How to Allow Users to Submit Posts to Your WordPress Site

Hello Friends  Today we are discussing  on the topic of How to Allow Users to Submit Posts to Your WordPress Site.

How you accept submissions on your blog is completely up to you. You can automatically publish anything from anyone, or you can require user registration, and approve or reject the content before it gets published. This method is useful for sites that accept guest blog posts,  and as a way to gather content for developing clients websites.

Now we tell how to take step for submit

Step 1: Get and Install WPForms

The first thing you need to do is install and activate the WPForms plugin. Here’s a step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin. To access this addon, you must have the Pro license plan. To activate the addon, go to WPForms » Addons.

WPForms

Step 2: How to Allow Post Submissions

 

The super easy blog post submission form template will create the form fields you need to accept posts.

post-submission-template

Step 3: Publish Your Form

 

Now it’s time to publish your form!

 

WPForms allow you to add your forms in various locations from your blog posts, pages, and your sidebar (widget-ready areas).

Gravity-Forms-Review-Publish-Choose-Form

 

First let’s take a look at the most common post / page embed option. Start by creating a new post or page in WordPress and then click on the Add Form button there.

 

Hope this article will be worthy and helpful. To get best support and help, you can chat with our customer executive Dial wordPress support Help line number 1-877-994-9757 to get Help.

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