January 18, 2012

How to Create Forms in WordPress with the Ninja Forms Plugin

Every website needs forms – it’s an integral part of visitor/customer communication. However, custom forms can be a downright pain to code. That’s why most WordPress users benefit from a plugin that does all the work. Introducing…

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