Apr 122018

WordPress WPForms Lite Plugin Form Settings post shows you how to set up and personalize the notifications and confirmation messages for your forms.

This post shows you how to enable and customize the messages displayed after the form is submitted. You can create a personal page, redirect the person to an external page after submitting the form or display a simple message.

Forms Notifications Messages

  • General
  • Notifications
  • Confirmation

WPForms Lite Plugin Tutorials:

  1. Settings
  2. Create Simple Form
  3. Fields
  4. Form Settings
  5. Tools
  6. Troubleshooting

WordPress WPForms Lite Plugin Form Settings

Step 1 ) Go to WPForms -> All Forms tab, then click on Settings as illustrated in the image below. The following list shows you the 3 form options to set up.

Form Settings Options

  • General
  • Notifications
  • Confirmation


Form General

Step 2 ) The following image General allows you to customize the following form fields.

General Form Fields

  • Form Name
  • Form Description
  • Form CSS Class
  • Submit Button Text
  • Submit Button Processing Text
  • Submit Button CSS Class
  • Enable anti-spam honeypot



Step 3 ) The following image Notifications allows you to enable the notifications for the form.

Form Notification Switch

  • On
  • Off


Step 3-a ) The following image Default Notifications allows you to enable the notifications for the form.

Form Default Notification

  • Send To Email Address
  • Email Subject
  • From Name
  • From Email
  • Reply-To
  • Message


Confirmation Type: Message

Step 4 ) The following image Confirmation Type: Message allows you to customize the confirmation message. You can even enable the following feature Automatically scroll to the confirmation message.


Step 5 ) The following image Confirmation Type: Show Page allows you to select one of the pages you have created from the dropdown menu as illustrated in the following image.


Step 6 ) The following image Confirmation Type: Go to URL (Redirect) allows you to type the URL address as illustrated in the following image. After the form is submitted the person will be redirected to a web page or a URL in a different site.



If you have any questions please let me know.


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