WordPress Integration

Forms for WordPress

Do you have a WordPress website? If so, you should see how easy it is to add a public web form to your site with our Forms product.

The form can be as complex as necessary – it can have Tabs or Accordions to divide it into parts, use DataTable control to allow users fill-in a table, include an Attachments field, protect form from unwanted submissions with reCaptcha, and use advance JavaScript validation. The form provided as an example on this page also has some of these features, including field validation for email and phone number.

All form submissions are handled by MS Flow, you just need to subscribe to submissions of a particular form with our Flow connector. The example form on this page does not handle submissions in any way, so you can test any inputs and see how the form may look on your site.

Adding a form to the site

How to add a form to your site? This can be done in three easy steps:

  1. Register an account and install the designer – you can find more information on installation here.
  2. Design the form – design your own form by following our tutorial.
  3. Publish it to the site – simply copy the widget and insert it onto a page, like so:
  4. Form in WP Interface

    We also recommend to check out our How-to documentation in order to find out how to handle submissions in MS Flow to collect the data from the forms.

An example form