Meet Pojo Forms – the Drag & Drop Form Plugin

If you think about it you’ll realize that one of the most important parts in a website is its form. The site’s form gives the user direct contact with the service provider or the web admin, making it a very essential page in the site.

During these past years the internet has taken a big step, and the sites have become more designed and advanced. Web designers are constantly trying to catch the users’ attention to different elements positioned anywhere in the site – even in a nicely designed Contact page. However it’s easier said than done.

Have you noticed that every time you want to add a new contact form to your site, you have to waste a lot of time on creation and design? Instead of being simple and flexible as it should, creating a contact form has become a complicated task. The need to add code after code until the contact form looks somewhat decent is very time-consuming and frustrating. As this year sites are becoming more advanced and complex, the forms are becoming harder to handle. That is why we have decided to make your form-building a lot easier and enjoyable:

We are proud to present to you our new plugin – Pojo Forms

This great ‘Drag & Drop method’ plugin will allow you to build forms quickly and efficiently. Countless layouts and unique display options, with full control over all fields and buttons designing.

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HTML5 Fields
In every form you can choose between 9 different field types, while for every field you can set a number of parameters: Field Width, Required Filed, CSS Classes and Placeholder. In addition we’ve added a shortcode to every field to be used for advanced sending options.

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Columns
You can set every button or field its width percentage, as well as position every field’s title above, below, right / left aligned.

Sizes
To save you a lot of time we’ve prepared 5 field and buttons sizes in advance. This is very useful for minimal forms for sidebars, or for massive forms for landing pages.

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Style and Design
To make the building easier, every form receives the theme’s design. However you can of course set your “Custom Design” which includes background colors, height, width and borders.

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Responsive
Of course the forms are fully compatible with all devices, and all mobile keyboards adjust accordingly to the field type (e.g. @).

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Sending Options

Email To: Every field can be sent to the email that you set. The default email is set as the site’s admin email, but you can change it and insert a few emails by using commas to separate between them.

Email Title: You can set for every form its custom title, while it’s default is: A New Message from “Site Name”, but you can combine it with the user’s details by using the ID shortcode which is added t every field.

From Email: We recommend you not use a Gmail address or anything similar, because it will be tagged as spam. The best type of email to insert is with the domain, e.g. no-reply@pojo.me

Email Reply-To: We’ve added the option of inserting an email for replies.

Redirect To: Usually you will want to track the amount of feedbacks that are sent to you, or create a Target Goal in AdWords, Facebook Pixel, etc. In this field you can set a thank you page that will redirected to after the form is sent.

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Form Data: In every email that is sent to you, you can receive additional info regarding the sender. This way you can track things in a better and more comfortable way.

Integration 

Akismet: In order to handle the spam we’ve added an integration option with an Akismet spam filter which is installed in almost every WordPress website.

Activity Log: In order for you to track the feedbacks that are sent in your forms, we’ve added an interfacing with the Activity Log plugin.

So what are you waiting for?

You’re welcome to upgrade your theme to its latest version and receive the plugin for direct installation on your site. You can also simply download it from the official WordPress repository: https://wordpress.org/plugins/pojo-forms/

We’ll be happy to hear your opinion on the new plugin, you’re welcome to send us your feedback in the forms area on our site, or in the comments below 🙂

 

2 Responses

  1. Michael Reply

    Hello,

    We’re developing a website for our customer and using Pojo Forms WP plugin.
    Now customer wants to get leads coming from the form directly to his CRM.
    Do you have a kind of WebHook or something else allowing to POST leads to an external URL ?

    Thanks in advance,
    Michael

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