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WPForms – Easy Form Builder for WordPress – Contact Forms, Payment Forms, Surveys, & More

WPForms – Easy Form Builder for WordPress – Contact Forms, Payment Forms, Surveys, & More


WordPress Contact Form Builder Plugin

WPForms is a drag & drop WordPress form builder that’s EASY and POWERFUL. Create contact forms, feedback forms, subscription forms, payment forms (including Stripe, Square & PayPal), and other types of forms for your site in minutes with just a few clicks!

At WPForms, user experience is our #1 priority. Our pre-built form templates and workflows make WPForms the most beginner-friendly contact form plugin on the market. You don’t have to hire a developer. Create a form in less than 5 minutes with our drag & drop form builder or use a template to get a head start.

WPForms Pro
This plugin is the Lite version of WPForms Pro, which comes with email subscription forms, multi-page contact forms, file uploads, conditional logic, and extra payment integrations. Click here to purchase the best premium WordPress contact form plugin now!

Drag & Drop Contact Form Builder

Create custom contact forms in minutes with our easy-to-use drag and drop online form builder. But don’t just take our word for it. See what WordPress experts are saying:

WPForms is by far the easiest form plugin to use. My clients love WPForms and it’s one of the few plugins they can use without any training. As a developer I appreciate how fast, modern, clean and extensible it is.
Bill Erickson – Expert WordPress Consultant

Pre-built Form Templates

WPForms comes with 1800+ pre-built form templates.

Whether you’re looking to create a simple contact form, marketing form, request a quote form, donation form, payment order form, registration form, Stripe payment form, or a subscription form, we have a form template already prepared and ready to use.

Mobile Ready, SEO Friendly, and Optimized for Speed

WPForms contact forms are 100% responsive and mobile-friendly. We optimized every query on the frontend and the backend to ensure that it’s one of the fastest WordPress contact form plugins.

You can embed your contact form on any page with an optimized title and description, so WPForms is one of the most SEO friendly contact form plugins too.

Fields & Features You Need to Succeed

With star ratings, file uploads, repeater fields, survey fields, and multi-page contact forms, you can easily build the right custom form for your site’s needs. Plus, integrate your contact forms with an email marketing service in just a few steps and collect payments with Stripe, PayPal, and Square for bookings and orders without the need for a dedicated eCommerce plugin.

See what one business owner has to say about their WPForms contact form:

As a business owner, time is my most valuable asset. WPForms allows me to create smart contact forms with just a few clicks. With their pre-built form templates and the drag & drop builder, I can create a new form that works in less than 2 minutes without writing a single line of code. Well worth the investment.
David Henzel – Co-founder of MaxCDN

Surveys & Polls

Create custom survey forms like Survey Monkey. Our WordPress survey plugin addon comes with smart survey fields including Likert scale, star ratings, and NPS. Embed your surveys and polls anywhere in WordPress.

Use our survey reporting tools to customize graphs, export them for presentations, and display aggregate results. You can also share poll results instantly when collecting votes.

Default WordPress Forms

Aside from building simple contact forms, WPForms also helps you create better default WordPress forms, like custom WordPress login forms and custom WordPress user registration forms. Create a password-protected contact form or even a members-only contact form.

Bloggers and publishers can use our WordPress post submission forms to accept guest posts, testimonials, and more.

Payment Forms, Donation Forms, Booking Forms, and More

While WPForms started out as a contact form plugin, it has evolved into a powerful custom forms solution for any type of payment or booking form.

WPForms integrates with PayPal, Stripe, Square Payments, and Authorize.Net so you can easily accept credit card payments or take payments via PayPal. Bonus: you can also take signatures.

We’re proud to be a Stripe Verified Partner. This partnership allows us to build the best Stripe integration with early-access to features. You can use our Stripe integration to accept both one-time payments as well as recurring payments while syncing all form data to your Stripe account.

Custom Calculator Forms

Using the WPForms Calculations addon, you can build custom formulas and display results on the frontend.

Create simple arithmetic calculations or build complex conditional calculations with rounded values, averages, time ranges, and more! It’s the best calculator plugin for WordPress.

Forms Optimized for Conversions

With our Form Pages addon, you can create distraction-free custom form landing pages to increase conversions.

To improve form completion rates, we created Conversational Forms® which helps you make your feedback forms feel more human by adding an interactive layout. (See Conversational Forms Demo).

