But then to my delight and surprise when I was adding a Custom HTML Module for the plugin tag I noticed this wonderful setting: "Prepare Content".
Enabling this setting means that the Custom Html Module content will run thru the onPrepareContent method! To explain this in plain english to you non-programmers out there:
This means that you can output a component in modules as well as articles! Just put the tag in a Custom HTML module and activate the Prepare Content setting in the options tab.
Kudos for this great and useful plugin!
Hi WP4J, thanks for trying out our demo. Our form validation was limited to checking if a value was inserted for required fields. After reading your review we _immediately_ added email validation, with email typos suggestions when you wrongly type a common email provider domain, and of course we updated the demo to reflect it.
There will surely be other things missing or not perfect in the extension: it's 2 weeks old, and our philosophy is not to build a fully finished extension in a vacuum and then release it, but work on the most important things that we can, our minimal viable product, and then make it public to check the real needs of our customers, listen to their needs, and fix, add features, refine the extension over time and make it better day after day.