With the WordPress front end editor, your users can update form submissions and user-submitted pages or posts from the front end of your site. Make it easy for clients to delete and edit form submissions in a seamless and simple way.
From registration forms, membership forms, and email subscriber forms, to directory/classified listings forms, your logged-in site members can be allowed to edit them. Administrators also have powerful capabilities to edit entries submitted by others. Want users with another role to edit more than just their own submissions? Set form-specific editing permissions based upon the user role.
Create lists of entries with edit links, or automatically pull up a single entry for editing with the flexible power of a Formidable View. No other WordPress form builder plugin has this capability baked in.
Do you want a site with user-generated content? Our WordPress front end editor is a must-have.
The WordPress front end editor is included in the core Formidable Pro plugin. User profile creation and editing requires the WordPress User Registration plugin.
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I reviewed and tested dozens of WP plugins (both free and premium versions) and all fell short, because they were not flexible enough to allow customization. Formidable changed everything. After testing it extensively, I found that the more I dug into it, the more flexibility I discovered it had. And after using Formidable for about a year now, I have found that no matter what functionality I can imagine, Formidable provides a way to create it.Richard Gordon
Not only can you edit form submissions from the front end, but they can also be deleted.
Take a look at the example of editing a form entry in place and deleting it too.
Select a country down to a U.S. city using a set of dependent dropdowns.
Open forms, views, other shortcodes, or sections of content in a Bootstrap popup.
Choose a date or set a response limit to automatically open and close forms.