I want to validate the one field of my Formidable forms with my mysql database. I am having one filed with company_name and I want to check that the entered company name is already exists in database or not. The following guide tell you how to do it without any codes.
We have changed the name of our Gravity Forms spam block plugin from Gravity Forms Blacklist to BSK Forms Blacklist. We have supported Formidable Forms and will support WPForms and Ninja Forms in the future.
The plugin still detects spam-like content within submitted form elements. It validates form elements' content with the keywords you defined and this is the most powerful spam prevention technique. Most spam bots or real human are attempting to post spam messages to you or others. Detecting commonly used spam content will stop nearly all spam bots and real human dead in their submitting.
It is specially can stop a real human to submit spam messages. As you know the Google reCAPTCHA can nearly block all spam bots but it cannot stop a real human to submit the form on your website.
Let's suppose you release PDF documents such as newsletter, minutes, agenda, reports and so on every week month. Then in 1 - 2 years you'll see there are lots of files in your Media Library like the following. So do you want to keep your Media Library clean by a simple way?
You want to keep them clean but worry about it will break the link to the document in any of your past campaigns. You want to update an old document but you have to cost several minutes to find out the right one to be updated.
A client asked the feature of permalink to PDF / document as he need to display URL of PDF / document on their social media such as facebook. But they update the pdf fairly regularly, so he would prefer to not have to reset the giant url directly to the pdf every time they update the pdf.
You have published documents by date, and visitors to your website need to be able to browse them. What is the solution to create a WordPress document library that can be browsed by date?
Here, we will provide you with a simple solution – the WordPress document library lets your visitors to browse documents by date and search all documents.
Do you receive many spam mails from your gravity forms form? Do you annoyed by spam product inquiry mails from countries where your products don't sale there? All your need is to block form submission from specific countries.
Would you like to show a PDF icon in the front of every PDF link to let visitors understand it better? Today, let's introduce how to do it easily to achieve the following list.
Sometime you need to add CSS to WordPress to make a page with different appearance. It can be easily done without modifying file or installing and new plugin.
From your WordPress Dashboard --> Appearance --> Customize you'll see Additional CSS menu item there.
Are you trying to organize and sort documents with dates in the title? Would you like the dates in a simple and unified format but do not affect sorting? Let's support you want to have a list of minutes or agendas sort in alphabetical order. You may have started out naming files like this:
Would like to upload different type file to different directory? Would like to change your files' URL to a simple and short one? All this can be done by the way of making WordPress supports multiple upload directories.
WordPress has its default upload directory, to change it you have you update wp-config.php or add codes to function.php in your active theme folder. Here are two blogs for your reference: How to Change Default Media Upload Folder in WordPress? or the answer for question of Change WordPress upload path and URL on StackExchange
But the above two ways still inconvenient to making WordPress support multiple upload directories, because you'll be annoyed by often updating php file. Today introducing a feature of our BSK PDF Manager to help you do it easy. Our BSK PDF Manager supports upload file to the entire directory of your WordPress installation folder. Please check the following screenshot.