Here's a Quick Tip for all you VFB Pro users out there who have lots of radio or checkbox options.
VFB Pro has the ability to arrange your checkbox or radio options into various layouts. By default, it displays them in a single column.
If you like, you can use the "Options Columns" setting to change how many options are displayed in a single column.
This is a great option for radio or checkboxes that have a lot of options. The best part is that there is no special CSS or code you need to write to get your forms looking like that!
Blue Breeze uses VFB Pro to start a conversation with clients about availability for their gorgeous Beachfront Units. Clients use number arrows to select the number of people who will vacation.
If you are looking to build a form like this, the Number field is a default field that ships with VFB Pro.
VFB Pro allows anyone to quickly create an order form to collect payments.
The Payments add-on allows you to assign prices to various fields on your form.
All you have to do is create, edit and publish your contact forms to stay connected with your audience. No coding skills required. You can make your contact form a powerful communication tool for your business with minimum effort.
Here is another example created for TPC Financial Group by Upanup. They have customized the design of VFB Pro to match their website and create an easy-to-use form to set meeting times.
VFB Pro 3.3.9 has been released and is now available for download.
With this update you will now be able to use the WordPress editor to build your Autoresponder message. Also, for users who have plus signs (+) in their email address, you can enter those into the Email To box now.
Check your WordPress dashboard for the latest updates.