Build beautiful, fully functional contact forms in only a few minutes without writing PHP, CSS, or HTML.
time saving validation plugin.NO need to write jquery,java scripts code.
Like the VFB plug and recommend it to WP admins. Works on my WP 4.0 site with Weaver II Theme. Many of my Forms are combined with and nested in Shortcodes Ultimate accordion splicer controls.
Visual Form Builder makes form creation very easy. I recommend a quick test drive of the free version, and if you like it, pay the twenty bucks for the Pro version, because the free one's just too easy to spam. Also because I had trouble migrating forms I had created in the free version to Pro and had to re-create all my forms after upgrading. Support was good and offered to manually enter the missing reCaptcha fields, but I had already started re-building forms (lots of them), which with VFB is no great chore.
In spite of that glitch with migration, which the developer says is rare, I recommend the plugin for its generous features, ease of use, customizability and affordability.
Form Builder works great, forms look awesome and information is stored in a very usable way.
However, confirmation letters/page redirects and e-mail delivery are clearly an issue that the developer has struggled to wipe out, so expect some frustration.
A flawless plugin with great add-ons also available. So that u pay for what u need. No problems found during migration from free to pro version.
Buying experience was great. Received the download link immediately after leaving paypal site.
I strongly recommend the add-ons (display entries and form builder)...if u need then, of course.
I hope the developer can deliver more add-ons and more upgrades as soon as possible.
Pros: GUI, price, functions, support
Cons: no customization for the Display entries add-on, no "per form" permission (per user is available!).
I have used the free version on one of my projects and It works really
well. I love the back end admin interface of the plugin. I am giving it four stars because in my opinion it still lacks the possibility of translating the front end validation messages, which I consider very important when developing a multilingual website. Other than that it is one of the best form building plugins that I have used so far.
I've tried a lot of Form Makers, but this one is my choice simply because it works!
On the whole, this plugin is great - very easy to build forms with multiple options for fields, validation, and what happens on successful submission. The ability to export is also key.
One problem is that if using "address" fieldsets, the data is lumped together into one "address" field that contains "street address", "city", "state", "ZIP", and "country" lumped into one field and separated by
<br> tags. It would be nice if these were actually stored as separate fields (and didn't contain HTML markup) so that I could import into my address book.
So as a workaround, I'll be using a combination of individual fields instead of this pre-canned "address" fieldset.