AForms is undergoing a major upgrade from v1 to v2. This will include some incompatible changes, and we will explain the precautions to take when upgrading.
The biggest feature of AForms is its ability to create automatic quotation forms. In this article, we will explain the basics of how to create such automatic quotations.
Forms created by AForms behave in various ways depending on their settings.
In this article we explain how to control the behavior of forms.
In this page we will explain the common settings for all AForms forms.
You can set the tax rates, how to handle fractions, etc.
You can change the wording of your forms from the admin panel.
In this article we will explain how to make the changes, theme by theme.
Also, we will include a list of Words.
In this article we will explain how to achieve conditional branch in AForms with concrete examples. How do you do it? Attach a label on the user.
In this article we will explain how to set up tax rate in AForms.
AForms has been able to handle multiple tax rates since v2. It’s okay to have tax-free details lines.
Starting with v2.1, AForms allows you to use expressions for unit price and quantity.
If you write an expression, the calculation will be done in the form, and you can change the unit price and quantity on the fly.
We will introduce WordPress hooks (actions/filters) as defined in AForms.
We will explain how to install the AForms PDF extension. After installing the plugin, install the General pack.
With AFormsPdf, you can automatically publish quotations in PDF format that your customers create in forms.
In this article we will explain how to customize the sample and create a PDF quotation quickly.
In this article, we describe all setting fields in the Style extension.