WordPress Contact form Plugin by vCita will take your websites’ lead generation to new levels of success
vCita offers three contact form options to engage more visitors within your website:
Classic Contact form – well designed contact form with full customization. You can use any of our form styles, which allows you to show different details on your form.
Of course! Along with our professional and classic contact form, we have two additional contact forms which can help you gain more leads from your website visitors!
Active Engage – a proactive contact form, display "call-to-action" at the bottom of your web page.
This contact form hase proven to produces twice as many contact and online scheduling requests as any other contact form.
Active Engage can automatically display your invitation to visitors and encourage more leads to contact you – leave contact details or schedule appointments and meetings.
Contact Form Sidebar - can be added to any post or page and invite client to contact you.
This form can include your profile photo or logo and a brief invitation to contact you or even schedule an appointment. This contact form plugin can be styled horizontally or vertically, include scheduling buttons, and even link to yuor full profile.
Once you enter your email, you will receive an email from vCita to complete your registration. (or you can do it directly from the plugin settings)
You will then have the option to customize your contact form, add your photo, set meeting preferences and schedule.
Once you are logged in to vCita, you can always change your contact form settings from the WordPress plugin settings page.
Visit our support forum to see how to Add Active Engage to specific pages
You don't have to choose! Those three works together perfectly
In addition to the proactive contact form, you probably want to choose between Contact Form that has an option for scheduling a meeting, and a Contact Form on the side bar that's a smaller version, with two buttons - "Send a message" and "Set a meeting".
In the plugin settings page you'll be able to preview the two options.
When adding vCita on the Widgets menu, you'll have the option to choose between the two contact forms.
When adding vCita Contact Form manually to specific pages you can use the following code samples:
Use the following code sample:
To place widget horizontally - [vCitaContact type=widget height=200]
Width is adjusted to the width of the page or frame the widget is added to.
You may also customize width by adding parameter width=80% or width=150.
To have a widget that only contains buttons (no image or profile text) use the following code:
[vCitaContact type=widget height=110]
NOTE: if you are integrating the contact form as a sidebar widget, you should use the "Text" widget and put use codes above. Do not use the vCita widget.
= Does the contact form available in other languages?=
You can add any text you want to our contact form, making our contact form available in any language!
You can add a resized widget using the HTML code:
If vCita contact form widget is already installed, please remove the current vCita contact form widget form your WP sidebar
On your WordPress admin panel, click on "Appearance" menu and select Widgets.
Drag vCita Widget from Main Sidebar menu to Available Widgets section on the left. (This may disconnect your vCita account from the contact form plugin)
Reconnect your account to vCita contact from plugin - Click on Plugins menu and select vCita Contact Form
Enter the email address for your vCita account, click on "Already have a vCita account?" and click Connect.
Back on your vCita account at https://www.vcita.com/get_widget?widget=widget Please resize the contact form widget on "Widget Preview" section and click on "Update changes".
Click on Install New Widget (a new window should pop up), Select "Other Websites" (don't select WordPress) and copy the code on the right.
On your WP admin panel, click on Appearance menu and select Widgets.
You can use vCita to create multiple contact form widgets on one page.
All you need is the name and email of each user you wish to list.
Simply have multiple lines in the following format:
[vCitaContact type=widget height=200 email="firstname.lastname@example.org" first_name="Mike" last_name="Wright" prof_title="Tax Consultant"]
Now visitors can send a message or set a meeting with each of the users listed.
Each user will get an email to confirm his email address and upload an image to complete his profile.
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Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-7-28
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