Booking Calendar Contact Form creates a booking form with a reservation calendar or a classic contact form, connected to a PayPal payment button.
Booking Calendar Form main features:
» Booking form connected to PayPal » Optional availability verification » Season management » Weekly bookings supported » Fixed days bookings supported » Full-day bookings or partial-day bookings as used in hotels » Built-in captcha anti-spam » Configurable email texts » Configurable validation messages » Printable bookings list » Multiple colors for marking dates on the booking calendar » ... and more features (see below)
With the Booking Calendar Contact Form you can create a classic contact form or a booking form with a reservation calendar, connected to a PayPal payment button. The reservation calendar lets the customer select the start (ex: check-in) and end (ex: checkout) dates.
The reservation calendar is an optional item, so it can be disabled to create a general purpose contact form.
There are two types of bookings available in the calendar configuration: full day bookings or partial day bookings. With full day bookings the whole day is blocked / reserved while in partial day bookings the start and end dates are partially blocked as used for example in room/hotel bookings.
Other features also present in this version:
What isn't included in the free version described here?
For information about the pro version check the plugin's page: http://wordpress.dwbooster.com/calendars/booking-calendar-contact-form
The Booking Calendar Contact Form plugin is compatible with all charsets. The troubleshoot area contains options to change the encoding of the plugin database tables if needed.
Translations are supported through PO/MO files located in the Booking Calendar Contact Form plugin folder "languages".
The following translations are already included in the plugin:
Requires: 3.0.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3
Last Updated: 2015-9-2
Active Installs: 2,000+
1 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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