Understanding how your visitors navigate your website and interact with your content is vital for optimizing site performance and conversions. In fact, by knowing what your visitors are up to on the daily can help you can better convert those same visitors into leads, sales, and loyal repeat customers.
Trying to sift through all of the data your WordPress website generates can be confusing and overwhelming. Especially if you do not know where to start. However, by educating yourself on what to look for, you can use that information to get on the path to success.
That’s why today we are going to further discuss the exceptional User Insights plugin and see what awesome features are included to help you make sense of your WordPress user data.
Everybody loves Gravity Forms and for a good reason! It works great and looks awesome… but what if you wanted to change the appearance of some of those form fields?
Maybe putting a phone field to the right of an email field? How about splitting a ton of checkboxes into three columns or making a scrollable agreement box? It’s all possible!
Using CSS Ready Classes for Gravity Forms (click that link to open it in a new tab) will help you do all that and more!
There are plenty of businesses and web developers out there who have the need to showcase a certain type of directory listing on their sites. Be it to show all the cars on a car dealer’s website, or to list job posts, or even to just display your forms’ entries in a simple table style, you will need a plugin that can make it easy and efficient, while looking sleek and professional. GravityView seems to do just that. GravityView is a plugin developed by Zack Katz at Katz Web Services, the developer behind the original Gravity Forms Directory add-on plugin. After deciding to improve on his directory plugin, he came up with this – an easier to use and more powerful version.
Today, we are going to talk about Gravity Forms, which is one of the standout plugins in form generation. It has already been used over half a million WordPress websites. Most of the online resources will state Gravity Forms as a contact form and lead generation plugin. But I can guarantee you that Gravity Forms is lot more than just simple form creation plugin. Let’s get started on exploring the wide range of features of this amazing plugin and its important for us as developers and site owners.
Contact forms are essential on pretty much any website, and while WordPress does not have any in-built functionality to create such forms, there are a number of plugins that are perfect for this purpose. In fact, some of them are much more than contact form creators, you can build any kind of form with them, including questionnaires and polls. Lets take a look at the best ones.
Forms are an essential part of every website, so lets take a look at the best plugins for forms in WordPress.
One of the most common questions I get asked from people who are new to WordPress, and others who have already been using it for a while, is the following:
Can you tell me which are the best plugins for WordPress?
Now any best WordPress plugins list will probably differ in that the author will have preferences based on the kind of sites he has. However there are quite a number of plugins that I tend to use on most WordPress sites I build, and those are the ones I will be listing here today.