WP-FormAssembly | FormAssembly / Drew Buschhorn | forms


Quickly embed FormAssembly web forms into your website with the FormAssembly WordPress Plugin!

Use FormAssembly’s all-in-one form builder and data collection platform to:
Create contact forms, applications, payment forms, and surveys. Integrate data with Salesforce, PayPal, Google Apps and more. Keep data secure with GDPR/CCPA compliance, PCI DSS Level 1 Certification, and encryption at rest.

Sign up for a free trial at FormAssembly.com/sign-up to start building your form, then use the plugin and shortcode to embed forms onto your WordPress site.



Replace 123456 with your form ID. Learn more: https://help.formassembly.com/knowledgebase/articles/340363-wordpress

Example shortcode for Basic, Professional, & Premier Plans:
[formassembly formid=123456]

Shortcode for Enterprise:
[formassembly formid=123456 server=”https://your.server.tld”]

To use this plugin, you will need a FormAssembly account.


FormAssembly Professional, Premier, & Basic Plans – (tfaforms.com):
[formassembly formid=123456]

FormAssembly Enterprise Cloud Edition – (Most commonly: organization.tfaforms.net):
[formassembly formid=123456 server=”https://your.server.tld”]

Publish with an iframe – (Inline Frame):

If you’d rather display the form in an inline frame, or if your server doesn’t support the default publishing method, add the iframe attribute to your tag.

For instance, a benefit to using an iframe would be to avoid conflicting CSS rules between the parent site and the embedded form.
[formassembly formid=123456 iframe=1]


[formassembly formid=123456 server=”https://your.server.tld” iframe=1]

Publish a Workflow:

[formassembly workflowid=1234]

Add Style:

It is possible to add CSS to your shortcode to control the size of the form/iframe in the page. For example, you can define the width:
[formassembly formid=123456 iframe=1 style=”width: 300px !important;”]


  1. Upload wp_formassembly.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Place [formassembly formid=NNNN] shortcode in your post.

Plugin author

FormAssembly / Drew Buschhorn

Plugin official website address

If you encounter problems in using the WP-FormAssembly plugin, you can comment below, and I will try my best to help you solve the problem

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