How to create a form with Easy Registration Forms

A form allows your visitors to get in touch with you and to send valuable information. It plays a very important role in initiating communication with your potential customers. Here is a step by step guide to create a form in WordPress with Easy Registration Forms plugin.

  1. Install and activate the Easy Registration Forms plugin. After activation, go to ERForms->All Forms to create a form in WordPress. Now click on the Add New Form icon to create a new form. Here you will be presented with two options:
    Add New Form Popup with Form type options
    Choose any as per your requirements. Now click on the Save button and wait for the system to set up a new form for you.
  2. Once the form is created, you’ll be redirected to Form Builder area. By default, this area will have few predefined fields as per your form selection (Registration or Contact). You can remove these fields if required or you can continue adding new fields from the left pane.
  3. After setting up all the fields click on Save.
  4. To publish the form on the frontend, copy the form’s shortcode and paste it in any page/post.

That’s it. Your form is ready.

Have any questions or need assistance? Submit a support request here.

29 Replies to “How to create a form with Easy Registration Forms”

  1. How to delete pre-defined fields (By default this area will have few predefined fields as per your form selection (Registration or Contact). You can remove these fields if required).

    1. Registration forms require User Email and Password fields as these details are mandatory for User registration. However you can delete all the fields from Contact Form.

    1. Hello,
      Please follow the steps to create a two column layout form:
      1. Go to Form Dashboard.
      2. Click on Configure
      3. Click on Display Settings
      4. In Form Layout click choose ‘Two Column’
      5. Save when done.

  2. Hello,
    Please can anybody from your side help me in changing the color of the fonts right now I am having grey color fonts but instead of it I like to use white color fonts.
    Thank You

  3. Hello Usama,
    By default labels and input colors are inherited form the theme but you may override it by pasting the following CSS in your theme CSS file.

    For Labels :
    .erf-label-top.erf-container .erf-form label[class$=”-label”]{ color : #fff; }

    For Input Values :
    .erf-style-rounded-corner .erf-form .form-control{ color : red;}

  4. Hello. After deleting a registrants submission, that registrant is no longer able to re-submit a new submission (they get an error that the email address already exists). How do we delete users’ credentials so that they may resubmit on the form?

    1. Our plugin supports two types of forms. 1. Registration Form 2. Contact/Other form
      Registration form creates a new user under WordPress along with accepting the information. If you delete the submission, corresponding user won’t get deleted from the WordPress system. This is the reason, user is unable to re-register. There are two options:
      1. Ask users to login and then register on the same form. Our plugin provides a login section which can be displayed along with the registration form. Setting can be found under Form Dashboard->General Settings->Enable Login Form
      2. Use contact type of form.

  5. I am concern about our business privacy . how can i trust on this ERForms or its company if my clients fill all information and submit to us via this ERForms , will all information be secure or you will also receive same details as i will get from submit form. how can i trust on you that you will not fetch all my details from ERForms. After submit client’s details will you also receive same data or only i will get .

    Manoj Kumar

    1. Our plugin saves all the data within WordPress database on your server. As per the WordPress guidelines, no plugin can send data to outside body without the user’s consent. None of the information is passed to our servers.

    1. Please follow the steps:
      1. Go to form Dashboard
      2. In the Notifications section, click on Admin Notifications
      3. Fill in the email address you want to receive notifications on in the field “Notification To”
      4. Save when done.

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  7. Hallo Admin,
    I’m very excited with this form, and I recommended to my friend, i just found a little problem, how to fix on Submit button to full responsive, now is left, right and center
    I hope my button is full on sidebar width, or others place. I just want my submit button is 100% full in all place not left, right or center

    Thank you
    Need your feedback soon

    1. Hello Robby,
      In order to make the submit button full width, you need to apply custom CSS.
      If you want us to help you with CSS, kindly drop us an email on erformswp@gmail.com along with form URL in order to allow us to provide you a speedy resolution.

    1. Hello Sarfaraz,
      If there is any required field on a step, then, the user will not be able to navigate to the next step. In case you make all the fields required then the user cannot go to the next step until he fills all the information.

      feel free to drop us an email on erfromswp@gmail.com if you have any other question or need further assistance.

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