An easy and powerful form builder that lets your visitors send you email. Blocks all automated spammers. No templates to mess with.
No, it will automatic import of settings from versions 2.5.6 up to 3.xx. As long as you do not use the delete button when deactivating the plugin. You can and should make a backup of your forms.
The forms should have imported. In some rare cases, they don't import. Sorry for any inconvenience. Update to the latest version, click the button on the Tools tab "Import forms from 3.xx version".
More help is on this help page: I upgraded to 4.xx version and my forms did not import
The upgrade is run automatically only once after installing or upgrading the 4.xx version over a 3.xx versions. The 4.xx version uses different wp options settings than 3.xx The options settings are rows in the wp_options database table.
4.xx wp_options: fs_contact_global, fs_contact_form1, fs_contact_form2, fs_contact_form3,
3.xx wp_options: si_contact_gb, si_contact_form, si_contact_form2, si_contact_form3, si_contact_form4,
During 4.xx install, the installation looks to see if 4.xx options are not present(first time install), and if 3.xx options are present(3.xx was installed previously), if it passes both those tests, then it runs the import code in class-fscf-import.php
On the Tools settings tab is a backup / restore tool. The backup / restore feature can be used for backups or as a site to site transfer. You can back up ALL forms and transfer ALL forms to the same or new site using the restore feature. Or you can back up individual forms and restore them to the the same or new site replacing any one form selected during the restore. Please consider that restoring one form or ALL forms makes permanent replacements to the forms already on the site you restore them to. Read more about backups
Yes. To use a translated version, you need to obtain or make the language file for it.
At this point it would be useful to read Installing WordPress in Your Language from the Codex. You will need an .mo file for this plugin that corresponds with the "WPLANG" setting in your wp-config.php file. Translations are listed below -- if a translation for your language is available, all you need to do is place it in the
/wp-content/plugins/si-contact-form/languages directory of your WordPress installation. If one is not available, and you also speak good English, please consider doing a translation yourself (see the next question).
The following translations are included:
Yes! How to translate Fast Secure Contact Form for WordPress http://www.fastsecurecontactform.com/how-to-translate
How to update a translation of Fast Secure Contact Form for WordPress http://www.fastsecurecontactform.com/how-to-update-translation
For more help... See the official FAQ at FastSecureContactForm.com
You can extend your contact form to let your users to schedule appointments based on your availability. Learn more about Why should I add Online Scheduling to my website
You can enable or disable this option in the "Scheduling" tab of your contact form plugin settings page.
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Requires: 3.4.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
Active Installs: 400,000+
6 of 41 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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