Create a form for your goals and add it to Wordpress. A drag-and-drop constructor will make the process convenient, and an intuitive interface will help you do without development skills. Place the script code in any CMS and start accepting applications.

Examples of forms, questionnaires and forms

The QForm service has:

  • Internal CRM
  • External integrations
  • Design Settings
  • Adding Images
  • Using captcha and more

Making a form on QForm for a Wordpress site

Use the ready-made widgets of the designer and install the form on Wordpress without plugins.

For this:

Register on QForm and add your website

Create a form and give it a name. It is displayed only in QForm

Switch to the design mode, add and configure fields:

To collect contacts, drag the Name and E-mail widgets. Make them mandatory

Add images for the section. Choose location options or set as background. If necessary, you can disable display in the mobile version
Set up the design, field validation, anti-captcha, etc.

Go to the Embed Code tab

Copy the DIV to install the form and the script to call it

To place a contact form on a Wordpress site, switch to edit mode for a new or existing page

Click on the + button to add a block.

Select An Arbitrary HTML .

In the area that appears, paste the copied DIV and script.
Click Update , after which the created form will appear on the site.

Start now

Create a form that cannot be skipped
To begin

Advantages of the form on QForm

E-mail alerts
Emails are sent by our mail server and will not get into spam. Set a letter template, specify recipients, or use your SMTP server to send to email
Integration with messengers
Accept notifications of new applications from the chatbot. Do not miss a single application. The message will contain all the data entered by the user or selected separately when connecting
Groups and access rights
Create group and assign roles to one or more employees. Set access rights to applications
Simple setup
Use the drag-n-drop constructor. Easily change the color scheme, the location of elements and the type of display (pop-up window or embedded in the content)