Want to create an Ajax registration form for WordPress sites? With a form builder and user registration integration, it's easy!
If you're looking for a way to get an Ajax registration form on your WordPress site, there are two main ways to do it:
- Code it manually
- Use a WordPress plugin
WordPress is a great tool, but it doesn't have everything by default. Unless you are a really good coder, your best bet is to use a WordPress form builder. Of course, not all form builders are created equal. More on that later.
Want to try coding jquery Ajax by yourself? Without experience, that will be a challenge! Are familiar with concepts like Ajax requests, type POST, type TEXT, Ajax calls, input types, success functions, and function responses?
If that made your head spin, don't worry! We're going to show you how to create an Ajax registration form with just a few clicks. All you need are the right tools.
Today we'll show you how to do this with a plugin called Formidable Forms. Before we show you the Ajax registration form, let's take a quick look at a few features that make Formidable the best Ajax plugin on the block.
Why Formidable for Ajax registration forms?
As you'll soon see, Formidable can handle Ajax registration forms with ease. But it can do so much more than that! Especially when it comes to Ajax.
With Formidable, pretty much any form you want can be Ajax-ified. And sure, there are other form plugins like WPForms, but Formidable has advanced features that can't be compared.
If you've got complex forms in mind, try our Ajax multi-step forms! Spread your forms across multiple pages and you'll convert many more users than you thought possible.
Learn more: WordPress multistep forms
Creating your Ajax registration form
An Ajax form allows you to collect submissions without a page refresh. And of course, a registration form allows you to collect registrations. We've written about this a lot:
- How to Add a Registration Form in WordPress
- How to Create a Login and Registration Page in WordPress
In Formidable, creating a form to allow users to login and register for an account is easy. You could use our registration form template, which includes everything you need (like password fields and profile photo uploads).
Or you can build your own form using our drag and drop form builder:
After you've got your registration form ready, now we need to turn on Ajax. Are you ready? All you need to do is tick these 3 boxes:
We told you this would be easy! These options are found in the Form Settings tab of any form you create with Formidable.
That's really all there is to it. Formidable is powerful enough to handle any Ajax form you can think of. And you can integrate it with other platforms to do even more.
Or you can just keep things simple and use our widget to create an Ajax login form. You decide. Thanks for stopping by - stay tuned to the Formidable blog for more WordPress tips and tricks. Bye for now.