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Browser Cache: What Is It & How to Clear It?

5 MIN READ

Short and simple steps to clear your browser cache on Chrome, Firefox and Edge.

How to Build a User Registration Form on WordPress

4 MIN READ

To allow users to add comments, create posts, or upload media on your website, you need to register them with their respective WordPress user roles. Expand the features of Form Maker plugin and create user registration forms with WordPress Registration extension. Whether the new user is an Editor, Author, or Administrator, you can let them use one simple form to register. User registration lets you enhance marketing strategies as you can provide bonuses, discounts, and offers only to the registered users. WordPress has built-in functionality to allow users to register. Navigate to Settings > General page of your WordPress dashboard, scroll down to the “Membership” section, and check the box “Anyone can register.” Below you’ll be able to select the default role for new users who sign up on your site. “Subscriber” is the best option for memberships. It is very important not to select “Administrator” role as the default…

How to Manage Form Submissions on WordPress

5 MIN READ

This is a comprehensive tutorial on managing the form submissions you get on your WordPress site.

How to Create GDPR-Compliant Forms on WordPress

6 MIN READ

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…

WordPress 5.0: Getting Your Site Ready for Gutenberg

3 MIN READ

You may have heard whispers and rumors – who are we kidding, more like gradually intensifying buzz, from WordCamp 2017 to the myriad of articles spawned – around WordPress 5.0 and its main feature, Gutenberg editor. Forewarned, as we know, is forearmed. Let’s discuss what to expect from the update and what steps to undertake to prepare your WordPress site for a smooth transition. Checking plugins’ and themes’ compatibility Since the core update promises to divide the WordPress world into a “before” and “after,” it’s crucial to make sure all of your site’s plugins and themes are compatible with it. Here’s how to go about it. Check the plugins’ “Tested up to” field on wp.org. For plugins, in contrast to themes, there’s a really easy way to check compatibility. Take a look at your plugins’ wp.org page first for an indication of up to which version the plugin has been…

How to Configure Form Confirmations and Notifications on WordPress

3 MIN READ

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…

How to Add a Contact Form to WordPress Sidebar Widget

3 MIN READ

Do you want to add a contact form to your WordPress sidebar? This article will tell you exactly how to add a contact form widget to your WordPress sidebar with the help of WordPress Form Maker plugin. Why have a contact form on your WordPress sidebar? Seriously, why does one even need a contact form on a site sidebar? Having a contact form on your WordPress sidebar widget gives users the option to contact you about your products and services from any page on your website, so so the frustrated user doesn’t have to get progressively more frustrated searching for the contact page. If she comes to have questions or needs help, she can simply contact you using the form on the sidebar. It’s pretty convenient and effective in making the user feel heard. So, what’s to be done? Firstly, you should install and activate Form Maker plugin. Here is a…

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