HDForms Wordpress Plugin - Rating, Reviews, Demo & Download

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Plugin Description

HDForms was designed and built to be a super easy system to create forms of any size. The forms are automatically validated for user input, sanitized for security, and, of course, sent without fuss!


A video is currently being made that will highlight just how easy HDForms is to use. Check back soon!

Features include:

  • Super easy to use (I really can’t express enough how easy HDForms is to use)
  • Will work with just about any well-coded theme right out of the box
  • Mobile-friendly (responsive design)
  • Form builder (drag and drop)
  • Custom toggles and triggers to show/hide elements
  • Emails are automatically built and validated
  • Pretty 🙂

Pretty much all of the standard features required for a form builder, with more options coming soon.

Upcoming Features

The following features are not yet included in HDForms, but are on the road map for future updates. Some of these features will be finalized in the next couple of weeks, others may be months down the line. This list is not in order of importance.

  • Phone number input element
  • File uploader element
  • Force semantic elements (global option)
  • Force HDForms style, inherit all styles from theme, or hybrid (only inherit inputs)


Full tutorial and documentation is still being written. This section, along with a link to the full documentation will be updated ASAP.

First, create a new form. Select a listed element to to open up the options for that element, and add it to the form. Add as many elements as needed, and reorder them with a drag-and-drop. You can also drag-and-drop elements into a column.

Once ready, save the form. The shortcode for the form can be found on the form edit page (content tab) or on the HDForms -> All Forms page. Just copy and paste the shortcode anywhere on the site to render the form. You can also use WordPress’s do_shortcode() function to render the form: <?php echo do_shortcode("[hdf form = "formId"]"); ?>


You can view the HDForms About / Options page to see an example of how triggers and toggles work.

Setting up triggers is by far the most complicated thing to do, but I hope that this quick tutorial will help.

You’ll need to know two things in order to create triggers. The trigger element, and the toggle element. The trigger element is the element that we check if its input has changed, and the toggle element is the element we either show or hide. In the above example, the trigger element is the checkboxes (specifically the one for “other”), and the toggle element is the text input.

In HDForms, each element you create gets a special and unique ID. You can find this ID by selecting the element to edit it. You’ll need to get the ID of the trigger element and paste it into the toggle element’s “Trigger Element” field. That’s it! By default, the toggle element will remain hidden unless the trigger element gets some data.

But what about, for example, like above, where I only want the toggle to happen if a certain checkbox is selected? In this case we also want to pass along what “option” we want the trigger to work on (note: this is ony for radio or checkboxes). This can be easily done by adding [x] to the end of the ID, where x is the number of the option. So in the above example, “other” is the fourth (4) listed option, so I would append [4] to the end of the ID. A full example trigger element id might look something like this hdf_3481_checkbox_oxpkhp[4]


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