Create reports and visualizations with data from FormKeep and other sources by using a data warehouse FormKeep provides form endpoints for developers and designers. You can point your form at a FormKeep URL, publish it to your site, and start collecting data without writing code for the form back end. Once you have some data, […]
Introduction The WordPress repository has thousands of plugins, which you can use to extend the functionality of your static WordPress website. For example, there are several plugins that you can use to create forms and harvest user information. However, the WordPress plugins are cumbersome to manage and, frequently, deny you the control to build things […]
At FormKeep, we make it easy to use your own form HTML and use our backend to capture, store and process your data. In this example, we have developed a simple Contact Us template that includes the following elements: First Name, Last Name, Email, Subject and Newsletter Subscription Checkbox. Below the Submit button you can […]
One of the reasons that FormKeep is so popular with web developers and designers is that it’s easy to style your form exactly the way you want. Unlike alternatives that require you to use their form templates and layouts, FormKeep makes it easy to layout and style your form exactly the way you want without […]
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