How to display the seller business/company name at PayPal

When using our WordPress plugins that features PayPal integration, like the CP Contact Form with PayPal, Calculated Fields Form, Appointment Booking calendar, etc… the seller business name appears on the top of the PayPal payment page when the customer reaches to that page (after clicking the submit button in the contact/reservation form). Note however that … [Read more…]

Identify and fix a plugin conflict in WordPress

Not all the WordPress plugins and themes are well implemented following the WordPress guidelines, for that reason the conflicts between plugins are very frequent. Is enough with having a plugin not properly implemented to cause issues with many of other well implemented plugins. The first step to deal with these issues is to identify the … [Read more…]

Emails not sent from a WordPress plugin, what to do?

If the emails are not being sent from a WordPress plugin then try first using a “from” email address that belongs to your website domain, this is the most common restriction applied in most hosting services. If that doesn’t work please check if your hosting service requires some specific configuration to send emails from PHP/WordPress … [Read more…]

Tips for displaying the forms, created with the Calculated Fields Form plugin, with table structure in dependent fields

The forms created with the “Calculated Fields Form” plugin can be displayed with table structure in two different ways: Assigning the special classes names: column2, column3, or column4, to two, three or four consecutive fields in the form to display them side by side. Tip: The classes names are assigned to a field through the attribute: “Add … [Read more…]

Calculated Fields Form and PayPal

The versions Pro and Developer of the “Calculated Fields Form” plugin allows to integrate the forms with PayPal Standard as payment gateway for charging to the users a quote calculated through the form. The plugin includes a section, in the forms settings, with many options for using the payment gateway in your project. Below are … [Read more…]

Filtering the information in the DS controls, with URL’s parameters

We’ve published an update of “Calculated Fields Form” plugin, Developer version (v 5.0.59), that includes the feature for filtering the data to prepopulate the “DS” Controls, with javascript’s variables. The “DS” Controls, are represented with the letters “DS” in their names, and their data is pre-populated from external data sources (like databases, posts data, taxonomies, … [Read more…]

How to create a new template to use with my forms?

The “Caculated Fields Form” plugin includes multiple predefined templates to be used in the forms. The template is selected from the “Form Settings” tab, in the toolbar of the form builder, but can occur that the predefined templates are not sufficient to create a form with the look and feel you want. The template’s module … [Read more…]

How to store the data sent on a different database? (Calculated Fields Form – Developer version)

The Developers version of the “Calculated Fields Form” plugin, allows storing the data submitted in a database different to the own plugin database. To use this feature are required some basic skills, because should be edited the “cp_calculatedfieldsf_insert_in_database.php” file included in the code of plugin. This file is a mockup to integrate the plugin with … [Read more…]