Contact Form in WordPress Plugin WPForms Lite
Are you struggling to add a contact form to your WordPress site? All website must need a contact form, Then only people can contact you about your services. In this Blog, we will tell you how to create a contact form in WordPress (step by step) without touching a single line of code.
Step 1. Install a Contact Form Plugin in WordPress
In this contact form tutorial, we will use WPForms Lite plugin because it’s free and easy to configure.
You can install this plugin 1st logging into your WordPress site dashboard and going to Plugins » Add New.
In the search field, type WPForms and then click on the Install Now button.
After the plugin is installed, make sure you activate the plugin.
Step 2. How to Create a New Contact Form in WordPress
Now you are ready to create a New WPForms contact form in WordPress.
Select WPForms, click on the WPForms menu and go to Add New.
This will open the WPForms drag & drop form page builder. Let’s start by give the name for contact form and then select your contact form template.
WPForms Lite free pre-built form templates (Blank or Simple Contact Form). But you can use these two to create just about any type of contact form you like.
For example, we will go ahead and select Simple Contact Form. It will add the Name, Email, and Message fields.
You can click on the field to edit them. You can also use your mouse to drag & drop the field order.
If you want to add a new field, simply select from the available fields on the left.
When you’re done click on the Save button.
Step 3. Configuring Form Notification and Confirmations
Now that you have created your WordPress form, it’s important that you properly configure the form notification and form confirmation.
Form Confirmation is what your website visitor sees after they submit the form. It could be a thank you message or you can redirect them to a special page.
Form Notification is the email you get after someone submits the contact form on your WordPress site.
You can customize both of those by going to the Settings tab inside the WPForms form builder.
We usually leave the form confirmation by default Thank You message. However, you can change it to redirect to a specific page if you like.
The best part about WPForms is that the default settings are ideal for beginners. When you go the notification settings, all fields will be pre-filled dynamically.
The warnings as a matter, of course, are sent to the Admin Email that you have setup on your site. In the event that you need to send it to a custom email address, at that point you can change that. On the off chance that you need to send the notice to various messages, at that point simply isolate each email address by a comma.
Step 4. Adding WordPress Contact Form in a Page
Now that you are done configuring your WordPress contact form, it’s time to embed it in a page.
We will be using the WordPress contact form shortcode to add the form in a page. Simply click on the Add Form button at the top and select the form you want to add.
A contact form shortcode will be added to your page content. Now go ahead and save your page to preview it. You Done it.