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How to use Confirm Field for Elementor Form in WordPress

Do you want to include a confirm field in your WordPress forms?

When submitting forms, users may enter incorrect information because of typos. This can make responding to their messages or adding them to a lead pipeline difficult.

The simplest solution is to add a Confirmation field to your forms.

Confirm field type makes it easy to require a user to verify their email address, password or text area, URL. Below you can find a guide explaining how to set it up for your Elementor form.

Demonstration of Confirm field

Tutorial - How to add Confirm field to your form

  • Step 1: Create a form or open a form you have already created.
  • Step 2: Add an Email field or Password field to your form if you don’t already have one.
  • Step 3: Create a confirmation field by choosing Type: Confirm.
  • Step 4: Fill out the Confirm Field ID (Field ID of first email field) and choose Confirm type base on your demand.
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Furthermore, you can make a similar setup for Text, Text area, and URL field types.

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