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How To Create A File Upload Form In WordPress | Simple & Easy [Video]

How To Create A File Upload Form In WordPress | Simple & Easy

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Learn how you can create a file upload form on your WordPress site.

Let’s say you have a website and you want to give a way to your visitors to share/upload their files with you by adding a file upload form to your website.

You can do this easily by following our 3 simple steps.

So let’s get started.

𝗧𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲 𝗼𝗳 𝗰𝗼𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗻𝘁𝘀 :

00:00 Intro

00:49 Install ‘Forminator’ Plugin

01:40 Create File Upload Form

03:54 Add The Form To Your Site

05:11 Add Your Page To Menu

07:20 Increase File Upload Size

09:59 Reply Back To Your Visitors

12:20 Add File Upload Form To Your Page Using Elementor

Step 1 : Install ‘Forminator’ Plugin

To install the plugin,

Go to WordPress Dashboard ► Plugins ► Add New

Now search for ‘Forminator’ and click ‘Install & Activate’.

Once you’ve installed the plugin, you can go to the next step.

Step 2 : Create File Upload Form

To create the form,

Go to WordPress Dashboard ► Forminator ► Forms ► Create

Now choose the type of form you want to create and click ‘Create’.

And now give a name to your form and click ‘Create’.

So now you’ve got your form.

Now if your form doesn’t have any field to upload the files,

You need to add a file upload field to your form.

To add the field, click ‘Insert Fields’ and choose ‘File Upload’.

Now select the type of single file or multiple files and click ‘Apply’.

Now click ‘Publish’ and your file upload form will be created.

Step 3 : Add The Form To Your Site

To add the form, first you need to create a page.

So go to Pages ► Add New

Now give a name to your page and click the ‘+’ icon.

Now search for a block ‘Form’ and click on it.

So now your form is added to the page.

Now click ‘Publish’ and your form will be added to your site.

Now to add your page which you’ve created to your menu,

Go to WordPress Dashboard ► Appearance ► Customize

Now go to Menus ► Primary Menu ► Add Items

Now select the page which you’ve created and click ‘Publish’.

So now your page will be added to your menu.

Now if you want to increase the maximum size for file upload,

Go to WordPress Dashboard ► Forminator ► Forms

Now click ‘Edit’ on the form which you’ve created.

Now click on the ‘Upload File’ field and then go to ‘Settings’.

Now under ‘File Size Limit’ enter the maximum file size you want.

So to save the changes, click ‘Apply’ & ‘Update’.

So now your file size limit will be increased.

Now if someone submits a form,

You will receive the details in your email along with the file they’ve uploaded.

Now if you want to reply back to your visitors,

Go to WordPress Dashboard ► Forminator ► Forms

Now click ‘Edit’ on the form which you’ve created.

Now go to Email Notifications ► Admin Email ► Advanced

Now under ‘Reply-to Email’ select ‘Email Address’ and click ‘Add’.

So to save the changes, click ‘Update’.

And now you can reply back to your visitors.

Next let’s see how you can add file upload form to your page which is built using ‘Elementor’.

Now go to the page which you’ve built and click ‘Edit with Elementor’.

Now search for ‘Forminator’ Widget and add it.

And now give a title to your form and click ‘Update’.

So now your form will be added to your page.

So that’s it guys.

This is how you can create a file upload form on your WordPress site.

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