http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/easing-slider/ When this plugin is installed and activated the page Form is embedded on will refresh when the user clicks “Submit” instead of the form submission occurring via AJAX as it should which means the submission is never sent for moderation. A possible cause is that, by default, it loads an older version of jQuery …
http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/nmedia-user-file-uploader/ This plugin hides the form submission button. NOTE: This FAQ was written based on Nmedia Users File Uploader Plugin 2.1 / Pro 7.3
The issue is that the server is not properly recognizing the CSV file mime type. A solution that seems to always work is to change the file extension from .csv to .txt.
Create a column with a header named ‘Categories’. Under the ‘Categories’ header, each entry can have multiple categories assigned to it. The Categories must be separated by commas. The CSV fields must be enclosed by single or double quotes. Here’s an example of what the category column for a single row should look like in …
If you are logged in, your submissions may be bypassing the moderation queue because of permissions assigned to your role. See the “Roles” screen in the Connections admin to set and change the permissions for each role.
Yes and no. If the user is an unregistered visitor to your website, their submission will be held in the moderation queue. However, if a user is a registered user on your website, logged in and they have been assigned a role, “Subscriber” by default, you can use the Connections : Roles admin page to …
All user submitted entries are held in the “Moderate” queue. The moderate queue can be found on the Connections : Manage admin page. You can view the queue by clicking the “Moderate” link towards the upper left corner of the page.
No, all entries must be approved before they will show up in the directory.
No, this form is for users to submit new entries only. In order to enable this feature, you need the Link extension.
Not at this time.