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How to Create Conversational Forms in WordPress (Typeform Alternative)

Do you want to make your forms feel more human? Many of our readers have asked us to write a tutorial on how to create a Typeform-like form in WordPress.
Unlike a traditional contact form or survey form that lists all question at once, conversational forms take a one question at a time approach similar to a face-to-face conversation.
This makes conversational forms less overwhelming for users and result in higher form completion rate. In this article, we will show you how to create a conversational form in WordPress.

Conversational Form Plugin for WordPress (Typeform Alternative)
Previously it was hard to create conversational forms in WordPress because there wasn’t a good WordPress-focused solution.
Several SaaS applications offered this feature with Typeform being the most popular one, but it had several downsides:

Typeform is a SAAS (software as a service) tool which stores your forms data on their servers. This means you’re trusting someone else for your data security.
Typeform is expensive if you’re a small business. The premium plans start from $30 / user / month, and if you want more features, then it costs $59 / user / month.

While Typeform offered a free plan, it was too limited which made it less attractive for WordPress users.
This is why we asked our team at WPForms to create a Typeform alternative for WordPress.
Conversational Forms by WPForms lets you create interactive WordPress forms without the high costs of Typeform.

See the Conversational Form Demo
WPForms is the most user-friendly WordPress form plugin that’s used by over 1 million

23 Best WordPress Resume Themes for Your Online CV (2019)

Are you looking for a CV or Resume theme for WordPress? Building an online resume with your CV can help promote your personal brand, find a job, and make new contacts.
WordPress is an ideal platform to build a professional online presence. In this article, we have hand-picked some of the best WordPress resume themes that you can use to make a powerful impression.

Getting Started with Your Online Resume Website
In order to create your online CV or Resume website with WordPress, first, you will need a domain name and hosting.
We recommend using Bluehost because they are an official WordPress recommended hosting provider, and they are offering WPBeginner users an exclusive 60% off + a free domain name.
For more recommendations, you may want to check out our guide on how to choose the best WordPress hosting.
Tips on choosing a domain name for resume websites
First, take a look at our general tips on choosing the best domain name for a website. The basic tips will remain the same but you need to think of them from the perspective of a personal brand.
Many influencers and marketers prefer to use their own full names as their domain names. For example, SyedBalkhi.com.
Next, you need to register a .com domain name. They are easier to remember and mobile phones have a dedicated .com key which makes them easier to type.
If you have a common name, then a .com domain with your name may not be available. Instead of using hyphens, numbers, or

How to Add Multi-Column Content in WordPress Posts (No HTML Required)

Do you want to add multi-column content in your WordPress posts? Columns can be used to create engaging layouts for your posts and pages.
Traditional print media, like newspapers and magazines, have been using multi-column layouts since the very early days of printing. Their goal was to make it easier for users to read the smaller text while utilizing the available space economically.
Single column layouts are more commonly used on the web. However, multi-column grids are still useful for highlighting content and making it easier to scan and read.
In this article, we’ll show you how to easily add multi-column content in your WordPress posts without writing any HTML code.

Adding Multi-Column Content in WordPress – The Easy Way
Creating multi-column content aka grid column content in WordPress is now easy because it comes as a default feature. The new WordPress Block Editor Gutenberg includes a columns block.
To add a multi-column layout, you need to create a new post or edit an existing one. Once you’re in the post edit area, click on the ‘Add’ icon on the top to add a block.
Next, you need to select the ‘Columns’ block located under ‘Layout Elements’ tab.

You will now see the mouse cursor jumping on the left column and a text placeholder will appear on the right column.

As you can see in the above screenshot, the Columns block seems just an empty area at first. If you mouse over to the left, you can see the block border highlighted.

The Ultimate WordPress Security Guide (Step by Step)

WordPress security is a topic of huge importance for every website owner. Google blacklists around 10,000+ websites every day for malware and around 50,000 for phishing every week.
If you are serious about your website, then you need to pay attention to the WordPress security best practices. In this guide, we will share all the top WordPress security tips to help you protect your website against hackers and malware.

While WordPress core software is very secure, and it’s audited regularly by hundreds of developers, there is a lot that can be done to keep your site secure.
At WPBeginner, we believe that security is not just about risk elimination. It’s also about risk reduction. As a website owner, there’s a lot that you can do to improve your WordPress security (even if you’re not tech savvy).
We have a number of actionable steps that you can take to protect your website against security vulnerabilities.
To make it easy, we have created a table of content to help you easily navigate through our ultimate WordPress security guide.
Table of Contents
Basics of WordPress Security

Why WordPress Security is Important?
Keeping WordPress Updated
Passwords and User Permissions
The Role of Web Hosting

WordPress Security in Easy Steps (No Coding)

Install a WordPress Backup Solution
Best WordPress Security Plugin
Enable Web Application Firewall (WAF)
Move WordPress Site to SSL/HTTPS

WordPress Security for DIY Users

Change the Default “admin” username
Disable File Editing
Disable PHP File Execution
Limit Login Attempts
Add Two Factor Authentication
Change WordPress Database Prefix
Password Protect WP-Admin and Login
Disable Directory Indexing and Browsing
Disable XML-RPC in WordPress
Automatically log out Idle Users
Add Security Questions to

How to Choose the Best Website Builder in 2019 (Compared)

Website builders are a perfect solution for individuals and small businesses to start a website without hiring a developer. However, finding the best website builder can be tricky for beginners.
There are so many website builders on the market, how do you know which one is the right solution for you?
In this article, we’ll help you choose the best website builder by going over the pros and cons of the most popular options.

We will be comparing the following website builders in this article. If you are interested in a particular website builder, then just click on the name to skip ahead.

WordPress.org
Wix
Gator by HostGator
1&1 IONOS Website Builder
BigCommerce
Shopify
Weebly
Squarespace
GoDaddy Website Builder
WordPress.com
BoldGrid
Ucraft

Choosing the Best Website Builder — What to Look for?
Before comparing the top website builders, we recommend that you write down what you want to do with your website? What are your goals and what features would you like to see on your website.
For example, you can write down things like: have a blog section, photo gallery, online store, reservation system, contact form, slider, etc.
If you are unsure about what you want, then check out your competitors or other websites for inspiration.
Most website builders offer a drag and drop user interface to build your website. You can take advantage of the trial accounts to test drive before you make your final decision.
Next, you need to consider your growth options. Will you be adding regular updates to your website? Do you need a blog section? Would you be selling more products on your