Step By Step Guide to adding a form to your website

Step-by-Step Guide to Adding Gravity Forms to a page.

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Adding forms to your website can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right tools, you can quickly and easily create forms on your WordPress website—and even customize them with various plugins. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to add Gravity Forms to your WordPress website using Elementor and the Ultimate Addon for Elementor. Let’s get started!

Step 1: Install Gravity Forms Plugin and Activate It

The first step is to install and activate the Gravity Forms plugin. To do this, go to Plugins > Add New in your WordPress dashboard and search for “Gravity Forms”. Once you’ve found it, click “Install Now” and then “Activate”. This will enable the basic form-building features of Gravity Forms on your website.

Step 2: Install Ultimate Addon for Elementor Plugin and Activate It

Next, you’ll need to install the Ultimate Addon for Elementor plugin. This plugin adds additional features to Elementor that make designing complex forms easier. To install it, go back to Plugins > Add New in your WordPress dashboard and search for “Ultimate Addon for Elementor”. Click “Install Now” and then “Activate”. Once activated, you’ll see a new tab appear at the bottom of the main menu in your WordPress dashboard called “Ultimate Elements”.

Step 3: Create a new Form with a Gravity Forms


Step 4: Add the Gravity Form to any page on your website.

To do this, create a new page or open an existing one that you want to add a form to. Then simply drag-and-drop an instance of the Gravity Form widget onto your page canvas. You can customize all aspects of the form including colors, fonts, text labels etc., as well as adjust settings related to how users submit their information (e.g., redirecting them after submission). Once all of these options are set up correctly, click “Publish” or “Update” at the top right corner of your page editor window in order for changes or additions made from within this widget be applied live on your website frontend viewable by visitors.

As you can see from this tutorial, adding forms with Gravity Forms using Elementor and the Ultimate Addon for Elementor is fast and easy! All it takes is three simple steps—installation of both plugins; customizing a form inside of Elementor; publishing/updating any changes made within that widget—and you’re ready to go! So why wait? Get going now! And if you run into any issues along the way don’t hesitate reach out—we’re here help! Have fun!

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