The wpforms_display_submit_after action fires just after the submit button element is displayed.


(array) Processed form settings/data, prepared to be used later.
(string) Button type, e.g. `submit`, `next`.



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The hook fires within the form’s submit button container div, after the submit button element is displayed.

As an example, you can use this hook to add HTML that’s output after the Submit button on the form.

As an alternative, you could use the wpforms_display_submit_before to display something before the Submit button.

The wpforms_display_submit_before only accepts one parameter, which is the Submit button. So therefore this particular hook would only be tied to the Submit button and not through the Next or Previous page buttons.


In our example code snippet, we are going to be checking first to see if the form ID is equal to 5. If it is, a link to a video will display just after the form’s Submit button.

Just remember to change the form ID from 5 to match the specific form ID you’re wanting to run your code on. Removing that check would run for all forms.

If you need assistance in finding your form ID, you can review this tutorial.

 * Action that fires just after the submit button element is displayed.
 * @link
 * @param array  $form_data Form data and settings.
 * @param string $button    Button type, e.g. `submit`, `next`.
function wpf_dev_display_submit_after( $form_data, $button ) {

	if ( $button !== 'submit' ) {

	// Only run on my form with ID = 5
	if ( absint( $form_data['id'] ) !== 1145 ) {

	// Display a link to a YouTube video after the submit button.
	_e( '<div class="track-click"> <a href="" data-rel="lightbox">Click here for a special video announcement!</a>.</div>', 'plugin-domain' );


add_action( 'wpforms_display_submit_after', 'wpf_dev_display_submit_after', 10, 2 );