Frontend Post Editing

Have your users be able to edit the posts they have submitted themselves with Forms Extensions+'s Frontend Post Editing.

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TURN ELEMENTOR FORMS INTO A POWERFUL TOOL THAT WILL ALLOW USERS TO EDIT SELECTED POSTS ON THE FRONTEND.

With Form Extensions+Gloo has opened the door to true, seamless Post Editing from the frontend of your website, by any user you want to make such a feature available to. All it takes to enable such an amazing solution is selecting the Frontend Post Editing action in the Actions After Submit field of your Elementor Form‘s settings, and your Form will become a section within which users will be able to directly edit content to your website.

EASY SET-UP FOR AN EXTREMELY POWERFUL FEATURE.

Once we have selected the Frontend Post Editing action, we’ll be greeted by a new section in which we will be able to tweak just what happens to the post once the form has been submitted by the user. Fetch the ID of the post you want to be editable in the frontend, and paste it into the corresponding field.

Once that’s done, all that’s left to do is set up our Form Fields. We can do so as we’re used to with Elementor Forms already, creating fields for our post’s titlecontent, and even a File Upload field that will be the post’s featured image. With that done, we will hop back into the Frontend Post Editing settings section and make sure our Field IDs are correctly mapped to each respective field type.

Extremely easy set-up for a solution that was simply unthinkable until Gloo came into play.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frontend Post Editing is a feature for Elementor Forms that allows users to edit selected posts directly from the frontend of a website.
To enable Frontend Post Editing for Elementor Forms, select the Frontend Post Editing action in the Actions After Submit field of your Elementor Form‘s settings, and fetch the ID of the post you want to be editable in the frontend.
You can set up fields for the post’s title, content, and even a File Upload field that will be the post’s featured image.

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