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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 5495 Publication

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 5495 Publication

This tutorial is a request tutorial from KDG. KDG asks, "How do you autofill content on a Contact Form 7 form?" For example, if you want the subject line to be autofilled whenever the page loads, so the customer or the visitor doesn't have to fill it in. That's what KDG wants to learn, and we will show you how to do it for the subject lines and for any field you want to in Contact Form 7. We're getting started right now, sup guys, welcome back to another video. It's Bjorn from WP Learning Lab, where we help you get better at WordPress so you can earn more for yourself, for your clients, and for your business. If you haven't done so yet, hit subscribe, then add the bell notification icon so YouTube actually tells you when I publish new stuff. And with that out of the way, let's head into the screen capture and start learning some stuff. I'll see you there! To autofill fields on Contact Form 7, I'm going to assume you already have the plugin installed. Otherwise, you wouldn't be looking this up. You can go to the plugin and find a form that you've already built. If you want to build a new one, just click on "Add New". To autofill any field, just click into the shortcode, add open quotations, double quotes, and closed double quotes, and then add your text in. For example, maybe you want to have the same subject line every time the contact form loads. So maybe it's the text that KDG requested, "I want you to contact me." This would be the subject of the email that you receive when someone fills out this form. Actually, give this form a title. That's okay. Just gonna copy the shortcode...