Wufoo Forms WordPress Embed Shortcode

I tossed this together a while ago, and it even made it in to bSuite for a time, but I don’t have a need for it anymore, and I’m cleaning house.

function shortcode_wufoo( $arg ){
 // [wufoo id=z7x4m0 domain=place.wufoo.com]

 $arg = shortcode_atts( array(
 'id' => FALSE,
 'domain' => FALSE,
 'height' => 500,
 ), $arg );

 if( !$arg['id'] || !$arg['domain'] )
 return( FALSE );

 return( str_replace( array( '%%id%%','%%domain%%','%%height%%' ), array( $arg['id'], $arg['domain'], $arg['height'] ), '<iframe height="%%height%%" allowTransparency="true" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" style="width:100%; border:none" src="https://%%domain%%/embed/%%id%%/"><a href="http://%%domain%%/forms/%%id%%/">Fill out my Wufoo form!</a></iframe>' ));
}
add_shortcode( 'wufoo', 'shortcode_wufoo' );

Download the simple plugin here: wufoo_shortcode.php. Save it as wufoo_shortcode.php, upload it to your WordPress’ wp-content/plugins/ directory, then activate it.

To use it you’ll have to have a Wufoo account and forms. Then simple put in a shortcode like this [wufoo id=z7x4m0 domain=place.wufoo.com] in one of your posts or pages. The result will look like this.

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