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Welcome to the documentation for USP Pro. Much of this info is included in the plugin’s readme.txt file, and also in the plugin settings under the “Tools” tab. If you can’t find the info you need, you can ask in the Support Forum or contact via email.

As of May 7th, 2021, there are 69 posts published in the USP Docs. Note that the Docs are a work in progress, with updated content and new information added as frequently as possible. Grab the feed to stay current with all the latest!

Welcome to the USP Pro Documentation. USP Pro enables you to create and customize unlimited forms for the front-end of your website. It’s lightweight, secure, and easy to use. USP Pro integrates easily with your WordPress theme: use shortcodes and template tags to display content exactly as required, or display content automatically. Features include form […]

USP Pro lets you create customized front-end submission forms for post content, user registration, contact forms, and much more. The default plugin settings are optimized for quick implementation, and provide options to help you configure and customize just about everything. Here is a quick guide to help you get started.

Installing USP Pro follows the same process as any other WordPress plugin. After downloading the plugin zip file, you basically have two options for installing: upload via FTP or use the built-in WP plugin uploader/installer. Here are the steps for either installation method.

Once activated, USP Pro is ready to configure and use. Technically you can just add a form shortcode and start using the plugin immediately, but it’s a good idea to explore the settings and do some basic configuration.

USP Pro provides an abundance of settings to help you dial-in the perfect forms. In this Doc, we explore the primary plugin settings, which are all available via Settings > USP Pro. Further, secondary settings are available via shortcode attributes and other methods, as explained elsewhere in the USP Docs.

USP Pro makes it easy to create and customize your own front-end forms. USP Forms are assembled just like regular WordPress Posts or Pages, from an Edit USP Form screen. There you can add field inputs, buttons, links, text, markup, and other content to embellish your forms. Form fields can be text input, textarea, radio […]