Easy to Customize and Extend

You can easily customize your contact forms with our section dividers, HTML blocks, and CSS. Embedding forms in Elementor and Divi has never been easier thanks to our native integrations.

We also know that our developer friends may want more control, so we added tons of hooks and filters.

Full WPForms Feature List


You can see why WPForms is the best WordPress contact form plugin on the market! Want to unlock these features? Upgrade to our Pro version.


This plugin is created by Jared Atchison and Syed Balkhi.

Branding Guidelines

WPForms® is a registered trademark of WPForms LLC. When writing about the contact form plugin by WPForms, please make sure to uppercase the initial 3 letters.

  • WPForms (correct)
  • WP Forms (incorrect)
  • wpforms (incorrect)
  • wpform (incorrect)


WPForms is absolutely, positively the most beginner friendly WordPress contact form plugin on the market. It is both easy and powerful.

We took the pain out of creating online forms and made it easy. Check out all WPForms features.

Also, I’m the founder of WPBeginner, the largest WordPress resource site for beginners. It was a huge priority for me to make a WordPress contact form plugin that beginners can use without any training.

I feel that we have done that here. I hope you enjoy using WPForms.

Thank you

Syed Balkhi


  • WPForms Drag & Drop Form Builder
  • Adding New Fields
  • Form Templates
  • WPForms Block With Style Options
  • Payments Overview
  • Single Payment
  • Form Preview
  • Form Pages with Multiple Styles
  • Conversational Form


This plugin provides 1 block.

  • Wpforms Form Selector


  1. Install WPForms Lite either via the WordPress.org plugin repository or by uploading the files to your server. (See instructions on how to install a WordPress plugin)
  2. Activate WPForms Lite.
  3. Navigate to the WPForms tab at the bottom of your admin menu and click the “Add New” button to begin creating your new WordPress contact form.
  4. Want more features? Purchase the full version of WPForms!


Who should use WPForms?

WPForms is perfect for business owners, bloggers, designers, developers, photographers, and basically everyone else. If you want to create a custom WordPress form, then you need to use the WPForms drag & drop form builder.

Do I need to have coding skills to use WPForms?

Absolutely not. You can create and manage forms without any coding knowledge (100% drag & drop form builder). WPForms is the most beginner friendly contact form plugin on the market.

What type of WordPress forms can I build with WPForms?

WPForms drag & drop form builder combined with our addons is the most powerful WordPress contact form plugin on the market. Here are some types of WordPress forms you can create:

  • Simple Contact Forms
  • Job Application Contact Form
  • Feedback Survey Contact Form
  • Make a Suggestion Contact Form
  • Change Request Forms
  • Online Booking Forms
  • Event Booking Form
  • Video Release Forms
  • PTO Request Contact Form
  • Maintenance Request Contact Form
  • Scholarship Application Forms
  • File Download Forms
  • Employment Verification Forms
  • Make a Referral Contact Form
  • Volunteer Registration Contact Form
  • Offline Contact Form

To see a full list, visit our Form Template Gallery which has over 1800+ pre-made contact form templates.

Which Form Fields Does WPForms offer?

We made WPForms form builder to be both easy and powerful.

Here are the contact form fields that comes with WPForms Form Builder (also known as Standard Fields):

  • Text Field
  • Paragraph Text (Textarea)
  • Dropdown Field
  • Multiple Choice (Radio Buttons)
  • Checkboxes
  • Numbers Field
  • Name Field
  • Email Address Field
  • Number Slider Field

Here is a list of our advanced contact form builder fields (Fancy Fields):

  • Smart Phone Field with international format verification
  • Address Field
  • Date / Time Field
  • Website / URL Field
  • File Upload – Great for File Upload Form
  • Password Field
  • Rich Text – Add a WYSIWYG field, perfect for guest blog post forms
  • Layout Field – Position form fields inside columns using custom or premade layouts
  • Repeater Field – Allow users to duplicate fields or groups of fields in your forms
  • Page Break Field – Great for Multi-Page Contact Form with Progress Bar
  • Section Divider – Great for Long Contact Forms
  • HTML Field – add Custom HTML inside your form
  • Content Field – Add headings, lists, and media to your forms without writing code
  • Entry Preview – Allow your form users to preview their form entries before they’ve submitted them
  • Star Rating – Great for Survey Forms and Polls
  • Hidden Field
  • Questions CAPTCHA – Great for Preventing Contact Form Spam
  • Math CAPTCHA – Great for Preventing Contact Form Spam
  • Likert Scale – Great for Survey Forms
  • Signature Field – Great for Contracts and Booking Forms
  • Net Promoter Score (NPS Field) – Great for Survey Forms
  • Google ReCAPTCHA – Great for Preventing Contact Form Spam
  • hCAPTCHA – Great for Preventing Contact Form Spam
  • Cloudflare Turnstile – Great for Preventing Contact Form Spam

