- Download the plugin after purchasing it from our Pricing page.
- Upload the ZIP file through the ‘Plugins > Add New > Upload’ screen in your WordPress dashboard.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Enter your license key into the “License Key” field in the plugin settings page.
- For more information visit our Documentation page.
We have 3 versions:
FREE – You’re limited to using one form on one domain. Images, links, and HTML in tooltips is not enabled in this version. Purchase Single Domain or Developer License to enable these features.
$19.95 – Single Domain License – You can use unlimited forms on one domain.
$39.95 – Developer License – You can use unlimited forms on unlimited domains.
Visit our Pricing Page to see a feature comparison chart, and to purchase.
Yes, we have a version of Magic Tooltips that works with Gravity Forms. You can check that out on the the Magic Tooltips for Gravity Forms website
Yes, you can use your own custom CSS. Please follow the instructions located on our Custom CSS Instructions page.
Lifetime updates of both major and minor version updates are included with the Developer License.
Single site license holders and free version are limited to minor version updates.
We offer a 7-day money back guarantee.
Yes, you can use HTML in a tooltip. (Pro and Developer versions only)
Yes, you can use links in a tooltip. (Pro and Developer versions only)
Yes, you can display images in a tooltip. (Pro and Developer versions only)
Magic Tooltips has a default max width of 280px. In order to adjust max width, go to Dashboard ->Magic Tooltips For Contact Form 7 ->Settings and add the following code to the Custom CSS field:
max-width: 680px !important;
Yes, Magic Tooltips for Contact Form 7 works with WordPress Multisite.
WPML is not supported in the current version but is scheduled for inclusion in a future update.
Not supported in the current version.
No, tooltips cannot be added to HTML fields.
Make sure to use ” instead of ‘ for any html attribute because the short code already uses ” to identify an attribute.
As an example:
[checkbox checkbox-233 "Option Label<tip>This is Tooltip<br /><img src=’https://pic.36krcnd.com/avatar/201612/27050546/buedjaszl1zvxxkk.jpg!feature‘ /></tip>"]