WordPress Register Page Template
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WordPress register page templates simplify the process to create WordPress registration page. These form templates offers registration forms to fit various processes. You can download free templates for WordPress Forms from RegistrationMagic Template Site.
These WordPress register page templates are created going by the details and specks included for a particular event. You might even integrate some plugins and extensions to the registration form if required. Form templates are usually customizable. RegistrationMagic provides form templates for payments, sports events, rent application, summer camps etc.
RegistrationMagic, however, tops the list of user registration form template collection. Simultaneously, add necessary fields and display fields according to your choice.
With this in mind, we will discuss the General 3 General purpose form templates. These include general purpose registration, payment, and contact forms.
To illustrate, a screenshot is shared with images of 3 general purpose form templates.
General Purpose Registration Form
This is the most common registration form anyone has ever come across. It includes fields such as First and Last Name, D.O.B, gender and other specifications of the user.
In case the user has a website, you have a field to enter it as well. Other information such as country, time zone, address and a short bio is also embedded.
This form serves the purpose of submitting a registration form with general details of the user. You can download the General Purpose Registration form for free.
General Purpose Payment Form
This is the form including checkout using payment gateways. Payment gateways are embedded into the form integrating certain payment processors. PayPal, Stripe, and WePay are some of the recommended ones. Besides the First and Last name, this form consists of a “Billing Address” and a “Product” field.
The “Shipping Address” might be different from the “Billing Address”. To enumerate, it fits in separately. You can also relish the option of sending the product as a gift. Lastly, PayPal is the payment processor in this case if you are not paying offline.
You can download the General Purpose Payment form for free from the RM template directory.
General Purpose Registration Form
This is another abundantly used registration form template. This form is used for keeping any kind of registration in mind. Similarly, general purpose registration forms have a lot in common with contact forms.
It constitutes first and last name fields along with the website, country and biographical details of the user.
Other fields include time zone, address, dropdowns and an area to enter text if any. You can download the free General Purpose Registration form from RM’s template inventory.
Publishing these General Purpose Forms
Download all the three forms and save them in a drive on your system in XML format. From the RegistrationMagic plugin on your WordPress dashboard go to “All Forms”.
Click the “Import” button from the operations box. You are now on the RegistrationMagic Import Engine page. Eventually, you upload the related XML file from your drive. Choose the form template you want to use. Click “Import”.
Import commences with the click of the “Import” button. In the meantime, the import of all the forms is successful.
Do the same with each of the forms. Now from the “Pages” section create a “New Page” for every general-purpose form.
Copy the respective shortcodes from each form and paste them on the “Body” section of every new page.
Click “Publish” to embed the form on your WordPress page.
You can also add fields and display fields if required. To demonstrate, shared below are the screenshots of how these General Purpose Forms look on your WordPress page.
In conclusion, this completes the tutorial on importing form templates to RegistrationMagic and publishing them with shortcodes.
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