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Need to add a static form to a theme (4 posts)

  1. calturf24
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I am working on building a new version of my static site in wordpress to help with content management. I have yet to decide on a theme, here is my hangup:

    We use the site to generate leads, so I want to have a contact form near the top-right of every page. See the current site for reference.

    One of my competitors has managed to place a form over the slider on their theme, the site is here. Not sure if this is wordpress or not but this is what I need as well.

    This is obviously done with code, which I am not an expert at, if it can be done by relocating a widget with a form, that would be awesome.

    If anybody knows of a theme that has this type of layout that would be great too. It's mainly the home page where I want this form in this location, for the remaining pages I can always use a form in the sidebar widget.

    Sorry if this is a confusing set of questions, I'm a total noob.

  2. Your competitor is not using WordPress. It's a CMS, but I'm not sure which one.

    If you just want a form added, I would use a form plugin like - Contact From 7.

  3. calturf24
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I am aware of contact form 7, but its placement is limited to the templates widget placement. Most the the templates side bars are too low for my liking, I want the form up near the top where so you don't have to scroll to find it. Is there a way to change the placement of the form like my competitor has?

  4. You could make a custom theme and that way stick the form any you want, but that does require some advanced css/html skills.

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