Insert The Prospect Farmer forms (www.theprospectfarmer.com) in pages and posts to capture prospects for your business.
|Author:||The Prospect Farmer (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.3|
|WordPress version tested:||4.4.27|
|Added to WordPress repository:||17-04-2015|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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The Prospect Farmer plugin was developed to make extremely easy to insert forms to capture prospects in your pages and posts.
- Create “form shortcodes” easily and use them within WordPress posts and pages
- Use any name for the created form shortcode (ex:
- Visual editor for adding The Prospect Farmer script.
- Global tinyMCE button available in the editing toolbar for inserting created shortcodes.
- Globally disable the shortcode when not needed.
- Can disable the shortcode, showing it to admins.
An example usage
- Create a form in the The Prospect Farmer App.
- Paste the script code in the box given and save it.
[tpf:yourformname]in your posts and pages.
- The form will shown in the posts and pages where you use it.
The Prospect Farmer admin page with some shortcode created.
Using the shortcode in a post.
Output of the shortcode (The shortcode gets replaced with the form).
Insert shotcodes easily into editor using the TinyMCE post editor button.
I’ve created a shortcode, how to use it?
For example, consider you made a shortcode “myform”. Then you should use the shortcode
[tpf name=myform] in your post.
How to temporarily disable a shortcode?
Just check the “Temporarily disable this shortcode” in the shortcode admin page to disable it.
Note: When you disable a shortcode, the shortcode will not be executed in the page.
- Tested to be compatible with WordPress 4.4.1
- Change the format of the shortcode from [tpf: shortcodename] to [tpf name=shortcodename] to be compatible with the new versions of WordPress
- Initial Version.