New answers tagged plugin-contact-form-7
Try installing wp-mail-smtp Then set your smtp details and your wordpress will use smtp instead of your local mail server (if there is mail server installed at all..)
The problem you are encountering is that WordPress and your browser are interpreting everything after the "#" as a client side hash. In other words, PHP and WordPress never see the "?tier=Test1" bit. There are few ways to fix the issue though I'm not sure which will be most efficient in your situation: 1) Trigger your modal with a JS click event instead of ...
Before the shortcode add: <p>Your description here</p>
If you're using AJAX to submit your contact form 7 data ( which is turned on by default ) you won't be able to redirect using the wpcf7_before_send_mail hook. You have a few other options though: 1) Turn off WPCF7 AJAX which is packaged into an entire JS flag. This will also turn off JS validation and all around not optimal. Documentation. Add this to wp ...
As of Contact Form 7 v3.3 - there's a few hooks you can attach to in order to run additional logic. I think your best bet is to do it all via jQuery. First we add a listener to the button which when click submits and redirects. For this example it has the ID of btn_redirect. Whenever clicked, it adds the active class to itself which we will check against on ...
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