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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 2220 Applicable

Instructions and Help about Can Form 2220 Applicable

In this video, I'm going to show you how to create a conditional form using a free WordPress plugin. The form will allow certain parts to appear or disappear based on user input. Let's get started. Welcome back, it's Bjorn from WP Learning Lab, where we help you improve your WordPress skills to benefit your business, clients, and yourself. If this is your first time here, make sure to subscribe and hit the bell notification icon to be notified when we publish more awesome content. Now, let's head over to the screen capture and start building the conditional form. I'll see you there. Here we are on the WordPress dashboard. To install the plugin, hover over "plugins" and click on "add new." Search for "Caldera Forms" and choose the first one on the top left. All the others are add-ons for the forms, which you can explore if you'd like. Click on "install now" and then "activate now" to make the form active. You can choose to sign up for their update list if you want, but it's optional. Caldera Forms adds a menu option on the left-hand side. Click on "forms" to proceed. Caldera Forms has both a free version and a premium version. The free version is sufficient for most users, but if you want additional features, you can opt for the premium version. For this demonstration, we'll be using the free version. Click on the "new form" button. Starting with a blank form is a good idea, especially if you already know what kind of form you want. However, using a template can be helpful if you're unsure. Let's name our form "service booking form" and click on "create." Now we have a blank form. To add fields, simply drag and drop the button onto the blank row. A pop-up...