Here is a list of our Payment Fields that will help you create a order form, donation form, booking form, and other payment forms:

  • Single Item
  • Multiple Items
  • Checkbox Items
  • Dropdown Items
  • Total (Calculation Field)
  • Credit Card (Stripe, Square, and Authorize.Net)
  • PayPal

Can I integrate WPForms with my CRM or Email Marketing Service?

Yes, WPForms offers seamless integration with over 1,000+ popular email marketing and CRM software.

You can easily send data from your contact form and other WordPress forms to your favorite CRM, email newsletter, and other marketing platforms.

Here is a list of our popular marketing integrations:

  • Mailchimp
  • Constant Contact
  • AWeber
  • Drip
  • Campaign Monitor
  • GetResponse
  • ActiveCampaign
  • Zapier
  • Salesforce CRM
  • Brevo (ex Sendinblue)
  • MailerLite

Using our Zapier integration, you can easily connect WPForms with over 7,000+ marketing apps including:

  • PipeDrive CRM
  • Google Sheets
  • Active Campaign
  • Zoho CRM
  • Zoho Mail
  • Zoho Invoice
  • Agile CRM
  • Slack
  • Trello
  • Infusionsoft by Keap
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Dropbox
  • HelpScout
  • Zendesk
  • Freshbooks
  • Freshsales
  • Intercom
  • Click Funnels
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM
  • Capsule CRM
  • Insightly CRM
  • Printfection
  • Acuity Scheduling
  • Quickbooks Online

See all WPForms Zapier Integrations.

Note: WPForms was voted Zapier’s 6th fastest growing app in the world.

Can I create a Payment Form with WPForms?

Yes, WPForms is not your average contact form plugin. You can use it to create any type of form including payment forms.

We make it easy for you to accept payments using Stripe, Square, Authorize.Net, and PayPal Commerce.

Both our Stripe and Authorize.Net integrations help you easily accept credit card payments online.

Our PayPal integration allows you to accept PayPal payments online.

Can I Import / Export Forms with WPForms?

Yes, WPForms makes it easy to import / export your contact forms and other WordPress forms created with WPForms form builder. This is incredibly useful for developers and agencies who are building websites for clients.

You can also create custom form templates that you can use on client websites. For more see our documentation.

Aside from that, WPForms also allows you to import forms from other WordPress Contact Form plugins such as Contact Form 7, Ninja Forms, and Pirate Forms.

If you’re not happy with your WordPress contact form plugin, then definitely give WPForms a try!

I’d like access to all features. How can I get them?

You can get access to more features, addons and support by upgrading to our Pro version. Purchasing a Pro license gets you access to the full version of WPForms, automatic updates, priority support, and all WPForms Addons!

Is WPForms translation ready?

Yes, WPForms has full translation and localization support via the wpforms textdomain. Based on your site language, required .mo and .po translation files will be downloaded and placed into the default WordPress languages directory. The same is true for every WPForms Addon as well.

Does WPForms include spam protection?

Yes, WPForms includes spam protection which is enabled on all forms by default in the form settings.

Additionally, Google reCAPTCHA, hCaptcha and Cloudflare Turnstile are also supported and can be set up at WPForms > Settings > CAPTCHA.

WPForms is fully compatible with all versions of Google reCAPTCHA:

  • Checkbox reCAPTCHA v2
  • Invisible reCAPTCHA v2
  • reCAPTCHA v3

Lastly, Custom Captchas are available which allow you to create math or question based captchas for your contact forms.


