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  1. WP Fluent Forms over on WPManageNinja. The most intuitive I have found (and I’ve tested most of them) at a price point that is more than acceptable. It’s all about price vs functionality. You make something comparible to WP Fluent Forms, and I’ll switch.


    +1 for WP Fluent Forms. I use Elementor for basic forms and ActiveCampaign signups, but Fluent Forms for multipart, conditional fields, and calculations. I actually just built a pricing estimator with Fluent Forms that’s simple and functional – and free. WP Fluent Form is a tremendous value.


    For general WordPress then Fluent Forms gives you more out of the box for free than any of the others, and in my testing was the easiest to use from a usability point of view.

    If you happen to be using Elementor then either Dynamic or Piotnet are extensions to Elementor that allow you to create the same types of forms as Gravity and the rest, but while using the simplicity of Elementor to create them, right inside the Elementor pages (So no third party designer to have to learn)

  2. Contact Form 7 is simple, easily customizable, easy to set up emails, designing responsive forms, formatting the output message as required. One can do these with good knowledge of HTML, CSS. Try to use a child theme and write appropriate CSS for contact form design in child-theme’s style.css. We have used contact form successfully in our site

    Fluent Forms drag & drop online form builder makes it the most user-friendly form plugin for WordPress. It is a modern WordPress contact form plugin.


    I installed and tested three form plugins: WPForms, Caldera Forms, and ContactForm7. I prefer the WPForms, but it doesn’t have a file upload without buying the pro version.

    Caldera Forms is okay, but confusing on how to handle the file uploads. The files show up in the backend, but when I click on them they say not found…I don’t want them to automatically get uploaded to the media library. I want to check them first. I know there is another paid plugin that will do that (without changing code).

    ContactForm 7 is not as user friendly, but I have it working and added Flamingo to get a record of the contacts. However, file uploads are not downloadable from Flamingo and I am not receiving the email notification, so I have to check the settings on that.

  3. Fluent Forms is my favourite. I use Gravity Forms at work and while its powerful it feels outdated and clunky. Fluent Forms is the one that worked best for me I kept trying random which sucked. Elementor Pro form widget or Quick Contact Form. QCF is better for formatting, but Elementor is integrated with the builder and so less processing overhead.

  4. WP Fluent Forms Pro! Without question the easiest plugin for both a developer and designer to use IMO.

    They have an entire front end builder for form styles if you don’t want to roll your own CSS, along with access to the HTML form markup making insertions so much easier.

    It is a matter of personal preference for the most part. I’m partial to Fluent Forms if I need the kinds of features you’re naming. For lesser needs I use the free version of Fluent Forms or Elementor Pro‘s Form widget.

    Fluent Forms is well documented actions and filters are part of why I favor it. Sometimes the form tool just doesn’t quite do what you need no matter which one you choose so an API and filters and actions are important.

  5. I use DIVI Theme & I find Contact Form 7 to much of a pain to use with Divi, especially trying to style it. Right now I use a combination of Caldera Forms (Main for support for Aspen Grove Studios Plugins that require forms) and Ninja Forms. However, Caldera Forms is beyond stupidly priced and brutally expensive for what you’re going to use of what you get. They don’t let your A La Cart the plugins/addons you are forced to buy brutal subscriptions with services you will never use.

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