?
NO! This plugin is designed for developers to speed the development of new WordPress projects and while it can do front-end forms, it is not a substitute for other plugins better designed for end users. DO NOT USE THIS PLUGIN UNLESS YOU UNDERSTAND PHP!
First release to the WordPress Plugins Directory