Project budget: $$30.00
Project: minor modification to the homepage of my wordpress website, o///x/e/n/m/i//n\\e/./com.
Description: adding an ask a question form to the green ribbon on homepage adjacent to the laptop slideshow.
1. The form only has one field – the body of the question.
2. Under this field there is a submit button.
3. Clicking the submit button checks if the user is logged in or not.
4. If logged in, the form spits the content of its one and only field into the “body” part of the “new post” in wordpress (which is the platform for our website ).
5. If not logged in – the user is either forced to log in or register if he is not a member.
6. Subsequent to his registration and /or logging in, again - the form spits the content of its one and only field into the “body” part of the “new post” in wordpress (which is the platform for oxenmine).
7. Now the user can simply submit his post and finish asking his question.
Roughly the new form would look like in the attachment.
Suggestions to help:
1. Lets say we use the plugin, tdo mini forms for this.
2. Create a form with tdo – with just the field “content”, hack it to remove headings, labels and warning/notice crap.
3. Simply open [url removed, login to view] from themes/devision/lib/inc
4. Insert the php code in the div for “display-text”.
5. This will put the form on the green ribbon.
6. Use the button image as the button for the form.
7. Spit out the data in the form fields for the post title and post content in “new post” in wordpress after verifying if the user is logged in or not. If not he will be forced to login first.
8. That’s it.
PLEASE NOTE: To keep the site simple and fast, we will not use TDO MINIFORMS ... we already are using a big form plugin, cFormsII, a fantastic plugin at par with TDO. We expect you to be able to use a form through cFormsII.
2 freelancers are bidding on average $53 for this job
Dear graphitef, We are highly interested to work with you with a commitment to accomplish the task within the stipulated time. Please accept our bid. Thanks, Euphern.