Yes, in fact there are many possibilities to create multiple forms in a row like:
After submitting the first form you can redirect the user to another page which contains the second form.
After submitting the first form you can set a popup to appear with the second form.
It's also possible to repeat the same process to create more than 2 forms in a row.
Both are HTML templates available for sale on themeforest, FLATPACK includes a front-end builder which you need to install it on your server, whereas MEGAPACK comes with our new online builder which is available on PixFort platform and you can access it directly using envato account.
Absolutely not, you only need to purchase a licence in order to use PixFort platform, and there is no limit to your access as long as you have a valid license.
You can create projects as many as licences you have. i.e. if you purchased 2 licences you can create 2 projects (each project requires 1 licence).
You can check this article to learn more about Licences & Projects.
Website loading speed is a priority for the overall user experience, and it’s also one of the hundreds of SEO ranking factors. Page speed may depends on many different factors, however, following the essential recommended tips will make a significant difference on page loading speed. Here you will find a list of best practices to follow when creating and optimising your website:
Images can play a major role in your site speed. They’re often very large files, which can slow down page load times. We highly recommend using appropriately sized images and make sure to compress the large images before uploading them into the page, you can use a tool like tinypng.com where you can upload your images to be compressed the download the compressed version which can you upload and use into your website.
The smaller your files, the faster your pages will load. Compression files is one of the easiest ways to reduce load times, and today, enabling compression with Gzip is considered standard practice.
Gzip is a file format and software application that essentially locates strings of similar code in your text files, then temporarily replaces them to make the files smaller.
Gzip will reduce the size of files sent from your server to increase the speed to which they are transferred to the browser.
Reduce sizes of pages by up to 70%
Increase page speed
Cost-benefit ratio: high
Access needed to the .htaccess files or server administration files
This works well with CSS and HTML, because these files typically have repeated code and whitespace.
If you don’t have Gzip enabled, however, you’ll want to fix this as soon as possible.
Gzip in your .htaccess file. The exact code you need depends on your server but if your site runs on Apache you will need to add the following lines to your .htaccess file:
To enable compression in NGINX you will need to add the following code to your config file:
Page load times can be significantly improved by asking visitors to save and reuse the files included in your website.
Reduces page load times for repeat visitors
Particularly effective on websites where users regularly re-visit the same areas of the website
Benefit-cost ratio: high
You can enable caching on your Apache server by adding these lines to your .htaccess file: