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July 11, 2013 at 10:46 pm 5887
Tareq Hasan Hi There Guy's, A client of mine has purchased the pro version (5 site edition) for his websites and im working on behalf of him. I have a few questions / problems. 1) I have upgraded the plugin from the standard version to the pro version, do I need to go through every single post on the website and assign the "WPUF Form" to each post? or can this be done in bulk? The reason for asking is that I have 250+ posts on my site. 2) On the standard version, im confident that "Custom Fields" automatically displayed under each post. Is this the same in the Pro version as custom fields don't seem to be showing. 3) Posts from the standard version, will any custom fields that have been added in the previous version be migrated over into the pro version? or does the users who have added the post need to re-input the custom fields again? 4) How do you implement the custom fields to display in your page? Does a file need to be edited or should they just display? Ive looked over your documentation but a little bit confused... Any help would be fab! Regards Tom
July 12, 2013 at 1:42 am 5890
Tareq Hasan Tareq Hasan

Hello Tom,

1. There is not any functionality right now that you can bulk update the post, but you can use this trick to update the form ID’s.

2. There is a setting also in the plugin, check it to show the custom fields.

3. Existing custom fields will not be automatically added, you’ve to create a form and assign those custom fields again.

4. Following the answer#2, you could do that automatically. Or follow this instruction.

July 12, 2013 at 2:26 am 5899
tomupton tomupton

Thanks for the quick reply!

Where about do I need to insert the code you mention in this post? – http://wedevs.com/support/topic/editing-previous-posts-from-free-version/#post-2740

is it an admin page or front end page where this coding needs to be placed? or within the plugin itself?

Regards

Tom

July 12, 2013 at 3:50 am 5901
Tareq Hasan Tareq Hasan

You’ve to put the form ID you want to set for all the posts, then put the code in functions.php and reload the site once. All of your posts should be assigned to that form and then remove the codes.

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