With CP Contact Form with Paypal you can insert a contact form into a WordPress website and connect it to a PayPal payment.
Don't waste your time, this plugin is a shameless attempt at selling a garbage product. You can't even change the form header without prompting you to shell out $50. Absolute waste of time. These are the kind of plugins that should be pulled from WP.
Its default setup works fine for accepting donations in my website, got it to work in two minutes, just modified the email address and the donation in the title at PayPal.
very very annoying plugin . dont waste your time on this one .
the form builder has this written on the top
"* Note: The Form Builder is read-only in this version."
and with continous pop ups even after disabling them .
total waste of time .
Works perfectly, complete and flexible, and outstanding customer service.
Worths the price.
Feels good when I download a plugin that works without workarounds and when I get kindly support answers without upgrading it. The contact form can be easily customized through some CSS styling, the support guy point me to the information in their FAQ and gave me specific tips for what I was trying to achieve.
I'm happy with this plugin - works well on the charity's website, and easy to style. Would recommend it.
Thanks Sire to create such a plugin, Just love it. I will surly donate this author after complete my project :)
I installed it after seeing a note about the feature that lists the messages in the dashboard. The previous plugin I was using sent the email without leaving a copy in the dashboard and I was losing emails due to restrictions in my hosting service, so after receiving the payment I needed to ask again to the customers for the message sent. Now I can check the messages in the dashboard even if I haven't received the email, could you add an option to also edit the messages from the dashboard? Thank you for a good plugin.
I was excited to find this, as it's features filled all the needs of a particular project.
Alas, it fails a number of requirements on the code side to be used.
I suggest you consider the following:
optional css loading, and when it does, do so with the enqueue_style function
ensure to only load when on a page which contains the form.
The rendered form has a serious case of divitis, you could remove them all and just style the label, and input fields, though this is subjective.
Works fine, just doesn't stand up yet..
I needed a tool like this plugin for a website that offers paid consultation and found the cp contact form + paypal after trying several plugins. The cp contact form wasn't the one with more features, but it was the easier and looks pretty modern, it features a great field validation at the public form and lets setting the configuration needed for paypal.
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