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    Nir
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    Hi,
    I have a site with *custom post type* with 2 custom hierarchical taxonomies:

    Lawyers
    – child
    – child

    Experts
    – child
    – child

    What I want to do is to create in WP-FRONT-END PRO two *registration forms* (each assigned to different role) – one for Lawyers, and one for Experts, while in the front end, the user will have a select-box containing the sub taxonomies (the lawyers sub taxonomies for registration form 1, and the experts sub taxonomies for registration form 2).

    What is the best way to accomplish that?

    Also I want to know about security in the WP-FRONT-END PRO plugin – for example, what happens when a user connects to the system and tries to post some “” or other malicious code, is the plugin secured? is there some guidance you can provide regrading security for the WP-FRONT-END PRO plugin and in general?

    Thank you!

    #14705

    Tareq Hasan
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    Post count: 2831

    Hello Nir,

    Users in WordPress is not connected with any kind of taxonomies and that's why you can't see any taxonomies in registration form builder. So, that wouldn't be possible. You might want to use custom field with dropdown/checkbox or radio buttons?

    If any user puts any malicious code, that can't execute it. WordPress will not permit them to execute ๐Ÿ™‚

    #14714

    Nir
    Member
    Post count: 1

    Hi Tareq,
    Is it possible to create a drop-down (with the action hook maybe), which will be filled with the taxonomy, and save it's id in the DB?

    Thank you

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