PDF notifications

Form submissions can be sent to your as PDF notifications. There are two types of PDF notifications: – PDF notifications with the submission layout. These look just like the submission that you receive via email, but they come in PDF format. They are available starting with the Apprentice plan and […]

Accept credit card payments through your form

CaptainForm payment forms can currently be integrated with 11 payment processors. Five of the integrations accept credit card payments directly on form: – PayPal Pro – PayPal Payflow – Stripe – Authorize.net – Braintree Four of the integrations accept credit card payments on the processor’s side: – PayFast – Sage […]

How to build a WordPress quote request form?

To build a quote request form, simply select the “Quote request” template from our list of predefined forms, then customize it according to your needs. In the Editor, drag and drop the form fields that are suitable for your scenario and change the field labels. In Settings, specify the email […]

The Most Common WordPress Security Threats

This is a guest post by: Chris Teitzel is the Founder and CEO of both Lockr, which helps to increase website security by providing secure storage for API and Encryption keys; and Cellar Door Media, a premier development and business technology consulting company. Find him on Twitter and Linkedin.   WordPress has a […]

Where are form submissions stored?

Form submissions can be stored in one of the following places: The CaptainForm servers Your own server By default, submissions are stored on the CaptainForm servers. Our Amazon servers are highly secured and backed up daily. Our mother platform, 123ContactForm, has been successful in the form building field since 2008. […]

How to prefill embedded forms?

We will start off from the step where you have created your web form, but you haven’t published it yet on your WordPress website. To add automatic values to your fields, you will need to tweak your shortcode a bit, but don’t worry – once you get the hang of […]

How to whitelist CaptainForm messages in your email client?

Communication is the basis to any good relationship. That’s why we strive to build the best relationships with our users, but something might get into the way. That’s right: automatic spam filters. Some email clients might automatically flag our messages as spam, but this is something common when messages don’t […]

An Untold Secret to Master WordPress Bugs

This is a guest post by:  Lisa Smith is a designer by profession, writer by Choice. Writes articles for Pleasure as well as for Living. Apart from this, she also Volunteers in a Few Animal Rescue Centers.     WordPress is popular for one reason- it enables developers set up their […]

What if your WordPress Blog Gets Hacked?

This is a guest post by:  Lisa Smith is a designer by profession, writer by Choice. Writes articles for Pleasure as well as for Living. Apart from this, she also Volunteers in a Few Animal Rescue Centers.     These days a lot of people are creating their own websites and […]

How to integrate your WordPress form with Desk.com

With the CaptainForm – Desk.com integration for WordPress forms, you can send tickets through submissions without a hassle. And that’s because the integration is easy to set up and helps you process your support tickets much faster. To enable the integration, you do not require any extra add-on. However, you’ll […]