WPForms Settings Page

Registering new settings pages is very straightforward with WPForms. Here’s a screenshot of what it looks like:

Here’s the code to register the settings page:

<?php
/**
* Schedule Settings
*
*/
function ea_schedule_settings( $sections, $form_data ) {
$sections['mct_schedule'] = __( 'MCT Schedule', 'ea' );
return $sections;
}
add_filter( 'wpforms_builder_settings_sections', 'ea_schedule_settings', 20, 2 );
/**
* Schedule Settings Content
*
*/
function ea_schedule_settings_content( $instance ) {
echo '<div class="wpforms-panel-content-section wpforms-panel-content-section-mct_schedule">';
echo '<div class="wpforms-panel-content-section-title">' . __( 'MCT Schedule', 'ea' ) . '</div>';
// Zip Code
wpforms_panel_field(
'textarea',
'settings',
'mct_zip_codes',
$instance->form_data,
__( 'Zip Codes (one per line)', 'ea' ),
array( 'rows' => 20 )
);
echo '</div>';
}
add_filter( 'wpforms_form_settings_panel_content', 'ea_schedule_settings_content', 20 );
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This data is then accessible inside of the $form_data. Here’s how I’m using it within my form: $zipcodes = explode( PHP_EOL, $form_data['settings']['mtc_zip_codes'] );

Most of the WPForms filters will include the $form_data. Here’s how to access that data outside the context of a WPForms filter (change 1234 to your Form ID):

<?php
$form = wpforms()->form->get( 1234 );
$form_data = wpforms_decode( $form->post_content );
$booked = explode( PHP_EOL, $form_data['settings']['mct_booked_times'] );
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Bill Erickson

Bill Erickson is a freelance WordPress developer and a contributing developer to the Genesis framework. For the past 14 years he has worked with attorneys, publishers, corporations, and non-profits, building custom websites tailored to their needs and goals.

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