Plugin Review: Divi Form Builder (Complete Contact Form Walkthrough)

by | Jan 2, 2022 | 0 comments

Plugin Review: Divi Form Builder (Complete Contact Form Walkthrough)

by | Jan 2, 2022 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments



Divi Form Builder is undoubtedly the most powerful form plugin for Divi. But with the extensive design options, advanced mapping features and support for login forms, registration forms and frontend post forms it has the potential to be the number one form builder for WordPress – period.

Here’s a complete walkthrough of Divi Form Builder from Divi Engine. Enjoy!

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Some of the Divi Form Builder features:

* Save and export form entries in the database
* File uploads and image uploads
* Hidden fields, password fields, datepickers and custom content (text, code and Divi Library layouts)
* Send automatic and dynamic confirmation emails to form submitters
* Honeypot spam protection and reCAPTCHA V2 and V3 support
* Tweak form labels, placeholder text and description text
* Dynamic sender name and sender email fields
* Advanced success message and error message settings (including Divi Library layouts)
* Bloom subscriptions integration for email opt-ins
* Select2 support for real-time searching in fields
* Advanced mapping options with ACF support
Conditional logic

… and much much more.

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[newsletter_form]
<div class="tnp tnp-subscription"> <form method="post" action="https://www.dienodigital.com/?na=s"> <input type="hidden" name="nlang" value=""><div class="tnp-field tnp-field-firstname"><label for="tnp-1">First name or full name</label> <input class="tnp-name" type="text" name="nn" id="tnp-1" value=""></div> <div class="tnp-field tnp-field-email"><label for="tnp-2">Email</label> <input class="tnp-email" type="email" name="ne" id="tnp-2" value="" required></div> <div class="tnp-field tnp-field-button"><input class="tnp-submit" type="submit" value="Subscribe" > </div> </form> </div>