ContactBuddy by iThemes is the easiest way to add a simple contact form to your widgets, posts and pages on your WordPress sites.
The ContactBuddy forms contain the following fields:
- reCaptcha validation option
Form submission subject line and destination email location can be edited in the Settings area by the Admin.
Submissions to the forms are sent to the email address specified by the admin.
The automatic plugin installer should work for most people. Manual installation is easy and takes fewer than five minutes.
- Upload the ContactBuddy directory from the ContactBuddy ZIP file into your plugins directory.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Follow any other on-screen directions.
- Where can I find additional information about this plugin?
Perfect for my needs. Simple, clean, and fast.
Works well with WP version 4.4.2
For sending out emails uses standard PHP mail() function.
Ensure that this function works correctly in your env, otherwise you won’t get email notifications.
Contributors & Developers
“ContactBuddy by iThemes” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Initial public release
- Updated the way contactbuddy.css is called and some gramatical errors.
- Updated style sheet to remove list-style from form.
- Fixed bug added in 1.0.1 printing styles incorrectly.
- Readjusting css call and adding css tip.
- Adding to contactbuddy.css.
- Added to contactbuddy.css to block list-style default.
- Added recaptcha function checks and default stylesheet option.
- Updated plugin compatibility with WordPress.org standards.
- Updated admin UI.
- Updated contactbuddy form styles.
- Added layout preview.
- Added settings nag on activation.
- Fixed headers already sent bug.
- Fixed php strict-standards messages.
Added lib directory that went missing.
Adding additional images.
Syncing version numbers.
Removed random char.
Updated lib/icon-fonts to the latest.
WordPress Compatibility: Updated widgets to no longer use PHP4-style constructors in order to be compatible with their deprecation in WordPress 4.3.