We have just published the latest episode in our series of videos entitled Frontity Talks.
In this episode we cover two topics. Michael demonstrates how to use
beforeSSR to pre-fetch data, in this case a contact form, that can then be included anywhere on your site. JuanMa then explains how to use processors to parse incoming HTML and process it.
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Contact Form 7
02:05 The question from the forum
02:45 Create a form
04:02 Create a page
04:49 The CF7 Frontity package
06:17 Check that it’s working
08:33 Pre-fetch the content with beforeSSR
11:03 Create a component to use the data
15:35 Using the Footer component
16:27 The technique works with any content
24:09 Default processors
24:24 What is a processor?
25:21 An example
26:59 Demo of a custom processor
31:15 Passing props to a custom component
32:16 Setting up a folder for processors
32:35 Using the processor in the theme
34:04 Gutenberg and page builders
35:34 Detecting elements
38:09 Components in the frontity.org website
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