জুলাই 19, 2024 1 reply
I love how simple they make it to make a simple form with a Captcha to make sure I don’t get spammed. Simple configuration, numerous thorough tutorials, just great.
জুলাই 19, 2024 1 reply
I am very happy with this plugin. Even the not-pro version gives me a lot of good looking options to create contact forms. Recommended!!!
জুলাই 16, 2024 1 reply
Super plugin, easy to set up. I haven’t found the setting to match my font of the contact form with the font of my website, but I’m convinced, I’ll work it out fast. Thank you for developing this, it helps a lot!
জুলাই 15, 2024 1 reply
First of all, WPforms price looks heavily discounted with a limited time period but on a quick search, this is their normal price. This is known as a ‘discount countdown scam’ – scaring people to buy it now. This raises the question if the software itself is truthful, i.e 0 emails but 9 entries which you cant view unless you pay for it. If using SMTP, you can send a test email and check the SMTP log outside of WPForms which shows just 1 entry, yet the WPforms software shows 9 entries still. It’s got all the hallmarks of a scam. Buyer beware and pay on a credit card so you can chargeback. I do not trust the discount, i do not trust the software thus i do no trust the money back guarantee.
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Contributors & Developers

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  • Changed: Improved compatibility with OceanWP theme.
  • Fixed: Dropdown fields in forms with the inline-fields class had cropped dropdowns.
  • Fixed: Button’s hover color was wrong on the Ocean WP theme.
  • Fixed: Form couldn’t be submitted when Cloudflare Turnstile anti-spam integration was configured.

  • Fixed: Stripe payment wasn’t created when the Credit Card field was optional and users paid through Google Pay / Apple Pay.

  • Added: New filter wpforms_sanitize_amount_before to filter a raw price amount before sanitization.
  • Added: New filter wpforms_sanitize_amount to filter a sanitized price amount.

  • Fixed: Reply-to field was not returning the correct email address.

  • Added: Complex fields now can have separate error messages for each field.
  • Added: Recommended, New, and Featured addons are now displayed first on the addons page.
  • Changed: The Campaign Monitor, ConstantContact, GetResponse and ConvertKit logos were updated.
  • Changed: Users can now see the category and subcategory of the selected template on the Setup panel.
  • Changed: If Akismet is installed and configured for the form, marking entries as spam or not spam helps Akismet learn.
  • Changed: Improved the behavior of Tools > Logs page and settings controls.
  • Changed: Improved compatibility with the Hello Elementor theme.
  • Changed: Process empty selected values for Choices, Checkbox, and Dropdown fields when Show Values option is selected.
  • Changed: Choices.js library has been updated to v10.2.0.
  • Changed: Modern multiple select field with search enabled now is more user-friendly across the admin area.
  • Changed: Improved rendering of Payment Fields according to W3C requirements.
  • Changed: Always display templates added by addons, even if the addon is not installed or activated.
  • Changed: The form builder now hides the placeholder label for Image and Icon choices when left empty, while retaining the placeholder for Payment Choices and Checkboxes to maintain consistency with frontend behavior.
  • Fixed: Incorrect alert modal was shown on the subscription plan removal in some cases.
  • Fixed: Various RTL problems on the form builder screen.
  • Fixed: The minimum payment amount for the Single Item field was not functioning correctly with currencies that use a comma as a decimal separator.
  • Fixed: Validation error for the Postal code of the Stripe Credit Card field displayed twice.
  • Fixed: Inconsistent spacing of Dropdown field in different browsers on desktop and mobile.
  • Fixed: Stripe Credit Card field had incorrect placeholder color with Classic Markup.
  • Fixed: Updated the WPForms Challenge to only start counting when you actually begin creating a form on the Forms Overview page.
  • Fixed: User templates were not deleted on plugin uninstall.
  • Fixed: The radio of the Multiple Choice field wasn’t centered in Firefox.
  • Fixed: Stripe processing error occurred on a multi-payments form when all credit card fields were hidden by conditional logic.
  • Fixed: Color of validation errors was incorrect for the Stripe Credit Card field when Payment Element mode was used.
  • Fixed: Additional padding was added for the form title on the Forms Overview page on mobile.
  • Fixed: The plugin update process redirected to the Update page and did not redirect back to the Plugins page after the update.
  • Fixed: The fetching of the new plugin version number and new plugin description has been run not-synchronously.
  • Fixed: MySQL errors occurred when creating a table in some unique configurations.
  • Fixed: Multiple Choice field with Icon Choices could not be selected in Firefox after reloading the page.
  • Fixed: Inline javascript code could be parsed improperly and displayed as text on top pages for some configurations.
  • Fixed: Cached token was not updated properly.
  • Fixed: The Spinner layout of the Save button in the Form Builder was not centered.
  • Fixed: In some exceptions, one-time payments appeared in the Stripe dashboard even though a payment form wasn’t submitted.
  • Fixed: Email notifications were not sent when a subject was empty after smart tag processing.
  • Fixed: PHP warnings might have occurred in some cases on PHP 8.0+.
  • Fixed: Upgrade to the Pro link had wrong styling on Bluehost hosted sites.
  • Fixed: WPForms block in the editor showed an error when the selected form was trashed or deleted.
  • Fixed: Some Stripe transactions were refunded almost immediately as the transactions were labeled fraudulent.
  • Fixed: The validation process of Number Slider field could throw a fatal error on PHP 8.0+.

