Need free WordPress plugins for building forms on your WordPress Website?

When it comes to form building on WordPress, there are so many plugins/extensions out there.

These plugins are categorized into paid and free form building plugins.

The paid ones usually comes in more handy with far more exciting features.

This is obviously because you’re paying for it.

The free WordPress forms plugins are also very useful even though they cannot exactly be compared with the paid ones in most cases.

I’m going to list the top 5 popular WordPress forms plugins you can use on your WordPress website below…

For the free ones we have…

1. Ninja Forms. This particular plugin comes with different extensions for specific form building purposes…

From setting up simple contact forms to more advanced forms like quotations, etc, Ninja forms can get most of your form building jobs done however you want it.

One major cons though is that you may not get all the colorful customization with the free version…

Of course there’s also a paid version.

But to a good extent, Ninja forms’ free version is worth a try if you cannot afford the paid version.

2. Form maker. This plugin gives you an easy to use drag and drop interface that will help you build contact forms quite easily.

The major features includes, multi page forms, conditional logic, different form display options, customizable emails and form submission management.

You can also integrate the plugin with Dropbox and also upload forms to save on Google drive

3. .Jetpack contact form module. If you’re a fan of Jetpack or you’re already using the jetpack plugin on your website then you may not have to look for am additional extension for building forms.

Because Jetpack plugin comes with the contact form module.

So when the module is activated under your Jetpack settings, an option for creating forms will be added at the settings section on your WordPress editor.

However, if you’re looking for a more sophisticated form, you may need a different plugin as an extension.

4. Contact form 7. This is undoubtedly one of the best performing free WordPress forms plugins.

With over 1 million installs, the plugin is one of the most popular form building plugin for WordPress users.

With the contact form 7 plugin, you can build almost any kind of customized WordPress form.

It has features like CAPTCHA, can filter spam and has capacity for customization of emails sent by the plugin.

Besides the free form building plugins mentioned here, there are also paid plugins for form building.

One of the popular paid WordPress forms plugins is the WP forms, which has over 2 million users.

Gravity Forms is another premium WordPress forms plugins. It also has more than a million users.

There’s also Quform from CodeCanyon with over 2,000 reviews.

Most of the paid premium form building plugins claim to be the best in one way or the other.

You can only find out exactly what works best for you when you check out each of these plugins based on your specific needs.

In a nutshell, you can build different WordPress forms on your WordPress website with different plugin as extension.

Choosing the paid or free version should depend on your budget and your exact needs.


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