How to Require Users to Pay to Submit a Post in WordPress

Do you want to accept sponsored posts on your site? With WPForms, monetizing your website with sponsored posts is easy. All you need to do is to create a blog post submission form and require users to pay to submit. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to create a post submission form and accept […]

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How to Add Optional Payment to Your WordPress Forms

Do you want your visitors to be able to choose to donate to your nonprofit as they’re filling out a form? Using conditional logic, you can hide fields unless the user chooses a certain option. In this article, we’ll walk you through how to add optional payment to your WordPress form. Adding Form Fields The first thing […]

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How to Create a WordPress Contact Form With Multiple File Uploads

Do you want your users to add multiple attachments to your contact form? WPForms makes frontend file uploads easy, so you don’t need a separate WordPress file upload plugin. In this article, we’ll show you how to allow multiple file uploads using WPForms. How to Allow Multiple File Uploads Providing your users the ability to […]

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How to Allow Users to Select Recipients in a WordPress Contact Form

Do you want to allow users to decide who receives the email notification from your WordPress forms? With WPForms, you can allow your users to select which person or department the notification gets sent to. In this article, we’ll show you how to create a WordPress contact form with multiple recipients dropdown, with conditional recipients based […]

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How to Save Contacts From WordPress Forms to Google Sheets

Want to monitor your form entries in a spreadsheet? When you connect WordPress to Google Sheets, you and your team members can easily sort through and analyze the data. Here’s how to send data from your WordPress form to a Google Sheet. Saving Form Entries in Google Sheets A few benefits of saving form entries […]

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