Luxembourg – FLATsite, the all-in-one platform for building and managing static websites, proudly announced the release of its newest plugin that will enhance productivity and streamline efficiency in different areas. The new Severless Forms plugin for static sites supports custom HTTP Endpoints, Webhooks and works harmoniously with providers such as Basin, FormKeep, Formspree and many more. In addition, this plugin supports Contact Form 7 and Gravity Forms. A support for custom PHP forms is available which simply means that the plugin will allow overwrite of the form on the page with a given ID or lookup class. This move boosts autonomy for users even if they don’t use popular plugins themselves.
The release of this new tool means that users will be able to convert any Contact Form 7 to use the endpoint of their favorite static form provider. There will replace of php form actions wherein users will experience greater management of WP forms, Contact Form 7 and Gravity plugins. More plugins will be released soon.
The new Severless Forms plugin is now available for installation on WordPress.org’s Plugins page. FLATsite will continue offering to its valued customers, access to all the functionalities of a Word Press website (backend features) while allowing publishing in static or flat form. The benefit of faster page loading speeds and more secure websites continues to be enhanced as FLATsite separates WordPress’ backend from the frontend in the headless Word Press website management.
As usual, an added benefit of using FLATsite to access Word Press accompanies the elimination of the need for databases and strengthening users’ website against hacks. In moving forward, users can only expect greater productivity from FLATsite as it engages the utilization of different effective tools to boost user experience and desired goals.
FLATsite allows its users to access all the functionalities of a WordPress website (backend features) but publish in static or flat form. Known as headless WordPress website management, this separation of WordPress’ backend from its frontend benefits users as pages load faster, which should result in lower bounce rates. Using FLATsite to access WordPress also eliminates the need for databases and strengthens users’ website against hacks.