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Music Haidee one from WP learning lab. In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to add hidden fields with dynamic data to your Contact Form 7 fields. Now, this is done without the use of jQuery or JavaScript, so there's no coding involved. Adjustable shortcodes make it really easy, but there are limitations. You're limited to about 10 or 11 different types of dynamic data you can input. You can input your own custom data very easily, and you can only edit a few hidden fields. So, you couldn't populate a visible field with dynamic data in your form using this method. A much more flexible approach is using JavaScript and jQuery to do it. You can put dynamic data into any field, including hidden fields. But this method works pretty well and it might do exactly what you need in a very easy to execute way. Let's go ahead and add some fields that have dynamic data. First, I'm going to just load the basic form we'll be working with. So, it's just a very basic form. And this is it right here. And if we go to plugins and add new, we're going to look up "Contact Form 7 modules". When this plugin is installed, it actually installs two plugins instead of just one. I've never seen that before. But what it adds is the "hidden fields" plugin and also the "send all fields" plugin, which is also a cool feature. But in this video, we're focusing on hidden fields with dynamic data. So, if we go to our contact form editor, the plugin is installed and we go to edit our basic contact form, we have a new button labeled "hidden". So, if we make some space after the submit button and we click on...