How to Build a Web Form (Part 3): Types of Forms

How to Build a Web Form (Part 3): Types of Forms

WordPress’s Gravity Forms allows for a practically endless array of possible forms. Today we want to show you just a few of the possible combinations of features. You’ll also learn about a few useful types of forms that you can build. These range from basic sign-up forms to more advanced registration forms involving conditional logic…

How To Build a Web Form (Part 2): Managing the Entries

How To Build a Web Form (Part 2): Managing the Entries

Once you’ve built a web form, you need a way to access and manage the information you’ve collected. The Gravity Forms plugin for WordPress provides several flexible ways to do this, once you understand the software. Let’s dive in, starting with email notifications.  Notifications When someone fills out and submits a form, you probably want…

Creating a Beautiful Website (Part 1): Design Principles and Templates

Creating a Beautiful Website (Part 1): Design Principles and Templates

Creating a Beautiful Website (Part 1): Design Principles and Templates
by Ashleigh Brush

The pressure to create a stunningly beautiful website is huge, but the options seem endless. Is it possible to create a website that is beautiful and functional without breaking the budget? Thankfully, although creating a useful and aesthetically pleasing website takes conscious effort and intentionality, the idea should not be daunting. A beautiful website is achievable. 

Meet the WordPress Block Editor: Build a Clickable Image Grid

Meet the WordPress Block Editor: Build a Clickable Image Grid

In the dim and distant past of web building… like a few years ago… building a clickable image grid was only possible for the learned few who knew how to write computer code. Now, thanks to the WordPress Block Editor, this feature is accessible to anybody, including you, with a little time and training. Side…