How to Create Clutter-Free Forms with Smart Logic

Do you want to show or hide questions on your form based on the options the user selects? You can declutter your lengthy forms and increase your completion rate using a special feature called conditional logic. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create customized forms with smart logic. How Smart Forms Help You […]

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How to Allow Users to Leave Reviews on Your WordPress Website

How to Allow Users to Leave Reviews on Your WordPress Website

Do you want to enable user reviews on your site?  Customer reviews and testimonials can greatly increase sales using a psychology phenomenon known as social proof. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to allow users to leave a review on your WordPress website. Creating Your Review Form The first thing you need to do is install […]

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How to Style Contact Forms

How to Style Contact Forms in WordPress (With Examples)

Do you want to change the look of your forms?  Out of the box, your forms may look rather plain on your site.  Thankfully, WPForms can be easily customized using CSS in your WordPress theme. In this article, we’ll show you how to style contact forms in WordPress. If you don’t know how to write CSS code, don’t worry. We […]

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4 Clever Web Form Hacks to Unlock Hidden Customer Data

Are you maximizing the information you can gather from your customers?  With a little help, you can increase the amount of data you discover when visitors submit forms on your website. In this article, we will reveal hidden customer data that will help you: Detect Secret Spammers Discover Visitor Location Keep Private Notes Reveal What Works […]

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3 Steps to Use Gmail to Send WordPress Emails

Are you missing email notifications of form submissions to your site? With a few changes to your website settings, you can easily fix this problem.  In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use Gmail to send WordPress emails for form notifications. Why You Aren’t Getting Form Emails By default, WordPress uses the PHP mail() […]

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