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    Fumiyoshi
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    Hi!
    I am using the Google Doc Embedder plugin.
    In accordance with the form I created and the button for the file upload.
    It works very well.

    However, I would like to insert into the textarea like the image.
    When I post an article at the new post of the WordPress dashboard, I can insert either and both some images and some document files such as pdf,doc,xls,so on which supported by Google Doc Embedder.

    I am now wondering if there is any way you can support?

    Regards,

    #25750

    Sekander Badsha
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    Post count: 2067

    Hello Fumiyoshi,
    To embed a Google Doc, You need to insert HTML codes and you can do it while building to form on wp-admin. Please notice on the right side while building the form, there will be a button named “Custom HTML” by clicking on that button you will be able to insert HTML codes to the form.

    #25755

    Fumiyoshi
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    Post count: 8

    Hi Sekander,

    Thanks for you advise.

    But I can only fInd the HTML button not the Custom HTML on the buttons area.
    Is it the HTML?

    I am using the pro version.

    In addition, I am having a problem that the only admin can post from the form from the frontend.
    Please let me know where should I check?

    Regards,
    Fumi

    #25836

    Sekander Badsha
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    Post count: 2067

    Yes. The this is the button. This will allow you to input HTML elements from the back.
    But if you want to take HTML codes as input from the front, you'll have to use a textarea and you can call the data from your themes code by using meta_key. So it will require a developer to make the customizations for you.

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