It’s Episode 276 and we’ve got plugins for keeping track of post creation times, Quizzes, Facebook Live Video, Site Notificiations and a Reviews Plugin that will have you seeing stars in Google. It’s all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z!
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Thank you for all of your work on the show. One question for you:
1. I am trying to create a website that is a collection of useful links. I would like to create a form where users can subit their own links to be added to my site. Is there a form plugin I can use where for each of the form fields that a user submits, the entries are then automatically added to custom fields of a new custom post type.For example, if someone submits a new link to my website, they might enter the web URL of a given article, then in another field, type in the title of that article, and then in another field of the form, enter a short description of the article. When the user hits ‘submit’, I would like to be able to review their submission, and then once I accept it, have each of their fields automatically create a new custom post type entry, and have the different form fields populate custom fields within that custom post type.Is there a plugin that can do this?Again, thank you for all of the work that you do every single week.
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