How to run your form from the WordPress plugin
In the WordPress plugin you can share a link to your form, or embed the form into your own WordPress site with the WordPress shortcode, Gutenberg block or Elementor widget.
Tripetto forms can be shared with your audience via a shareable link or by embedding the form into your WordPress site.
Share with a link
Tripetto offers a shareable link for each form you build. This is a direct link to your form within your own WordPress site. You can just share that link with your audience and collect your data. All data will be stored inside your own WordPress instance.
Embed in your site
By embedding your form in your site you can place the form at the exact location where it blends perfectly with your content. All data will be stored inside your own WordPress instance.
We offer several ways to embed your forms in your WordPress site. It largely depends on the WordPress builder you use which method is best and easiest for you:
- WordPress shortcode, if you use a traditional editor;
- Gutenberg block, if you use the Gutenberg editor;
- Elementor widget, if you use the Elementor builder.
This is the basic implementation method in WordPress. Most builders will offer a way to use shortcodes to embed an element in your site; in our case that's a Tripetto form.
If you use the Gutenberg editor in WordPress, we advise to use Tripetto's Gutenberg block. This makes it easy to add and build forms right where you want to publish them.
If you use the Elementor builder in WordPress, we advise to use Tripetto's Elementor widget. This makes it easy to add forms in your Elementor templates, even within Elementor popups.
Data control in the WordPress plugin
Both the form and collected data are hosted and stored in your own WordPress instance. Not a single connection related to Tripetto is ever made with an external host other than yours. It's all in your own instance, under your control.