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Welcome to the Tutorials! Here you will find tutorials, tricks and tips for USP Pro, SES Pro, and more. Drop a line to suggest a tutorial!

As of February 25th, 2017, there are 108 posts published in the Tuts category. Grab the feed to stay current with all the latest!

This tutorial explains two ways to “hide” the default URLs for USP Forms. These URLs are used when building your forms, but they are not really meant to be accessed directly by visitors. So in this tutorial we explain the details and show how to use a small snippet of .htaccess to redirect or block […]

This quick tutorial explains how to exclude USP Forms from the W3 Total Cache plugin. Excluding the pages that are displaying your forms can help resolve certain issues like the “please do not load this page directly” error. In general, dynamic content like forms should not be cached because it can interfere with normal functionality.

This quick tutorial shows how to customize labels, placeholders, and fieldsets with USP Pro. You’ll learn how to change and/or disable labels and placeholders on Primary Fields and Custom Fields, and also learn how to completely customize the default HTML/markup that’s generated for labels and fieldsets in any USP Form.

Quick tutorial showing how to set up forms for multiple campaigns with SES Pro.

By default, blank spaces are replaced with underscores _ in the value attribute of custom checkbox, radio, and select fields. This post explains how to reverse this behavior and replace the underscores with blank spaces.

Custom Field recipes! Here you’ll find quick copy/paste examples of the various Custom Fields that are possible with USP Pro. This post meant for those who already are familiar with USP Pro Custom Fields. For more in-depth documentation on any of the fields covered below, check out the reference links at the end of the […]

This Plugin Planet tutorial explains how to customize the names of any Custom Fields included in USP Pro’s Email Alerts. This is an advanced tutorial aimed at users who already are familiar with using USP Custom Fields.

In this post, I explain an optimal way to integrate USP Pro with an e-commerce plugin, and also provide some examples to illustrate how it works. It’s a question that I get asked from time to time, so hopefully posting the information here will help shed some light for those who are interested. Read on […]