The “Frontend post” add-on allows users to submit blog posts from a front-end page of your website.
It is ideal for a multi-author blog, where the admin doesn’t want to give access to the WordPress back end to the blog authors. .
It can also be used to easily accept guest posts and moderate them.
Easy to add front end blog post submission form
You can add the form on any page, by selecting the desired page in
UsersWP > Pages > Frontend Post Page.
You also need to add the UWP > Frontend Post Form block or, the [frontend_post_form] shortcode if you are using the classic editor.
Front-end blog post submission form settings
When active, this plugin adds a settings page in
UsersWP > Addons > Frontend Post
The Admin can change settings like :
- Enable form for guest users or not. If enabled, two extra fields to enter the name and email address will appear on the form for logged out users. A new user will be created using those details, and the post will be assigned to the new user.
- Select post status. It can be pending, draft and published.
- Change the success and error messages.
Dedicated email notifications
This add-on will add two new email notifications in UsersWP > Emails > User Emails | Admin Emails
The admin can enable/disable them and change both the subject line and content of both emails.
Integration with the reCAPTCHA add-on
Using the reCAPTCHA add-on it is possible to enable the reCAPTCHA technology on the frontend post form to avoid spam submission from bots. The Admin can enable/disable captcha on this form from the settings page of the reCAPTCHA add-on.
The “Frontend post” add-on is 100% translatable.