Adding Forms to Your Website
There are various ways to add a form to your website, such as via a WordPress Block or visual editor such as Elementor, Beaver Builder or Divi.
Creating a Form
How to create a new form using WS Form. Create forms from a template or start from scratch with a blank form.
Debug Console – Testing and Debugging Forms
Learn how to use the WS Form debug console to rapidly test and debug forms.
When a form is saved or submitted, WS Form can send one or more emails acknowledging the form submission.
The settings page enables you to configure all of the global settings for WS Form. It is accessed from the WordPress admin menu.
Learn how to install and activate the WS Form plugin in WordPress.
Watch this brief video to learn more about the key features of WS Form PRO.
How to license WS Form and where to find your license keys if you lose them.
When you are ready to publish your form and make it live, click the 'Publish' button.
The Anatomy of a Form
Learn how WS Form organizes forms into tabs, sections and fields.
The Variable Cheat Sheet
While you can achieve a whole lot in WS Form without using variables, you can create even more dynamic and powerful forms using them.