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This kind of question is 100% off-topic. That being said, here's a solution that may work. I have unfortunately forgotten where I originally found the source of the below code: /** Dynamic List for Contact Form 7 **/ /** Usage: [select name type:list_posts] **/ function dynamic_select_list( $tag, $unused ) { $options = ( array ) $tag['options']; ...


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The issue very well may be noConflict. By default whenever WordPress enqueues jquery it runs in a noConflict mode which means that it doesn't provide an alias for jQuery where the default is $ as you have in your question. See this Dev Resource comment: When you enqueue script that is dependent on jQuery, note that the jQuery in WordPress runs in ...


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Let's try debug $posted_data with sending email if ( $submission ) { $posted_data = $submission->get_posted_data(); ob_start(); echo '<pre>'; print_r($posted_data); echo '</pre>'; $content = ob_get_clean(); wp_mail($your_mail, 'Debug', $content); or you can save $content to file



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