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May 1, 2015 at 3:53 pm 42874
Jourdain Hi Guys, I was wondering if it is possible to add multiple forms on the same page. I am currently creating a user flow so its is very easy for users to add different types of content. My plan does not work if different forms cannot be added to the same page. If it is not currently possible is there a solution, seems like a logical feature to me with the varied content types available within WordPress I look forward to hearing from you. Cheers
May 2, 2015 at 11:17 am 42911
towhid towhid

Hello Jourdain,

I am really sorry to say that we do not have this kind of feature right now.
Can you please check the below discussion about registration form but it could be help you get an idea how to implement a multiple form in a same page.

Thank you 🙂

May 3, 2015 at 7:42 pm 42960
Jourdain Jourdain

Hi Towhid,

Thanks for the response. I had a look and understand that adding multiple forms to the same page is currently not possible.

Here is what I have I done as a workaround for anyone who want’s to give the impression of multiple forms on the same page

Create and style an unordered list to your liking (I used this article for style reference). Once you have your list you can create multiple pages, one for each form you want to create. Then copy the <ul> to each page, link each <li> item to the appropriate pages you have just created. You need a “current” class to display only the content from the <li> item you want.

The HTML I used

<div class="container">
<ul class="tabs">
	<li class="tab-link" data-tab="tab-1"><a href="">Heading Here</a></li>
	<li class="tab-link" data-tab="tab-2"><a href="">Heading Here</a></li>
	<li class="tab-link" data-tab="tab-3"><a href="">Heading Here</a></li>
	<li class="tab-link current" data-tab="tab-4">Heading Here</li>
<div id="tab-1" class="tab-content"></div>
<div id="tab-2" class="tab-content"></div>
<div id="tab-3" class="tab-content"></div>
<div id="tab-4" class="tab-content current">link form to be displayd here</div>
</div><!-- container -->

And some CSS

	display: none;

	display: inherit;

As long as your pages load in a reasonable time it gives a seamless transition between forms.


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