AJAX submission returns to Ninja Forms

As of version 2.1.2 of Ninja Forms we’ve re-added the AJAX submission feature. If you used Ninja Forms prior to version 2.0, then you know that we launched the new version without including support for AJAX submissions. For those who haven’t used a previous version of Ninja Forms, AJAX submission allows your users to submit […]

Ninja Forms – Monday (02/11/2013) Update Notes

Although today’s releases are mostly related to bugfixes, there are a few new features. A new field has been added to Ninja Forms that will allow users to insert password fields into their forms. These fields will automatically output a password textbox and a re-enter password textbox in addition to ensuring that the text inside […]

Ninja Forms Monday (02/04/2013) Pre-Patch Notes

We released the Styling Extension just a few days ago, so if you haven’t checked it out yet, head on over to the introduction video. Much like last week, there isn’t much going on in this week’s update. Here’s what you can expect in Monday’s update: Core Update: Features: Added the option to set an […]

Remote Desktop Assistance

As my family’s resident tech expert, they were a little nervous about their PCs’ continued health when I recently moved from the US to the UK for graduate school. Just before I left, my mom got her first computer and I helped connect her to the internet. I’ve lived in England for about a year […]

Creating custom tables in your WordPress database

When you create a WordPress plugin, you can usually store and retrieve all of your plugin data using the WordPress options() functions. Sometimes, though, you need a more robust storage solution for the data gathered by your plugin. When you need to store large amounts of data, or you need to have more control over […]