Inserting 3rd Party Forms instead of Brave Forms

With Brave you can insert any 3rd party form by inserting the shortcode provided by the plugin into a Brave’s “Code” element. Let’s take a Look on how you can insert Popular Form plugin’s form in your Brave Popups.


Contact form 7

Follow these steps to insert your Contact form 7 Forms in your Popup:

  1. After creating the form, from your WordPress dashboard, go to the Contact > Contact Forms and copy the Shortcode that is displayed beside your target Form. Eg: [contact-form-7 id=”527″ title=”Contact form 1″]

  1. Go to Popups > All Popups and click the Popup where you want to display the Contact form.
  2. When you are in the Popup Editor screen, drag and drop the “Code” Element from the left panel into your Popup.

  1. Click the Code element to open its settings on right.
  2. In the “Shortcodes or Custom Code” paste the shortcode you just copied.

  1. Save the Popup settings.


Now the Popup will display the Contact Form 7 Form in your Popup.

You can follow the same steps to insert Ninja Forms, Gravity Forms, Formidable Forms, WPForms or any other type of 3rd party forms as long as they provide shortcodes.

if you want to update the popup conversion count when the form is submitted or get real-time notification, click the “Goal” tab from top and select the “Form Submission” from the Goal Completes when option. Then click the “Select” button and you will enter the goal selection mode. Select your Code Element and exit the goal selection mode. Now when the form is submitted, the popup conversion count will be automatically updated.