Save url slug to hidden field with Fluent Forms

In this short tutorial, I am going to show you how to get the slug from a url.

1. Create the fields

We need to create two fields:

  • Text field with name attribute – plugin_url
  • Hidden field with the name attribute – plugin_slug
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2. Adding the code

We need to then hook into one of the many Fluent Form hooks that exist.

The hook we need is fluentform_insert_response_data

add_filter('fluentform_insert_response_data', 'tct_get_url_slug', 10, 3); function tct_get_url_slug($formData, $formId, $inputConfigs) { if($formId != 47) { // Replace with your Form ID return $formData; } $formData['plugin_slug'] = basename($formData['plugin_url']); return $formData; }

What we are doing in this hook is getting the input from the user. In this case it’s plugin_url and then usin g the built-in basename PHP function to extract the trailing name. (Or last part after the /)

Final output

As you can see from the image below, the function pulls the slug from the end of both url’s and saves them in the hidden field we created.

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Note: Make sure to replace your form ID

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