- 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
- [Instructor] One thing you need to include in just about every website is a contact form, and these should never be overlooked because they help you get new clients, project proposals, guest posts, or general inquiries. This course is going to cover best practices for contact forms, and we're going to show you how to create a contact form with some of the most popular options in the WordPress world. We'll start with the easier and free options, and work our way up to the more complex and more expensive options. I'll also show you some of the advanced and unique features for each form. Hi there, I'm Patrick Rauland. I've been a WordPress Developer for almost a decade, and I've built a lot of sites for clients, as well as for my own projects. Let's get going.
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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