Available Shortcodes

This will explain how to use FormLift’s basic shortcodes.

There are two which come with the base plugin!

To Display A Form:

To place a form on a page, or rather anywhere that will accept a shortcode, you may use the following shortcode.

[formlift id="FORM_ID"]

Simply replace FORM_ID with the ID of your form, or you can copy the shortcode from either of the two areas show below.

To Display User Data:

If you have a valid SSL, you can temporarily store user data on your site for use later. For example to create a personalized WordPress thank you page. In order to access that data, you may use the following shortcode.

[formlift_data name="FIELD_NAME"]

The FIELD_NAME parameter corresponds to the NAME attribute of an input element in your form.

For example…

To display a user’s first name, you would enter

[formlift_data name="inf_field_FirstName"]

Alternatively, if you are entering multiple pieces of user data in a row, you may use this iteration of the same shortcode.

[formlift_data] Some text %%FIELD_NAME%% some more text 
%%ANOTHER_FIELD_NAME%% [/formlift_data]

A full example would look like this.

[formlift_data] Hi my name is %%inf_field_FirstName%% %%inf_field_LastName%% [/formlift_data]
By |2018-04-27T12:09:52+00:00April 27th, 2018|Documentation|0 Comments

About the Author:

Adrian Tobey is a certified Digital Marketer from Canada's leading digital marketing training company Training Businesses Pros. Along with providing and training best digital marketing practices, he is the lead developer and creator of FormLift.

Leave A Comment