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[Resolved] Allow the users to create categories and tags from the frontend

  • Participant
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    Nicholas DeMuth on #38326

    Hey,

    I am using the buddyblog pro plugin and I want user’s can create the categories and tags from the frontend when they create a blog post from the fronend.

    As I have read the documentation, there is no such feature is available yet,right?

    If there is any hook or function that I can use for implementing this functionality,then let me know.

    Regards

  • Keymaster
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    Brajesh Singh on #38335

    Hi Nicholas,
    Thank you for using BuddyBlog Pro.

    At the moment, it does not support front end creation of terms. We do plan it in phase 2.

    In order to allow users create terms, you will need to modify the UI significantly. BuddyBlog Pro has a lot of hooks at all the places but I do no see any simple way for you to allow users create terms.

    You will most probably need to filter the terms list output and replace with a custom one that allows adding new terms.

    Please let me know what kind f hook you are looking for? I will provide that then.

    Regards
    Brajesh

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    Nicholas DeMuth on #38344

    Hey Brajesh,

    Thanks for the quick reply!!

    I want any hook or function by using that I can implement the functionality that I need. Or I need to do the custom coding?Is there any other way so that user’s can create the categories and tags from the front-end, then let me know.

    Can you please let me know when you will launch this feature in the plugin?

    Thanks

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    Nicholas DeMuth on #38381

    Hey Brajesh,
    Hope you are doing well!!

    Can you please atleast let me know thhe function or hook that I can fire before saving the post from the frontend or on click on the save button while creating the new post from the frontend.

    Looking forward to your reply.

  • Keymaster
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    Brajesh Singh on #38389

    Hi Nicholas,
    Thank you for the reply.

    here is the list of hooks fired.

    For submission.

    
    do_action( 'bblpro_post_submitted', $post_id, $form_id, $post_data );
    
    

    for update

    
    do_action( 'bblpro_post_updated', $post_id, $form_id, $post_data );
    
    

    So, you can use any of the above.

    Regards
    Brajesh

  • Participant
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    Nicholas DeMuth on #38392

    Hey Brajesh,

    Thanks

  • Keymaster
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    Brajesh Singh on #38436

    You are welcome.

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