Gravity Form Development Tips and Tricks for WordPress – WPHub

Gravity Forms is pretty much the de facto standard for form development inside of WordPress. The first thing that comes to mind is the standard “contact form” (which it’s very, very good at), but the Gravity Forms plugin can do so much more.

I have a developers license for GF, and it’s one of the first plugins I install in any website I build. I am always amazed by how much you can do with it, how many features are built in – and how easy it is to do a lot of things (that used to take much longer). Let me take you through what I’ve learned over the last few years using the plugin.

You can skip this part if you already have the plugin, but if you’re new – let me outline the reasons Gravity Forms is pretty much the de-facto forms standard within WordPress, and why using a free contact form plugin just really isn’t good enough anymore (if you build websites for clients or yourself):

via Gravity Form Development Tips and Tricks for WordPress – WPHub.

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Suzette Franck

Suzette Franck has been in web development for over twenty years; she started making hand-coded HTML websites on geocities with font tags and tables back in 1995. Since then, she has taught herself CSS, Sass, PHP, MySQL, as well as becoming a Wordpress expert; evangelizing and presenting at over twenty-two WordCamps across the country and multiple WordPress meetups in Southern California where she resides, about all aspects of building and maintaining sites on WordPress. Suzette is passionate about WordPress the application as well as the WordPress Open Source Community, and loves to code and teach others the wonders of WordPress. She is a purveyor of lowbrow art, and when she is not WordPressing, she is painting or visiting Los Angeles art galleries to add more work to her growing art collection.

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