Zendesk Ticket Form into your WordPress site.
Yetix helps you to add your Zendesk request form in one click into a post or a page.
Zendesk® is a registered trademark of Zendesk Inc.
You need to have a Zendesk account to use this plugin.
With Yetix Request Form you can easily:
Create your own request form based on default fields or/and your custom fields, created into your Zendesk’s settings.
Define the behaviour and the timeout after the user has filled out the form (stay in the same page or go to another page).
Yetix Request Form adopts the design choices made by your theme. If your theme doesn’t have any style for forms, we added some “basic Classes” to prevent any troubles.
“Yetix Request Form” is one of the Yetix WordPress Plugins For Zendesk made by Whodunit Agency.
Whodunit is a full-remote French WordPress agency. Founded in 2009, we are deeply involved in open-source development. Whodunit is the biggest agency in France in terms of contribution to WordPress ecosystem.
We are building tailor-made editorial experiences for our clients and also providing high-level maintenance services. This activity is strongly dependent on our involvement in WordPress core development.
Using our experience with WordPress and Zendesk, we decided to create several plugins for helping people to easily integrate Zendesk into their WordPress site.
If you have some dreams, ideas, or suggestions, send here in the support forum your wishes.
Yetix is translated into English (UK) (English (UK)) and Français (French (France)).
If you would like to translate the form into your language, please click here.
We don’t store any data submitted via the form in our database or website’s database. All information is directly sent to the Zendesk API (see Zendesk’s policy on this page
On your Zendesk dashboard, you can generate your API key
If you need more information, read this part
You can add your own CSS in your style.css or go to Appearance>Customize>Additional CSS and add the code there
It will be possible in the next version. keep updated:here:
add wordpress.org translation support.
fix translated string typo
when settings are saved, return an appropriate response when settings do not change
add fields order support