HTML Forms is not just another form plugin and certainly not just another form builder.
While form builders can be great for some, we think they are also severely limiting your flexibility and slow to work with.
Add to that the fact that most form builders drastically slow down your site and we’re convinced a better (and simpler!) alternative exists.
HTML Forms aims to be that simpler alternative. Here’s what makes HTML Forms different from other form builders.
- You have full control over the form HTML. No limitations. If you want, we’ll help you in generating the field HTML though.
- You can configure an unlimited amount of actions to run when a form is successfully submitted. For example, to send an email to yourself and another to the person that submitted the form.
- In these emails, you can access your form field values by referencing the field name. For example:
- Each form submission is automatically saved in your database and can be viewed in a simple table format.
Other features include:
- Hide form or redirect to URL after a successful submission.
- Configurable form messages.
- Field validation.
Use the WordPress.org plugin forums for community support where we try to help all of our users. If you found a bug, please create an issue on Github where we can act upon them more efficiently.
HTML Forms is being developed on GitHub. If you want to collaborate, please look at ibericode/html-forms.
Overview of forms in HTML Forms.
Editing form fields.
Sending an email when a form is submitted.
Viewing saved form submissions.
Hide form or redirect to URL after form submission.
Configurable form messages.