Elementor makes creating contact forms an easy, cost-effective solution for increasing leads on your website. Simply drag-and-drop for an efficient WordPress contact form experience!
Start by opening a page where you would like to place your contact form, then drag the WPForms widget from the panel on the left onto it.
Add a Form Widget
As soon as a user registers with your website, they need to provide their name, email address, consent form and potentially password in order to gain access. A form is an invaluable way of collecting this data – however not all forms are created equal; some might lack visual appeal or be poorly designed resulting in missed registration opportunities.
However, you can make the most out of your form by using a WordPress plugin like WP Forms. This plugin is easy to use and features plenty of great tools. To begin using it on a page or post, locate and click on the blue Edit with Elementor button before navigating to Basic Widgets WP Forms widget on left sidebar – drag this to where your form should go – update or publish page when finished!
Edit the Widget
To ensure your form is operating at full efficiency, it’s crucial that you review its settings closely. For instance, you could modify the default Title and Description or enable Default Answers so users are provided with answers if they leave any field blank.
Change the error messages displayed if a user does not complete required fields, or an issue arises during submission process, to add more personalized touches and ensure your form will complement your website’s overall look and feel.
After you have edited your form to your satisfaction, the next step should be publishing or updating the page where it will be displayed. Once this page is live, your contact form should appear directly on that page that was designed with Elementor – although you can embed it elsewhere using shortcode widgets or create new pages using Elementor to edit.
Add a Field
Add forms to your WordPress website easily using Formidable’s free form builder plugin. Just drag and drop a Form widget onto any page, edit as necessary, and access Formidable’s Display Options panel on the left of your editor for additional control of form display options.
Start by assigning each field the correct Form Type, Label and Placeholder settings. This enables visitors to easily recognize them. Furthermore, you may wish to include a Required setting which prevents visitors from submitting forms without providing any data.
Test your form in the Front End Editor by selecting “Edit with Elementor” button within any WordPress post or page, once satisfied you can publish and begin collecting leads through your website! Integrating forms with data management services may provide better marketing and business development. Plugins offering additional form features could also prove helpful.
Customize the Field
As soon as you add a field to your form, you can edit its details so that they comply with submission processes – for instance you could edit Reply-To so that emails go directly to a specific email address.
Manage Column Width of Field and display or hide its Label. Additionally, edit Required and Invalid Messages that will appear to end-users if something goes amiss in their submission process.
Elementor’s built-in form builder may not provide all of the advanced features found in popular forms plugins, like Gravity Forms. If you require features like multiple forms, conditional logic, integrations and data management services a more advanced builder should be used such as this plugin with visual page editor support such as Gravity Forms that come equipped with add-ons that allow easy customization of forms such as theirs.