Fetches a published Google Form using a WordPress custom post or shortcode, removes the Google wrapper HTML and then renders it as a Chat Form embedded in your blog post or page. When using Chat Form post type, the wpcform shortcode accepts one parameter, id, which is the post id of the form. There are a number of other options, refer to the documentation for further details.
For example, suppose you want to integrate the form at
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?hl=en_US&pli=1&formkey=ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678#gid=0, (not a real URL) use the following shortcode in your WordPress post or page:
Currently, this plugin only supports Google Forms that are public. Private Google Forms are not supported.
- Install using the WordPress Plugin Installer (search for
WordPress Chat Form) or download
WordPress Chat Form, extract the
wpcformsfolder and upload
- Activate the plugin through the \’Plugins\’ menu in WordPress.
WP Chat Formsfrom the
Settingsmenu as appropriate.
- Recommended: Create a Chat Form Custom Post Type and then use the
[wpcform id=\'1\']shortcode wherever you\\’d like to insert the a Chat Form or simply publish the form and use it\\’s permalink URL.
- What is a Chat Form?
Chat Form is a Form that uses a chat interface to interact with the user.
- How can I create a Chat Form?
First you need to create a public Google Form and than paste the Google Form link to the Chat Forms plugin, select a language and click on the \\’Generate\\’ button.
- How does a Chat Form interacts with Google Forms?
All replies are being directly send to the Google Form that is behind the google form and feed to the attached spreadsheet.
- How is behind Chat Forms?
Chat Forms is a free tool created by inter-act
- Can I see more examples?
For more examples go to Chat Forms website.
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- Remove debug hooks
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