WP Types CRED makes it easy to build form that create and edit any WordPress content. Complete integration with Types means you can build forms in minutes.
CRED – Front-End Content Creation and Editing
Want to build WordPress classifieds sites, directories or anything else that requires user-interaction? CRED is the solution.
CRED forms create and edit any WordPress content type, with custom fields and taxonomy. CRED will build the forms for you, and you design the look using simple HTML and CSS. CRED’s comprehensive API allows you to build complete web apps with WordPress .
CRED Front end Editor, by OnTheGoSystems
– Security improvements.
– Fixed the issue with _wpnonce.
– Added new class for success message.
– Security improvements.
– Added the new feature that allows user to choose the post or page to redirect the user to, after deleting current post.
– Added the new feature that allows users to add additional MIME Types using the provided hooks.
– Added the PHP 5.2+ compatibility by exchanging the usage of “__DIR__” constant with the backwards compatible “dirname(__FILE__)” one.
– Fixed images sent in notification email are broken
– Added a default behavior that assigns posts to the “Uncategorized” category if the category option was left empty.
– Added the CRED forms listing page in the Embedded version of the CRED plugin.
– Added a new error warning when email notification fails.
– Updated the jQuery autocomplete function for the taxonomy fields.
– Fixed some minor CSS issues.
– Fixed issues with the CRED Conditional display.
– Fixed an issue with the “_nonce” usage on the frontend in order to prevent problems with the caching plugins.
– Fixed an issue with the translation of some strings.
– Fixed an issue with the conditional display that is evaluating Taxonomy terms.
– Fixed an issue with the limit of the upload file size for the repeating Image Custom Field.
– Fixed an issue with taxonomy-related field values being lost after a failed form submition.
– Fixed an issue when using the “&” symbol in the options of a custom Select field.
– Fixed an issue where the Preview message would disappear if conditional fields were active.
– Fixed an issue with Custom Fields not showing in email notifications.
– Fixed an issue with the repetitive Date field.
– Fixed an issue with the Date field and the dates predating the year 1970.
– Fixed an issue where the Checkbox field was always checked.
– Fixed an issue with the CRED automatic post expiration.
– Fixed an issue where the submitted fields values were not preserved if the captcha was wrong.
– Fixed some PHP 5.3 compatibility issues.
– Fixed some email notifications issues.
– Added compatibility for WordPress version 4.1.
– Added the Embedded version with the read only features.
– Added the automatic deactivation of the Embedded version of the plugin when the full version is activated
– Fixed issues with more than one CRED form used on the same post/page.
– Fixed the issues with the validation of the Checkboxes, Skype and Date fields when CRED form submission fails.
– Fixed the issues with the validation of the reCAPTCHA field when CRED form submission fails.
– Fixed the issue with inserting a shortcode in the middle of the selected tag in WYSIWYG.
– Fixed the issue with a conditional field when using the COOKIE property.
– Fixed the issue with a conditional field when using the REGEX property.
– Fixed some minor visual CSS issues.
– Fixed the issue about all of the checkboxes being selected by default on the front-end.
– Fixed a problem with the cred_form_validate.
– Fixed the issue with the order of images for a repetitive Image field.
– Improved the new database entry on form visit.
– Fixed the issue with email notifications not being sent after posts expiration.
– Fixed the issue with the delete link not working in the administration when HTTPS protocol is forced.
– Fixed the issue with the value attribute not working for repeating fields.
– Improved the automatic CRED notification expiration messages by adding more options on when the messages should be sent.
– Fixed the issue with the Warning: Not available static property ‘_staticGlobal’
– Fixed issue getting the $form_data[‘container_id’] right value in cred_save_data hook callback function
– Fixed the issue where the post category was not set to “Uncategorized” for posts that didn’t have the category option set.
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