  • Changed: Updated jQuery.Validate library to v1.20.0.
  • Fixed: Screen Options on the Forms Overview and Entries Overview pages could cause PHP error in rare cases due to conflict with 3rd-party code.
  • Fixed: Post Statuses on legacy Nav Menu management page could cause PHP error in rare cases due to conflict with 3rd-party code.
  • Fixed: users couldn’t duplicate their forms.

  • Added: Forms can now be saved as user templates for future use.
  • Added: New Price Display option was added for Single Item payment field.
  • Added: Shipping and Billing addresses can now be configured on the Form Builder > Payments > Stripe screen.
  • Added: New filter wpforms_integrations_stripe_api_common_create_plan_name to filter Stripe subscription plan name.
  • Added: New filter wpforms_integrations_lite_connect_api_request_timeout to filter Lite Connect request timeout.
  • Added: New styling/theming settings in the Block editor.
  • Added: New context menu in the Form Builder for quick actions.
  • Changed: New design for the Email Summaries email template with a weekly total and entry submission trends.
  • Changed: The state of selected stat cards on the Payments Overview chart is preserved when applying date filtering.
  • Changed: Updated stripe/stripe-php library to v13.15.0.
  • Changed: Updated woocommerce/action-scheduler library to v3.7.2.
  • Changed: Updated DOMPurify library to 3.0.9.
  • Changed: Adjusted notifications on the empty forms screen.
  • Changed: HTML tags are allowed in the Order Summary for the Total payment field.
  • Changed: When the entry is marked as not spam, submit data to Akismet for learning and help make the Web a better place for everyone.
  • Changed: Improved error handling when creating or updating a form.
  • Changed: Improved fields layout on the frontend for better user experience on mobile devices.
  • Changed: Bring the frontend markup of the form more in line with the W3C standards to reduce validator errors.
  • Fixed: Various RTL problems in the admin dashboard, form builder and a form preview page.
  • Fixed: Various responsive issues on admin pages.
  • Fixed: The Paragraph field was allowed horizontal resizing.
  • Fixed: Make sure we output valid robots.txt file rules if the file is empty.
  • Fixed: PHP notices were thrown in some cases when Stripe subscription renewals were created.
  • Fixed: Customer email was shown instead of customer name on the Payments Overview screen for Stripe subscription renewals in some cases.
  • Fixed: The builder sidebar was hidden on the context menu edit actions.
  • Fixed: Fatal error was thrown on the frontend with corrupted form data.
  • Fixed: 0 (zero) as a choices field raw value was not saved.
  • Fixed: The payment single field had the wrong spacing with enabled quantities.
  • Fixed: Long placeholders being broken into multiple lines after Safari 17.3.1 update.
  • Fixed: Media upload did not work in some cases on mobile devices.
  • Fixed: Placeholder option was hidden for the Single Item field with ‘user defined’ type.
  • Fixed: Incorrect prices in the Order Summary table when items in the Checkbox Items field had the hyphen symbol.
  • Fixed: Modern multiple select fields with long placeholder text overlapped a drop-down arrow.
  • Fixed: Infinite loading button was shown on mobile devices in some cases.
  • Fixed: Multisite activation: plugin should stay activated on a single site after user activated it on a network level.
  • Fixed: There was a race condition with invisible reCaptcha v2, preventing form submission in some edge cases.
  • Fixed: Elementor widget styles were broken due to a conflict with the Gutenberg block.
  • Fixed: Some unnecessary inline styles were applied for email notifications with HTML tags.
  • Fixed: Payment fields weren’t reflected properly in the Order Summary table in some cases.
  • Fixed: WPCode Install/Activate modal and Entries Education Modal now look better on mobile screens.
  • Fixed: {author_*} smart tags were returning incorrect results in some cases.
  • Fixed: Incorrect styles were applied for “Order Summary” table in some cases.
  • Fixed: Improved handling of corrupted payment submission data.

