WP Popup Plugin (CMP) - Forms Builder Add-on - Creating and Configuring Forms


Creating and Configuring Forms With The WordPress Popup Form Builder Add-on

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Requirement

To use this add-on, you must have the Pro edition of WP Popup Plugin installed and activated.

What Can You Achieve With the Add-on

The WordPress Popup Form Builder Add-on lets you add multiple forms to the popups. Submissions are sent by email to an address that you specify.

Example of a popup with a form - WordPress popup form
Example of a popup with a form

Examples of use:

  • Lead Capture - Add a catchy popup to landing pages and ask for information about all users.
  • Feedback Form - If a user is inactive for more than 30 seconds, display a popup asking if there is any problem.
  • Additional Information - When a visitor reaches the contact page, show a form only if he's logged-in.

General Settings

Head to Admin Dashboard → CM Pop-Up banners for WordPress PRO → Settings.

Navigation to WordPress popup form builder settings
Navigation to popup form builder settings

Labels

Under the Form Builder tab you can configure three labels:

WordPress Popup Form Builder settings
WordPress Popup Form Builder settings
  • Submit button text - Displayed in the form.
  • Success message - Displayed when the form is successfully submitted.
  • Error message - Displayed when an error occurs during submission.

Managing and Creating Forms

Head to Admin Dashboard → CM Pop-Up banners for WordPress PRO → Forms.

Navigation to WordPress Popup Form Builder
Navigation to Form Builder

Managing Forms

This screen shows all the forms. You can filter, search them and apply bulk actions. Hovering the mouse near their title shows shortcuts.

Managing forms - WordPress Popup Form
Managing forms

Creating Forms

Click on Add Form to generate one. You can add different types of fields and mark them as required.

More Information

To learn everything about creating forms, check the specific documentation:

Editing the Form Fields

Editing the WordPress Popup Form
Editing the form

The Email box allows you to configure the message sent every time a visitor submits the form. 

You can't leave the field "To" empty.

Editing an email template for a WordPress popup form
Editing an email template for a form

Adding Form to Popup

Every form has a shortcode which you can use to add it to a popup.

Adding a form is easy. When editing a popup, click the button Add Form and you will see the list of forms. Choose one and the plugin will insert the shortcode for you.

Adding form to a popup - WordPress Popup Form
Adding form to a popup

TIP: Integration

The shortcut also displays forms by Mailpoet Forms so you can add them easily.

Finding the shortcode

If you prefer to add shortcodes manually, there are two quick ways to find them.

  1. While editing a form, check the Shortcode box:
WordPress popup form shortcode
Form shortcode
  1. While managing forms, check the Shortcode column:
WordPress popup form shortcode
Form shortcode

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