WordPress has lot of different form plugins to use with your website. WPForms is a WordPress press plugin that is probably in the upper tier of form plugins.
I did a WPForms review and quick tutorial, you can view the video below…
Overall I think WPForms is a good WordPress form plugin that gets the job done.
Favorite Features of WPForms
One of my favorite features of WPForms is that is saves the form entries in the backend of the website. That can be a life saver if any of your clients ever lose an important lead or form contact.
They also have built in css code for multiple columns, which is a nice feature. In the tutorial video I show how to make multiple column layouts in WPForms.
In my opinion, I would say that WPForms is comparable to Gravity Forms and Fluent Forms, but I haven’t compared them side-by-side. So, I don’t know which one would be the winner.
I really enjoyed working with WPForms and really like some of their integrations with Stripe and PayPal plus the user registration is pretty big as well.
I’m also high on the fact that they do have a Get Response email marketing integration, since that is who I use for my autoresponder.
I’m currently on the Pro plan for WPForms, but there is one level above which includes a few more integrations including Authorize.net and others I detail in the review video.
Inline Forms with WPForms
You can also make your forms inline with a WPForms CSS class “inline-fields”.
This is particular effective on landing pages with stand alone email options.
The responsiveness when using the CSS code is still there. The button neatly goes below the email input form for a full width look as shown in the above video.
Needless to say, but WPForms can be used by beginners or developers. The webhooks integration makes it to where really anyone can use this plugin.