You can download the plugin here.
This WordPress plugin helps you embed forms created with Paperform. It provides a block for embedding forms via the Gutenberg editor, along with a shortcode for embedding Paperform forms
It's easy! Just follow the following steps.
/paperformon a new line inside the Gutenberg editor.
If you don't have a form yet, you can create it at Paperform.co.
There are some other options available in the block widget:
Save the post and check out your handy work.
Simple! Anywhere you can use a shortcode, simply type
[paperform my-form-name] where "my-form-name" is part of the form URL before paperform.co. For example, if your form's direct URL is https://newsletter.paperform.co, then the form's ID would be "newsletter". E.g.
Want to configure the embed? The embed supports a bunch of attributes to change the way the embed behaves. See the embedding article for a full list of supported attributes. To add attributes to your shortcode, you can just add them before the closing "]".
[paperform newsletter lazy=1 no-scroll=1].
Yes! Follow the shortcode instructions above to embed the form, and then you can add the following additional attributes to turn it into a popup button.
popup-button This will turn the embed into a button, that when clicked will open the form.
label This will be the text displayed on the button
class Any additional CSS classes you would like to add to the form.
[paperform newsletter popup-button=1 label="Show me the form please" class="btn-default btn-lg"]