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    ManaKio
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    Members to our site use a custom registration modal. If members on our site do not use the UFP registration forms, will articles they post still be editable and accessible from their dashboard?

    This question is raised because I have noticed that articles posted prior to installing UFP cannot be edited by the author through the front end. It says:

    I don't know how to edit this post, I don't have the form ID

    How can we overcome this issue?

    Thank you for your timely reply…

    #19866

    ManaKio
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    Post count: 77

    OK, I found out how to assign an edit form to old articles, this has brought up a new issue.

    So now I have this question – “Post Status” only gives me one option… ‘None' = what else should be there???

    And lastly; Our “Submit for Review” button looks nice but (save draft) looks basic. How can I make this look like a nice button also? Do (I) have to do the CSS and if so, how come you don't have that in your CSS?

    example image

    Thank you

    #19876

    Oritro Ahmed
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    Hi manakio,

    Glad that you solved your previous question by yourself. Post Status Is actually a way to choose between different post type. Some theme have different post type, some have none. it depends on your need.

    WPUF will only show you those post type available in your theme. If there is none, it will show none. Here is more info about custom post type: http://codex.wordpress.org/Post_Types

    And About the Save Draft Button, Its a UI factor. When you are writing a post, your primary goal is to publish the post. Save Draft is a Optional choice in case you need to take a Break in the writing. So UI designers always try to minimize the effect of Secondary Element on the page. But, Surely you can apply some CSS on it.

    Just insert this CSS Style in your theme stylesheet or Custom Style sheet. Make necessary change as you need. I just showed you the basic.

    #wpuf-post-draft{ 
     border: 2px solid #21759b;
     padding: 4px;
     border-radius: 3px;
     background: #21759b;
     color: #fff;
    }

    #wpuf-post-draft is the ID of the form “Save Draft” button. Please feel free to ask if you still have question about something.

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