If you follow news in the WordPress world, you’ve probably seen plans for the new editor called “Gutenberg”.
The key change is that WordPress will move away from a single text box and instead allow you to create a post with many boxes. You may have one box for a featured image, one box for your first paragraph, one box for a video, one box for your second paragraph, and so on.
A Gator Forms user asked us an interesting question. They wanted to know if it was possible to create a UserVoice-style feedback tab on their site.
UserVoice is a very popular way of collecting feedback from customers. They are famous for their orange “Feedback” tab that appears on many sites.
One Gator Forms user asked us they could show a Gator Form inside a pulldown tab at the top of their WordPress site.
They needed a pulldown button that looked like this image below. If you click on the “Quick Apply” link, a form slides down.
You can now download version 2.5.0 of Gator Forms
This version has a very useful feature that has been missing from Gator Forms before now. You can save all the messages that people send you.
This feature is available both to Gator Forms Free and Gator Forms Pro users.
Welcome, and come on in. We’re open!
Gator Forms is the rebirth of a plugin that has already been on WordPress.org for several years. The original name of the plugin was “Perfect Ajax Contact Form”.
You can see the updated Gator Forms listing on WordPress.org. The plugin already has over several thousand active users with over 40 ratings (the average of over 4/5 stars).