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I have a user-generated-content website with WP.

I would like to allow the readers to notify me of posts that should be taken down.

I need to:

  1. add a button to the end of each posts, that when clicked, will send the reader to another form, while taking with it the url from which it came
  2. I need a form that will hold several dropdown options to choose from, and a "send this report" ability (coupled with some CAPTCHA)

I would appreciate any idea/ plugin on how to do this.

(this older question didn't solve the problem for me, at my current level of understanding)

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To use the plugin in the question you linked to:

  1. Copy the code into notepad or an equivalent program
  2. Save the file using the extension .php (make sure your operating system has file endings turned on so it doesn't save as filename.php.txt
  3. Put the file into a compressed (or zipped) folder. How you do this depends on your operating system.
  4. Upload the zipped folder to your wordpress blog. (Plugins->add new->upload)
  5. Activate the plugin.
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