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USP Pro Tuts

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USP Pro – Add Post Content Field

USP Pro makes it easy to add a “Post Content” field to any USP Pro Form. This guide shows how to do it with a click, and also explains how to customize the content field with custom attributes, markup, and text.

USP Pro – Import and Export Plugin Settings

USP Pro ships with a lot of options. To help manage things, the USP Pro provides tools to import and export all plugin settings with a click. That way if anything unexpected happens and you need to restore your configuration, it’s simply a matter of uploading your export file. This quick tutorial explains how to […]

USP Pro – Disable Plugin Activity on the Dashboard

By default, USP Pro adds two items to the WordPress Dashboard: the submitted-posts widget and some “At a Glance” items. This quick tutorial explains how (and why) to disable either (or both) of the dashboard items with a few lines of code.

USP Pro – Best Practice for Deleting Form Demos

Super quick post today. When working with USP Pro, make sure to empty the trash immediately after deleting any USP Form Demos. This is especially important if the plugin setting, “Auto-Generate Form Demos” (located under the Advanced tab), is enabled. When that setting is enabled, it is important to empty the trash after deleting any […]

USP Pro – Tips & Tricks

Here is a somewhat esoteric yet useful collection of notes, tips and tricks for working with USP Pro.

USP Pro – Change reCaptcha Language

This super quick tutorial explains how to change the language of Google reCaptcha for USP Pro. Takes only a minute to add a code snippet to display Google reCaptcha in any supported language.

USP Pro – Add a Disable Comments Checkbox

As of version 3.8, USP Pro makes it possible to add a “disable comments” checkbox to any USP Form. This super quick tutorial shows how.

USP Pro – Hide Name and Email Fields for Logged-In Users

As of USP Pro 3.7, you can enable the plugin to automatically hide the Name and Email fields if the user is logged in to WordPress. Works for the Name and Email fields, as well as any other field (including Custom Fields). This tutorial explains how to do it in a few clicks.

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