  • Changed: “What’s New” modal should be displayed based on the major version of the plugin.
  • Changed: Improved Akismet integration efficiency.
  • Fixed: Antispam token was passed as a simple form field, not protected from spam bots.
  • Fixed: PHP warning was thrown in case of anonymous form submission when User ID smart tag was used.
  • Fixed: Image positioning in the “What’s New” blocks wasn’t always correct.
  • Fixed: Modal windows were not displayed on small screens.
  • Fixed: The animation for opening the “What’s New” modal worked improperly when the modal had small content.
  • Fixed: The background was not entirely dimmed when scrolling the “What’s New” popup.

  • Added: The Announcements block in the Community page.
  • Added: New way to expand the Form Templates subcategories list in the templates list sidebar.
  • Added: New splash screen outlining notable features and changes in the release.
  • Added: The user can see an overview of what they are purchasing by enabling the Order Summary for the Total payment field.
  • Added: New {order_summary} smart tag.
  • Changed: Improved compatibility with Twenty Twenty-Three theme.
  • Changed: Improved plugin activation on WordPress multisite setups with both Lite and Pro versions installed.
  • Changed: Improved support of sites hosted in the Azure platform using IIS.
  • Changed: Updated DOMPurify library to 3.0.8.
  • Changed: Removed jquery-confirm library in favor of jQuery.Confirm Reloaded drop-in replacement.
  • Changed: Spam protection token is valid now for 3 days instead of 2.
  • Changed: Spam protection token is no longer loaded with JS to avoid fails caused by script errors.
  • Changed: Storing spam entries is now enabled by default for new forms.
  • Changed: Users with limited capabilities are allowed to view the Forms Templates and Addons pages.
  • Updated: tijsverkoyen/css-to-inline-style library to v2.2.7.
  • Updated: symphony/polyfill-iconv library to v1.19.0.
  • Updated: symphony/polyfill-mbstring library to v1.19.0.
  • Updated: woocommerce/action-scheduler library to v3.7.1.
  • Updated: stripe/stripe-php library to v13.9.0.
  • Fixed: Some background actions could fail if triggered by WP-CLI via server cron.
  • Fixed: Fatal error may occur in rare cases during migrations if they were triggered manually.
  • Fixed: Read-only Number fields should not display spin buttons.
  • Fixed: The Icons Choices field with a Large size was not centered in the Block Editor and Elementor.
  • Fixed: Two messages appeared when clicking on the reCAPTCHA field after searching the fields in the Builder.
  • Fixed: A form with a long title expanded the form selector dropdown in the Block Editor.
  • Fixed: CSS Styles were not applied if Global Colors were already selected in Elementor Builder.
  • Fixed: Payment method details were not stored for Stripe renewals.
  • Fixed: The template page had style issues in the German language.
  • Fixed: The Elementor popup preview had broken WPForms styles.
  • Fixed: In some situations, payment amounts were improperly sanitized.
  • Fixed: Some modals across the admin area were not responsive and did not fit on smaller screen sizes.
  • Fixed: Templates’ cache wasn’t updated after the plugin update.
  • Fixed: RTL support for WPForms Settings page.
  • Fixed: RTL support for the Form Builder.
  • Fixed: Some frontend fields were improperly rendered for RTL.
  • Fixed: The user interface had different other issues when RTL language was in use.
  • Fixed: The Form Builder settings screen had multiple visual issues when RTL language was used.
  • Fixed: AJAX calls didn’t work on servers with empty $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'] value.
  • Fixed: Improved Forms overview page display on mobile devices.
  • Fixed: Improved Tools pages display on mobile devices.
  • Fixed: Custom Captcha settings were duplicated on the Form Builder when the field was added through the Settings > Spam and Security screen.
  • Fixed: Localization issues were present on the Get Started screen.
  • Fixed: Subscriptions made by the Stripe Link payment method before 1.8.6.
  • Fixed: Some non-optimized MySQL requests locked the database for seconds on huge sites with thousands of tables.
  • Fixed: The Appearance of multiple dropdown values was incorrect.
  • Fixed: Some information was missing if Smart Tags were processed in the background via cron.
  • Fixed: The recent Chrome version for Windows was not displaying the custom scrollbars correctly.
  • Fixed: wpforms_plaintext_field_value filter was unavailable since 1.8.5 version.
  • Fixed: The form submission triggered an error on sites with long-term page caching.

See changelog for all versions.