A Quick guide to Display WPForms Entries on site
WPForms is a powerful WordPress plugin that allows you to create custom forms for your website. WForms Views addon lets you display WPForms entries on the frontend of your site. This addon is extremely useful if you want to display user-submitted data on your site, such as testimonials, customer reviews, or job listings.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to display WPForms entries on the frontend of your site using the WPForms Views addon.
Step 1: Install WPForms and WPForms Views Addon
First, you’ll need to install and activate the WPForms plugin on your WordPress site. You can download the plugin from the WordPress plugin repository or purchase it from the WPForms website.
Once you’ve installed WPForms, you’ll need to purchase and install the WPForms Views addon. You can purchase the addon from pricing page.
Step 2: Create a Form
Next, you’ll need to create a form that will capture user-submitted data. To create a form, go to WPForms » Add New in your WordPress dashboard. You can choose from a variety of form templates, or create a custom form from scratch.
Once you’ve created your form, make sure to enable entry storage so that user-submitted data is saved to your WordPress site.
Step 3: Create a View
Now that you’ve created your form, you can create a view that will display your form entries on the frontend of your site. To create a view, go to WPForms » Views in your WordPress dashboard.
Click on the “Add New” button to create a new view. Give your view a name and select the form you want to display entries for. You can also choose which fields to display and add filters to limit the data that is displayed.
Step 4: Display the View on the Frontend
Now that you’ve created your view, you can display it on the frontend of your site. To do this, you can use the WPForms Views shortcode, which is provided when you create a new view.
To display your view, simply copy the shortcode and paste it into the post or page where you want to display the entries. When you publish the post or page, you’ll see the entries displayed in the frontend.
By using the WPForms Views addon, you can easily display user-submitted data on the frontend of your site. This addon is perfect for displaying testimonials, customer reviews, or any other type of user-generated content. By following the steps outlined in this tutorial, you can create a view that displays your form entries and display it on the frontend of your site in just a few clicks.