Easily add AJAX contact forms to any page, post or widget area with an unlimited number of custom fields. Easy to manage and style!
Via the screen options menu that you can display on the edit post page by clicking the tab in the top right hand corner.
Yes, just use %%field_id%% in the from address or subject line where you want the field value to appear. Remember to replace field_id with the actual Field ID for the field you want it to replace with (e.g. %%email_address%%).
Yes, AJAX Contact keeps a copy of every email sent using your form for you to keep track of.
Yes, AJAX Contact supports both honeypot anti-bot validation and Google's ReCAPTCHA.
You may be having trouble sending emails due to hosting restrictions, you might try installing WP Mail SMTP and setting up a SMTP account for WordPress to use for sending emails. In some instances users have found installing WP Mail SMTP and configuring an SMTP account fixed the problem.
Requires: 3.0.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-7-8
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