How to Use Everest Forms Widget

How to Use Everest Forms Widget

Like others form building plugin, Everest Forms is one of them. It will offer you some ready forms like Simple Contact Form, Simple Support Form, Medical Appointment Form, and many more. Or, If you want you can start from Scratch.

Here, with the detailed pictures, I’ll guide you on how you can show web form on your website using the widget mentioned above.

Everest Forms

Step-1: Since Everest Forms is a third-party plugin, you first have to install and activate the plugin.

So, go to Dashboard > Element Pack > 3rd Party Widgets > Everest Forms.

Or, you can go for another process. see the below.

Therefore, go to Dashboard > Plugins> Add New > search plugins (on the right side) > hit on the Install and Activate.

Step-2: Next, go to the Everest Forms> Add Form (choose Form, from the templates included ).

Importantly, you can create your own drag and drop form using Blank Form option.

Step-3: Go to Element Pack > 3rd Party Widgets> Everest Forms> hit the activate button > click on the Save Settings button.

Everest Form Widget: A way of presenting web form

The step by step instructions and detailed pictures are here to help you get started.

To Insert Widget

Inserting widget, it is just a matter of dragging and dropping. As you see in the screenshot above.

Content Tab

The Content Tab having some handy sections will successfully get you to have a structure of the Everest Form widget.

Now, I’m going to show the sections of the Content Tab and how they work behind the widget.


In the Step-2 under the title Everest Forms, I’ve shown how to make a form using the Everest Form Plugin.

Go to the Content tab > Layout > Select Form.

Style Tab

Now, let’s work with Style Tab. The tab will confidently have you style the web content (text, image, video, etc.) of the page you require to design. 

Styling with the Style tab in Elementor will always give you a fantastic experience.

Let’s have a look.


Go to the Style tab > Label.

Here, from this section, you’ll be able to style(like adding padding, margin, and typography) the Label of the form. See the screenshot above.

Input Fields/ Textarea Fields

Just, go to the Style tab > Input Fields and Textarea Fields.

If you notice, you will see both sections allow the same options. The important thing is that you can set Text Color and Background Type both in terms of Normal and Focus.

Another thing is Box Shadow in Normal and Focus mode.

Checkbox/Radio Field

If you add checkbox and Radio option, then you only can style. For that first add checkbox and radio option. After that, go to the style tab > Checkbox/ Radio Field.

Submit/ Send Button

This section will let you style the button. For example, Width, Box Shadow, etc. See the photo above.

Outer Field/ Form Container

If you want to style the outer side of each field of the form. You might do that just going to the Style tab > Outer Field.

Form Container

This is quite like the Outer Field section but a little bit different. Here, you can set background (color or image), shadow, and etc. for the whole form.

Response Message

This section includes two modes(Success and Validation/ Error). After submitting, if every thing is alright, the form will show success message and on the other hand will show error message. And in the terms of these modes, you can style from here.

Look at the pictures below.


Validation/ Error:

Extra Option

In this section, you will be able to control the width of the whole form. Simply, go to the Style tab > Extra Option.

Video Assist

At the end of this documentation, I hope you’ve noticed what is Everest Forms Widget and how it works for you. Watch the video inserted above. If you want to discover what more is possible to do using this one, you can visit the demo page.

About Selim Rana

Selim Rana is the Founder of BdThemes - the company behind Element Pack Pro! He is a Software Engineer passionate about WordPress and Elementor.

Copyright © 2022 BdThemes. All Rights Reserved.