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post title in result mail
November 18, 2007
9:36 pm
fibe
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[desc]:

I am using cforms as an order form for a very basic online shop. People can pick an object (actually a post) and directly order that item from the post's single.php page.

What I want is for the post title to appear in te e-mail I get. I tried with {Permalink} variable and T-A-F enabled, but that didn't work either.

Is there a way to get some post variables passed through to the e-mail? It would actually be nice to know the post name, get the permalink and some other post related variables.

Thanx in advance! 

November 19, 2007
6:05 pm
Oliver
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Outside of either T-A-F or the "WP Comment" feature context, the only post related variable is {Page} which references the page it form is one.

If you still would like to use these variables: 

  • {Permalink}
  • {Title}
  • {Excerpt}

…you need to go into cforms.php and comment out the below lines {~1356}:

// if (get_option 'cforms'.$no.'_tellafriend')>0 ){
[..]
// }

  

November 19, 2007
8:12 pm
fibe
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Thanks for your quick response!

I commented out this part:

/*if ( get_option('cforms'.$no.'_tellafriend')>0 ){… … get_permalink($_GET['pid']) : get_permalink() ) . '"/>'; } */      

But still this is what I get in the Admin e-mail:

a form has been submitted on November 19, 2007, via: :: [IP IP.IP.IP.IP]

while this is the source message:

<p style="background:#fafafa; text-align:center; font:10px arial">a form has been submitted on {Date}, via: {Permalink}::{Title} [IP {IP}]</p> 

 

Any idea what I'm doing wrong? 

 

November 19, 2007
8:38 pm
Oliver
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Are you sure you've saved your changes, I'm asking since the form (using the above link) still does not show the additional two fields:

<input type="hidden" name="comment_post_ID" id="comment_post_ID"…
<input type="hidden" name="cforms_pl’.$no.’" id="cforms_pl’.$no.’" …

EDIT: Sorry, I should have been clearer: you do need the two lines in-between!

November 20, 2007
10:39 am
fibe
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Yes, that did it!

¡Muchos gracias!

November 30, 2007
2:06 am
dave
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Hi Oliver and fife 

For what it's worth, the ability to pass through post-related variables (without needing to activate t.a.f.) seems pretty useful. 

I've just installed cforms (v6.2) on a local WP test install (2.3.1 – running on a MAMP setup on MacOSX 10.4.11). Similar situation to above, the site consists primarily of product pages (except in this case they are pages, not posts) with a request for quotation form. Passing through the current page title rather than getting the user to re-enter the product name (when they're obviously on that product page) is preferable.

I attempted to use {page}, but that only passed through the root of the wordpress install ('/wordpress/') rather than the page title or url. I am using permalinks. Is this an issue?

Using the hack above, {title} worked. So thanks!

Is there any specific reason you only enable the title, excerpt and permalinks when t.a.f. is enabled? Or should this be a feature request?

November 30, 2007
7:55 am
Oliver
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Glad it worked out.

However, {Page} should've worked, too, I'll check into that. Permalinks are great, they should not be an issue at all. Also, once you're back on a live server perhaps you can try {Page} (capital 'P') again, perhaps it's a local issue?

As for T-A-F available post/page data, there is no real limitation I didn't think of any other ones that might be of interest – but I'm happy to stand corrected :-)

What were your looking for?

EDIT: just realized what you were getting at, well, enabling the variables by default just adds a bit of overhead to the form and I usually like to keep it simple. But I do see your point and value to have these variables available with or w/o TAF.

December 4, 2007
11:14 am
dave
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Sorry for the confusion, I should have been a bit more clear with my last question… yep, your edited response is what i meant.

I've just downloaded cforms 6.3, having a play with that now – looks fantastic so far. Laughing Thanks for all the time and effort you put in.

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