Ajax Message

Description

This plugin allows you send messages to email from a page, post or from any other location that you specify in template. It can be used as a shortcode or a widget.
Has a admin settings page where you can change the names of fields, enable or disable captcha, add custom CSS code.

Live Demo

Screenshots

  • Admin settings page
  • Ajax message form

Installation

Unzip plugin files and upload them under your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
Activate plugin at “Plugins” administration page.

Usage

  1. If you want to use Ajax message form on the page or post, add this shortcode inside the text editor:
    [ae_message]
  2. If you want to use Ajax message form in the widget, add this shortcode inside the widget “Ajax message”, field “Shortcode”:
    [ae_message_widget]

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Unzip plugin files and upload them under your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
Activate plugin at “Plugins” administration page.

Usage

  1. If you want to use Ajax message form on the page or post, add this shortcode inside the text editor:
    [ae_message]
  2. If you want to use Ajax message form in the widget, add this shortcode inside the widget “Ajax message”, field “Shortcode”:
    [ae_message_widget]

Contributors & Developers

“Ajax Message” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

1.0

  • Initial release