We have had a variety of posts about posting from the front-end. I had gotten us started with a series of posts. After getting a solid foundation in place, I started back to school and life got crazy. I had to switch to Gravity Forms for my own needs, I needed some pretty advanced forms, and just didn’t have the time to keep maintaining the code I had begun. At that time, I asked my readers to please continue developing this code and hit me up with any new features. That started a while back with our edit and delete code from fitoussi. Next up we have some code from Lisa of WP Axis who sent in a solution to get our validation working properly.
OK people. my apology to any of you who actually waited for me to post this. there was a lot going on for me latley. trip to my country, holidays, work got crazy in the holidays, new year, camping trip for my birthday and the best part is my new iMac :). so now i can smothly write This second part of this tutorial. In the first part i showed you how to create “my-posts” page and how to delete a post. In this tutorial i will show you how to edit post from front end. There is a little more going on in this part so i will try to explain it the best way i can. note that this form works for custom taxonomies when it comes to categories and tags. so i am not sure how it will work with regular categories and tag but if there are problems we can all try to figure it out. and same as in the first part of the tutorial i will break it to sections.
Lately I’ve been working on another side project. A wine rating site that we hope to launch soon. But one of the requirements for the site was that once a wine rater logged in, they should have access to a form to rate wines. I didn’t want anyone to have to fuss with the back end of WordPress. I just wanted to present them with a simple form to fill out. Let’s look into how that’s done.