[wp-hackers] Frontend form
Mo.Braga at LBi.com
Fri Aug 19 08:40:35 UTC 2011
...or, more likely, empty lines before the opening <?php tag.
From: wp-hackers-bounces at lists.automattic.com [mailto:wp-hackers-bounces at lists.automattic.com] On Behalf Of Florin Maduta
Sent: 18 August 2011 21:32
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Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] Frontend form
Check the files for spaces after closing php tag. I'm prety sure that this is the problem
On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 11:08 PM, Diana K. Cury <dianakac at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for reply Eric,
> I will test some more and post the code soon. The most strange is if I
> add the form and form processing code after template calls
> (get_header, sidebars etc), I get the "headers already sent", (both
> for page templates or shortcode insertion). It seems something to do with template header itself.
> The processing code should stay before all the html header, or not
> really necessary?! If so, that will be a lot of filterings for get the
> shortcode feature done.
> Quite not sure if I should implemente this in my plugin...is an one
> time use form, a shortcode maybe aren't the best aproach for this isn't?!
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> We'd have to see what code you're using in the form to diagnose the
>> already sent" issue, but typically this is due to either `echo`ing
>> content too early in WP's execution or trying to modify the page
>> headers too late in WP's execution.
>> My guess is that you're trying to use some kind of HTTP redirect
>> within the content of the page ...
>> As for preventing the browser's back button ... don't. It's bad form
>> to modify the behavior of the browser like that, and the user might
>> have a legitimate reason to use the back button. Instead, just
>> validate the form to prevent duplicate submissions - i.e. use a nonce
>> to detect whether or not this is a repeat submission and reject the
>> On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 10:51 AM, Diana K. Cury <dianakac at gmail.com>
>> I have a working frontend form, for create post types.
>>> Using as a template for pages: works nice, I'm able to create the
>>> post I get redirected to the them right after the process.
>>> When I tried to implement this form as a plugin shortcode, I got
>>> "Headers alredy sent ". The post is created as well, but doesn't
>>> redirect to the post.
>>> Also, is there someway to prevent going back in history and
>>> re-submit the form again? I know there's a lot of plugin for this,
>>> but that is a very simples static form.
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