Ninja Forms for WordPress: A Comprehensive Overview WordPress has quite a few form plugins to choose from. Some are easy to use but have limited features while others have lots of features but can be complicated to use. WP Ninja Forms shows that it doesn’t have to be this way. Ninja Forms is a simple form builder with lots of features and it can even be expanded further, giving you the tools to build any type of form easily. In this review I take a look at Ninja Forms and a few of its add-ons.
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Quform - WordPress Form Builder Featured in Web Designer magazine They go on to say… New projects for any business start with an enquiry, so if you can show your customers how well you will look after them with a simple form, you might find it’s not long before Quform pays for itself – many times over. – www.webdesignermag.co.uk – issue 208 If you use WordPress, require custom forms and don’t like wasting time or simply don’t want to touch any code then this is the must have tool for you. Quform is an advanced WordPress plugin that allows you to quickly and easily build multiple forms with total control. If it’s a complex quote or booking form or just a simple contact form, Quform will allow you to do this without touching any code. Everything You Need To Know About The iThemes Security Plugin WordPress sites are attacked by hackers every day. Many sites fall prey to hackers simply because they’re not secure enough. They don’t have enough to protect them. Some only have simple protection that hackers have little trouble getting around.
Facebook The Facebook plugin for WordPress adds Facebook social plugins to your WordPress site. Associate your WordPress site with a free Facebook application identifier to enable advanced features such as automatically sharing new posts to an author's Facebook Timeline or your site's Facebook Page. This plugin is developed by Facebook with extra support for popular plugins and themes, custom post types, and custom post statuses.
Wordpress Plugin – Slick Contact Forms Updated 21st September 2012 Creates widgets, which add customisable contact forms using either floating/drop down tabs or sticky, slide out tabs. Form processed using jQuery & AJAX – no page refresh!Allows multiple contact forms per page & multiple recipients.Location of the floating or sliding tab easily set from the widget control panel.Each form includes up to 3 text input fields, one text area & a text intro.Customise text labels, type of validation & error messages.Validation with animated error messagesShortcodes to open/close the contact form using external links. The contact form also includes a “Honeypot” style captcha to help minimize spam – this works by having a blank input field hidden from view of the user but visible to spambots.
How to Add a Table of Contents to Your WordPress Posts & Pages In-depth, long-form articles are great for getting all of the information you’ll need on a subject, but wading through them can take up precious time that you don’t have – this is the Information Age after all. One of the best things you can do to improve user experience when reading mammoth posts is to implement a table of contents into your articles. That way, visitors get to skip the content they’re uninterested in, and read the important parts immediately. In this post, we’ll clarify exactly what a table of contents is, show you how to add one to your own website, then show you how to implement one in Divi. How To Scan Your WordPress Website For Hidden Malware As the most popular content management system online, WordPress websites are a common target for hackers, spammers, and other malicious parties. That is why it is vital to take measures to make your website more secure. The goal of most hackers is to infect your website with malware. Common malware threats include:
How To Find Out Which WordPress Plugins Are Making Your Site Slow High Loading Times = Bad SEO! Google, with their emphasis on Site Speed and loading times, has made it clear to website owners that slow sites will not be tolerated! While it’s very challenging for a WordPress blog to hit (or be under) the preferred 2 second mark, unless it’s only running a theme and no plugins… by the time we layer on some fancy-dancy plugins these sites can get downright slow! While Google’s own Matt Cutts reminds us not to neglect user experience by skipping on essentials, we’re also reminded by the WordPress Core (development) team that a site with 12 plugins is rapidly approaching “overload”.
WP Contact Form - fast & secure How to install Fast Secure Contact form on WordPress: Follow these instructions: Install automatically through the Plugins, Add New menu in WordPress, or upload the si-contact-form folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress. Custom Post Template — WordPress Plugins Provides a drop-down to select different templates for posts from the post edit screen. The templates are defined similarly to page templates, and will replace single.php for the specified post. This plugin will NOT switch the templates for the different posts in a listing page, e.g. a date or category archive, it will only affect the template used for single posts (i.e. you can choose a template which is not single.php). Post templates, as far as this plugin is concerned, are configured similarly to page templates in that they have a particular style of PHP comment at the top of them. Each post template must contain the following, or similar, at the top: First note: Page templates use "Template Name:", whereas post templates use "Template Name Posts:".