This is an extremely popular forms plugin for WordPress, so I thought I would give it a try. The thing is, my initial impression was so bad that I really didn’t delve into it very deep. I was looking for a plugin that could be used by casual WordPress administrators; unfortunately Form 7 was just not it. First, compared to other form software out there, Form 7’s interface was very clunky. It is not graphical, and I really didn’t find it intuitive. The image shows you what the default form is that comes up along with a partial add of a text field. Notice that there is very little graphical on this interface. To add a field you have to generate the tag, then copy and paste that tag into the Form window. To rearrange you have to edit the html. And I didn’t find any obvious way to edit a tag in the dialog once it was generated; only thing I could figure out was to edit the html.
Bottom line… I’m bypassing Form 7.
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