Have you ever wanted to add a custom form to your WordPress Blog or Website?
There are a lot of free WordPress plugins to do this. You can easily find some good contact forms out there, with Captchas to help prevent SPAM.
But what if you want to create a custom form to collect more detailed information? One of my clients was migrating from a static HTML website over to WordPress and wanted some help setting up a custom form.
I used a very powerful WordPress plugin called CForms. You can create almost any kind of form with this plugin, but it is a little intimidating to get started with if you haven’t used it before.
So I created a video that shows how I set up his form – I hope this is useful to you if you are looking to set up a custom form on your WordPress site!
Update: I am now using Gravity Forms instead of CForms for all my custom forms. It is a much more flexible and easy to use tool.
What tools are you using to put custom forms on your website or blog? Please let me know in the comments below!
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