How to Use Custom Fields in User Submitted Posts

Do you want to allow users to submit custom fields info through your WordPress forms? Custom fields is a powerful WordPress feature that allows you to store additional information related to your posts. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to allow users to submit custom fields info using your WordPress forms. What Are WordPress […]

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How to Customize Button Styles With CSS (With Examples)

Do you want to change the look of your forms’ buttons? WPForms allows you to make basic customization on your buttons using the drag and drop form builder. For advanced customization, you can add custom CSS snippets to your WordPress theme.  In this article, we’ll show you how to customize button styles with CSS. Customizing […]

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15 Donation Page Examples to Inspire Your Online Fundraising

Are you looking for inspiration to create a donation page for your nonprofit? Having a high-conversion donation page is crucial for your organization to meet its fundraising goals. In this article, we’ll show you some cool donation page examples, and also explain what we liked in them and what we didn’t. 1. Mozilla Mozilla’s donation […]

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Announcing WPForms 1.3.8 – Built-in Conditional Logic & New Rules

Conditional Logic has always been one of our most popular WPForms addons. And that’s no surprise… Conditional logic allows you to do some pretty neat things with your forms, including: Hide entire questions if the customer doesn’t select a specific option Add an email signup checkbox to any form Allow customers to select their preferred […]

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WP Mail SMTP Acquisition

Welcoming WP Mail SMTP to the WPForms Family

Today, I’m excited to announce that we have acquired WP Mail SMTP, the most popular SMTP plugin for WordPress, with over 600,000 active installs. Email deliverability has been a well-documented problem for all WordPress websites. However as WPForms grew, we became more aware of this painful issue that affect our users and the larger WordPress […]

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