Cases When You Should Add a Google Map to Your WordPress Form

Whether you’re creating a WordPress contact form, a WordPress form for event registration or a WordPress order form to sell products or services, details like keeping the form short, purposeful and non-intrusive, adding multiple-choice if necessary and many others, have a great impact on your visitors’ or  customers’ decision to […]

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 […]

WordPress News: What’s on the Horizon?

My, how time flies. It seems like only yesterday we were talking about WordPress 4.5- The first major WordPress release of 2016. Now WordPress 4.6 is fast approaching (slated for release on August 16). We wouldn’t expect anything less from WordPress, continually striving to get better and even more feature-rich. WordPress […]

June 2016 Roundup | CaptainForm

From launching new features to attending 2 WordCamps and everything in between, CaptainForm had some interesting things happen last month. Let’s see what went down in June! Centralized Form Management for Digital Agencies Presently, 30.23% of CaptainForm’s paying users are freelancers or digital agencies. Based on their needs, we’ve implemented […]