Extend the functionality of your forms with Everest Forms pro.
Insert the Image Upload field to let your form fillers to upload any image (jpg, png, gif, etc.) type in the form.
- Allowed File Extensions: You can restrict to only allow certain types of images, such as gif, png, BMP, etc. Enter the multiple extensions separated by comma (,).
- Max File Size: Enter the max file size, in megabytes, to allow. If left blank, the value defaults to the maximum size the server allows.
- Maximum number limit on uploads: Allows you to enter the number of image uploads for this field.
- Store image in WordPress Media Library: Check this option to store the final uploaded file in the WordPress Media Library.
Similar to image upload, you can use the File Upload field to allow the form fillers to upload any type of file on the form.
You can change the label and the description, and change the additional settings. Just like the Image Upload field, there are additional settings: Allowed File Extensions, Max File Size, Maximum number limit on uploads and Store image in WordPress Media Library.
Similarly, you can drag and drop the hidden field. The Hidden Input field is not displayed on the page, so it does not allow visitors to add anything to it. The Hidden Input allows you, the webmaster, to add specific information to a form, to be passed through the form processor along with the data entered by the visitor.
Phone number field allows to only add phone number in the frontend.
For more settings, go to the Field Options by clicking on the Phone Field. Here, you can change the Label, Meta Key, Description like any other field. But, there are two main field options for Phone: Format and Input Mask
When you select the Format as Default, you can see the Input Mask option too where you can enter a custom input mask.
When you select the Format as Smart, it displays the country flag with validation and you don’t need to enter an Input Mask.
A password field on your form doesn’t display what the user types. Each keystroke is represented on the screen by a placeholder character, such as an asterisk or a bullet so that someone looking over the user’s shoulder can’t see what they type.
To change the Password settings, go to the Field Options. Here, you’ll see various options such as label, description and required. Other than that there are three options for the Password field.
Enable Password Confirmation: Enabling this option will add a Confirm Password field to your Password Field.
Enable Password Strength Meter: Enabling this option will show a password strength meter on the frontend of the form to the user input. There are two choices: Simple Text and Progress Bar.
Enable Show and Hide Password: Enabling this option will add the show and hide feature to your password field so that users can view or hide the entered password on the frontend.
With Custom HTML, you can display the code entered in the backend (custom field settings ).
Section title allows you to add the section to the fields and break the fields into the groups.
Address Field allows users to enter all address related information. Address field includes:
- Address Line 1
- Address Line 2
- Zip/Postal Code
On the Field Option, you have the regular settings for label, description and required. Also, when you check the required option, you can edit the required message for each subfield of the Address field.
In the Advanced Options, you can see the edit option for each subfield. To change the sub-labels, click on the edition option or simply click on the subfield name.
You also have the option to show only certain address fields from settings. By default all address fields are displayed, if you want to remove certain fields, check the checkbox indicated in the above figure.
With the country fields, you can list all countries in a select box for the user to choose from.
In the Field Options, you can see the settings for the Country field such as label, description, required and more. The main settings are:
Enable Country Flags: This option allows you to show the country flags on the frontend of the form.
Default Country: This option allows you to choose the default country so, the users cannot choose the country.
The Signature field allows you to receive E Signatures on your WordPress forms with no trouble. Form fillers can use the Touch Screens or even Mouse to sign on the form.
Payments Fields are helpful if you have the Payments add-on such as PayPal Standard activated. The fields will be described in the add-on section.
The payment field includes five form fields. Each of them is listed below:
- Single Item: Allows you to add the Name, Description, and Price for a single item on your form.
- Multiple Choice: Allows you to add multiple items and their relative prices on your form so the users can choose one item from it. Also, there is the image choice option which lets you add an image for each item for a better representation of your items.
- Checkboxes: Allows you to add multiple items and their relative prices so users can choose one or more items from it. And, you can add the images for each item like the Multiple Choice on your form.
- Quantity: Allows users to enter the quantity of the items selected. This allows the Total field to calculate the overall amount for the items selected X the quantity entered by the user.
- Total: Shows the total price of all the items selected by the users.
In the Everest Forms pro version, you can use the Rating field which comes under the Survey Fields. It is a very useful field for taking reviews from the users in a form.
In the Field Options, you can change the Label, Meta Key and Description like other form fields. There are more options specially meant for rating.
- Number of Icons: You can enter the number for the icons to be displayed in the rating.
- Rating Icon: This option allows you can choose a rating icon other than Star. There are five options to choose from.
- Icon Color: Also, you can change the color of the rating icon according to your liking.