Step 2 Enter the shortcode in the block. Once you save/publish the page from the backend, your page is ready

WordPress shortcodes are an easy way to add more advanced functionality to your site without using advanced code. For example, you have a gravity form you would like to be on a certain page. You can take the short code of that form and place it in the Shortcode Block.

In this example, a short code from a WordPress form. The short code for the test form is [wpforms id=”82″ title=”false” description=”false”].

Step 1 First select the page where you want your testimonials to appear. Click on the plus sign icon in the upper left hand corner. From there, select the Widgets from the drop down menu. Click on Shortcode.

Step 2 Enter the shortcode in the block. Once you save/publish the page from the backend, your page is ready

WordPress shortcodes are an easy way to add more advanced functionality to your site without using advanced code. For example, you have a gravity form you would like to be on a certain page. You can take the short code of that form and place it in the Shortcode Block.

In this example, a short code from a WordPress form. The short code for the test form is [wpforms id=”82″ title=”false” description=”false”].

Step 1 First select the page where you want your testimonials to appear. Click on the plus sign icon in the upper left hand corner. From there, select the Widgets from the drop down menu. Click on Shortcode.

Step 2 Enter the shortcode in the block. Once you save/publish the page from the backend, your page is ready


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