This form plugin came with my BoldGrid template. It worked fine under development, but stopped working once the site went public. It failed to submit due to a 403 error from https://softweave.com/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php. My hosting service tech support told me I needed to upgrade to the paid version to fix the problem. Once I installed the paid version, my form started working again.
Based on a response to this review, I configured WordPress to send mail via SMTP. This eliminated the need to have weForms PRO activated for form submissions to succeed. I deleted the weForms PRO plugin and the contact form worked fine the rest of the day.
The next day however, my contact form was again failing to submit due to a 403 error. A wsform troubleshooting article on error 403 suggested this could be caused by page caching. After deleting the cache for my contact form page, the form works again. I’ve excluded the form page from caching, which will hopefully solve this problem permanently.
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