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Gravity Forms: More Than a WordPress Contact Form Plugin

Gravity Forms: More Than a WordPress Contact Form Plugin

For whatever website you are developing, be it a company site, a portfolio, a personal blog, or an online shop, a contact form page is essential. So, your visitors or customers can communicate with you for inquiries, suggestions, corrections, or any issues. Here we’ll...

Tips for Using Gravity Forms

Tips for Using Gravity Forms

Inserting the following snippets into your WordPress child themes’ functions.php file will activate some nice effects on Gravity Forms. Read code descriptions for additional details. Gravity Forms Tips /* ** Gravity Forms - Implementing a Read Only Field for the...

A Guide to Gravity Forms 2.5: Everything You Need to Know!

A Guide to Gravity Forms 2.5: Everything You Need to Know!

With the latest version of Gravity Forms now live, we want to be sure everyone in our community is fully informed about the exciting new changes that this update brings. Gravity Forms 2.5 is one of the most important releases that we've ever seen, incorporating a...

6 Tips to Reduce Spam Form Entries

6 Tips to Reduce Spam Form Entries

If you have forms on public web pages, you’re bound to get some spam. Spam form entries are a frustrating part of collecting leads, growing an email list, and giving people opportunities to contact you. Why is spam so common? Because spammers set up spam bots. These...

6 Tips to Optimize Your Registration Forms

6 Tips to Optimize Your Registration Forms

Registration forms serve many purposes. You might use them to register people for a webinar or live event. You might use them to capture email addresses for your newsletter. Or maybe you want users to sign up for your SaaS product or an ecommerce account. However you...

9 Exciting Things You Can Do With Gravity Forms

9 Exciting Things You Can Do With Gravity Forms

Regardless of what kind of website you run, forms can be very useful. They’re a simple and efficient way to build your email subscriber list, collect user feedback, enable customers to get in touch, and more. The first step to using them effectively in WordPress is...

Tips For Styling Beautiful Forms

Tips For Styling Beautiful Forms

Have you ever seen a design that makes you want to rip your eyes out? Yeah, we all have. In fact, even a beautiful website with an ugly form on a single page can ruin the entire experience. We’ve seen a lot of forms (including the millions powered by Gravity Forms),...

15 Best Gravity Forms Addons & Extensions

15 Best Gravity Forms Addons & Extensions

1. Gravity Extra Add-Ons INFO & DOWNLOADVIEW THE DEMO The important thing to understand about Gravity Extra is it’s not a single add on. It’s a bundle of Gravity Forms addons (over thirty, in fact). All add-ons are modular, so you’re free only to use the ones you...

11+ Top Best Gravity Forms Addons Free & Paid (2021)

11+ Top Best Gravity Forms Addons Free & Paid (2021)

Gravity Forms is one of the most popular and probably the best plugins to create advanced WordPress forms for your site with. In this post, I will cover some of the best Gravity Forms addons that allow you to take your forms to the next level. It will cover certified...

Ultimate Guide To Using Gravity Forms in WordPress

Ultimate Guide To Using Gravity Forms in WordPress

Many websites can benefit from a form function where you can create forms for visitors to fill out. You might want to include a contact form for visitors to get in touch with you, a signup form for a newsletter, or a survey to evaluate the user experience. There are...

5 Must Use Tips in Gravity Forms

5 Must Use Tips in Gravity Forms

Here are Five Must Use Tips to use inside of Gravity Forms on your WordPress website. Kori Ashton helps you better understand why Gravity Forms is worth every penny! These 5 Tips will help you use it to the best of its capability – See more below #1 – AJAX #2 – Tab...

5 Tips and Tricks for Gravity Forms

5 Tips and Tricks for Gravity Forms

1. Dropdown validation Gravity Forms lets you choose which form fields are required on any given form. This gives you plenty of flexibility. However, making dropdowns required can be tricky. I like to put a ‘-‘ for the first value of a dropdown, but somehow this was...