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How to Change Namecheap Nameservers

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Purchased a domain name on Namecheap but want to use it with our premium DNS? Follow these simple steps to see how.

How to Change GoDaddy Nameservers

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Purchased a domain name on GoDaddy but want to use it with our premium DNS? Follow these simple steps.

How to Set Up Redirects on Your WordPress Site

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Setting up redirects on your website will let you redirect any traffic your broken links get to functional webpages. Here’s a brief guide to everything redirect.

How to Use SFTP to Connect to Your WordPress Site

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10Web supports SFTP for secure data transfer. Here are 3 simple steps to connect to an SFTP client and tips for choosing the client.

How to Implement Conditional Logic on WordPress Forms

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Would you like to show/hide form fields depending on user answers? Conditional logic of the WordPress Form Maker plugin allows you to create smart, user-friendly forms with complex logic. You can show the user only what they need to see and keep the forms short and straightforward. In other words, depending on the options they choose, the users see only those fields that are related to their chosen values. Employing conditional logic renders significantly more simple and comprehensible forms. Keep in mind, however, that conditional logic works only on the premium version of this plugin. If it’s something you will use on your site often, you can read up on the pricing scheme, conditions, and additional functionality on our site. Creating forms using conditional logic Let’s get started by creating the form with the WordPress Form Maker. From the submenu of the plugin go to the > Forms page, >…

How to Create GDPR-Compliant Forms on WordPress

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Do you want to create a GDPR compliant WordPress form? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which governs the private information of EU-based consumers, came into force on May 25, 2018. Although the law covers only member countries of the European Union and the United Kingdom, it could create a game-changing shift in how businesses with global presence handle privacy. Form Maker plugin, which you can install following the steps in this article, makes compliance with GDPR a breeze. Here’s how to go about it. As visitors submit a form created with Form Maker plugin, they may provide personal information along with the data they fill in. To reckon with GDPR, you can: completely disable storage of submitted information; disable IP and user data storing; request users’ consent before they submit the forms; provide and remove users’ data upon their request. Disabling the storage of submitted information In WordPress Form…

How to Configure Form Confirmations and Notifications on WordPress

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Web forms are an essential part of most websites. Configuring their confirmations and notifications will let you monitor the stats of the replies, drop a thank-you note or send out an automated email in an attempt to “humanize” your site. The initial step is installing and activating Form Maker plugin. Here’s a beginner’s guide on how to do it. In this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn how to configure the “communicativeness” of the contact form we created in a previous tutorial using WordPress Form Maker plugin. But these instructions will work on any form really. Configuring Form Confirmations and Notifications A form confirmation is what your website visitor sees after they submit the form. It could be a thank-you message or a redirection to a relevant page. Alternatively, you could choose not to have one, keeping the users on the form page. After clicking the left menu’s Form Maker, picking the form, and pressing Form…

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