There are no perfect plugins. In this video, explore the different options to discover the best plugin for your use case.
- [Instructor] The WordPress world … has a lot of contact forms. … Some of them are very basic and easy to set up … and others take a bit more work to set up, … but they have a lot more flexibility … and can do so much more. … And your job, as someone building a site, … is to pick the best tool for a job. … The number one thing … that I want you to take away from this course … is that there is no such thing as a best contact form. … There might be a best contact form … for a particular website, but there is no best. … We're going to cover some of the most common forms … in the WordPress space. … We're going to start with the simple … and free contact form built into Jetpack. … And later in the course, we're going to cover Ninja Forms … and Gravity Forms, both of which … are popular among developers … and people that need a bit more functionality … out of their forms. … There are dozens of other popular contact forms … that you could use and a few of them I excluded … because they haven't updated their interface for Gutenberg, …
- Choosing the right plugin for you
- Best practices with forms
- Mitigating email deliverability problems
- Using Jetpack, Ninja Forms, and Gravity Forms
- Creating and adding a basic form
- Creating extra fields
- Using conditional logic in your form
- Creating a landing page
Skill Level Beginner
WordPress Ecommerce: WooCommerce Pluginswith Patrick Rauland2h 26m Intermediate
1. An Introduction to Contact Forms
2. Using Jetpack Contact Form
3. Using Ninja Forms
4. Using Gravity Forms
5. Building a Landing Page
Create a landing page4m 5s
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