When it comes to adding forms to a website, WordPress users are spoilt for choice! However, many of the more powerful options are also, unfortunately, somewhat overly complicated for beginners to get to grips with. Until now! Welcome a brand new addition to the WordPress forms plugin space: WPForms — from the creator of WPBeginner, Syed Balkhi. However, with so many WordPress form plugins already on the market — from free and simple options like Form Maker to more advanced premium products like Ninja and Gravity Forms (read on for more on the competition and how WPForms stacks up) — how can you tell if WPForms is the right choice for your site? Let’s take a look at both all WPForms has to offer and, perhaps most importantly: whether or not WPForms is indeed worthy of its price tag. WPForms vs. the Competition The aim of WPForms is to make adding forms to a WordPress website as easy as possible while still catering to power users with more advanced needs. The free Contact Form 7 plugin already does a great job of allowing WordPress users to add a basic contact form to their websites, so WPForms is up against some well-established competition in that department. There’s also the impressive
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