WS Form is designed to work with without requiring any additional software or configuration to WordPress. If your WordPress hosting is not configured properly, you might receive the error message ‘Whoops! WordPress is not configured properly.’ when you first use the plugin. This occurs when WS Form tries to access the WordPress API system and is...
File Uploads Appear as Code in Email
If your email is interpreting file uploads as jumble of letters (also know as Base64 encoding), you will need to disable inline images in emails. This only happens in some email readers. Mac Mail, for example, does not have this issue and shows inline images correctly. An example of this in GMail is shown below:...
403 Forbidden Error Message
A 403 Forbidden error message while editing your form may be the result of your hosting provider using mod_security. LiteSpeed web server, by default, has mod_security enabled. This is not a problem with WS Form and the same issue may affect other WordPress plugins or features you are using, including simple tasks such as uploading images....