VFB Pro helps create effortless forms with the quick click of a button. There are many WordPress form plugins out there, but none of them provide the power and flexibility of VFB Pro.
Here is a wonderful 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 Set Up a Meeting form.
VFB Pro 3.3.8 has been released and is now available for download. This update brings back a feature long-time users of VFB Pro or the free version will recognize along with some data integrity improvements and usability enhancements.
In addition to being able to select Google reCAPTCHA to protect your forms from unwanted SPAM, VFB Pro now gives you the option to enable the "Simple CAPTCHA" which requires no API keys or special configuration. If the user fails to enter a correct answer, the form cannot be submitted (sounds familiar).
Check your WordPress dashboard for the latest updates.
Today, VFB Pro and the Payments add-on were updated with new features and bug fixes.
VFB Pro 3.3.6 brings back a popular feature from its past: arrange Radio and Checkbox options in multiple columns. In addition to arranging your options vertically in a single column or inline, you can now break them up into either two or three columns.
VFB Pro also made some i18n (internationalization) improvements for the Address field and how translated validation messages are loaded.
The Payments add-on was also updated with an important bug fix that corrects price formatting for anyone using the Currency field.
Check your WordPress dashboard for the latest updates to these plugins. Email updates will be sent out later today.
VFB Pro 3.3.5 has been released and includes new features as well as updates to existing functionality.
The Rules gain a welcome update to check for number comparisons, in addition to the keyword matching already available. Now, you can add conditions to check if a number is equal to, not equal to, greater than, or less than a certain number.
We have also added the ability to append form data to your confirmation URLs when redirecting to another page. This setting will allow developers to use PHP in themes or outside applications to capture or display the data in some way. Happy coding!
Lastly, we’ve added some welcome usability and more spam reduction to tighten up your forms.
In this video tutorial, we will go over the General Form Settings section, located under the Form Settings tab. The General Form Settings section allows you to change aspects of your form that apply to the display or functionality of the entire form such as the Form Status or the option to Disable Saving Entry to comply with GDPR.