Thank you. Ok, I understand what you mean about setting the zip code field on the second form (we'll call it ContactUs) to be populated dynamically. I've done that and set a parameter called "yourzip".
If I'm understanding correctly, I need to create an additional form (we'll call it ZipCode) and set the confirmation to go to the page the ContactUs page. And by adding /?yourzip=value to the end of that redirect my understanding is that the zip code field will be populated with the input value from the first page, correct?
A couple questions:
1) On the ZipCode form, do I also create a text field for zip code? I have already created an input box in my header with the instructions for the visitor to enter his/her zip.
2) My main confusion is in your instructions about using the parameter "in your first form's query string builder". I've looked at the instructions and this part doesn't make sense to me - I don't understand how to build the query string.
3) Finally, since the zip code will be entered from the header, would I put the query string into the header php? In that case, I wouldn't use the short code, correct?
Sorry for all the questions. I'm not a complete newbie but am obviously still a WP amateur. Thanks.
Posted 7 years ago on Wednesday April 18, 2012 | Permalink