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    Tracy Bradley
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    2 quick questions:

    1. After a user submits a post (which in our case will be a custom post type), can we then redirect them to a specific page? I'm playing with the free version and it just goes back to the submit post.

    2. Our users need to submit html code to us, and we need to receive it as raw HTML code (it's code for an Eventbrite ticket widget). Is that possible?

    Thanks!

    #26030

    Tracy Bradley
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    One more question!

    For editing user profiles – can we exclude any fields we don't want users to be able to edit?

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    Sekander Badsha
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    Hello Tracy,
    1. You can redirect the user to any page you want in the pro version. You can test this on our demo site here http://demo.wedevs.com/wpuf/wp-login.php

    2. You can take HTML inputs through the HTML input field. But if you want to render the HTML, you'll have to call the data from the HTML field through meta_keys and echo in your template.

    3. You can use hidden fields in the registration form.

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