Gravity Forms Basic License with Key is a WordPress plugin used originally for contact forms, but in a more general sense, it allows site owners to create forms to collect information. Gravity Forms can be used for contact forms, WordPress post creation, calculators, employment applications and more.
How to Install Gravity Forms Basic License with Key ?
GravAlso note that you can use FTP to upload the Gravity Forms Basic License with Key folder to your WordPress site. To do this, follow the How to Install Gravity Forms article.
How to create form using Gravity Forms Basic License with Key ?
- the Forms menu available when logged into WordPress, you will see a link that says New Form. When you click on New Form, you will be presented with a box asking for the Title and Description of the new form. You must give your form a name before you can begin, but you can change that name later if needed. Once you’ve filled out the field(s), click Create Form.
- The form field toolbox consists of an accordion interface that allows you to select which field types you would like to add to your form. To add a form field to your form simply click on the field you would like to add and it will be added to the bottom of your form.
- You may edit individual form fields by hovering over the field you would like to edit and click on the Edit link. This will display the field editor interface and enable you to fine tune the available field options. To reorder fields on your form, drag and drop them to arrange them in the desired order.
- After you have edited the Form Settings and added your desired Form Fields, click the Update Form button at the bottom of the form editor to save your new form.
How to create and add from to your site Gravity Forms Basic License with Key ?
This section contains articles that cover the three primary ways to embed a form into your website. Choose the one that describes the method you are most comfortable with.
- Creating a Form Using Classic Editor — use the Add Form button or insert the short code manually using the classic editor (for those using WordPress 4.9 or less, or still working in the classic WP editor).
- Creating a Form Using Blocks — learn how to create a form in WordPress 5 and beyond by using the hin your site’s theme file.
- Import an existing form template, and check out our library of pre-built starter templates Gravity Forms Basic License with Key block.
- Adding a Form Using a Theme File or Hooks — for advanced users, you can utilize a function call wit
Additionally, we have some additional detail regarding shortcodes, and how they constructed when adding a form to your site.
Add Gravity Forms using Classic editor
Add Form Button
From the Page or Post Editor, click the Add Form button in the Upload/Insert toolbar. This is located to the left of the Visual/Text tabs in the body text editor.
Clicking the Add Form button will activate the Insert A Form modal window.
Select a form from the Select a Form dropdown. If you are unable to find your form in the dropdown list, return to the Edit Forms page and ensure that your form is active.
Once you have selected a form, you can specify the following options:
- Display form title
Checking this option will display the form title.
- Display form description
Checking this option will display the form description.
- Enable AJAX
Checking this option will enable your form to be submitted via AJAX. Submitting the form via AJAX allows the form to be submitted without requiring a page refresh. Note: Due to limitations with reCAPTCHA, forms containing a reCAPTCHA field will not be submitted via AJAX even if this option is enabled.
Located under Advanced Options, this lets you specify the starting tab index for the fields of this form.
After you have specified your desired options, click the Insert Form button to automatically insert the Gravity Forms Basic License with Keyshortcode into the body of the page/post content you are editing. Don’t forget to save the changes!
Add Code Manually Using a Shortcode
If you would like to build the WordPress shortcode manually, then insert the shortcode into the body of the page or post you would like the form to appear in.
See this article for more information on form shortcodes.