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Contact Form 7

Just another contact form plugin. Simple but flexible.

81 reviews
Average Rating
4.5 out of 5 stars
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too many times asked changes not saved
By , for WP 4.5.3

in edit contact form process why it ask "changes not saved"
Many times i am using wordpress version 4.5.3

Simple and Reliable
By , for WP 4.5.2

Gets the job done as far as contact forms go, with relatively little setup requirements.

works very good
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works very good

By , for WP 4.5.2

Simple et efficace...
La dernière version à apporté quelques messages d'erreur inutile

Simple and efficent

The last update bring few useless error message ....

Love the rebuild! Been long-time user
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I have been using Contact Form 7 for a very long time - and I have very happy with its new user-interface. The new function that lets me check email settings is a life-saver when you are working on 100+ websites a month. Thanks Contact Form 7! You make my QA job a lot easier :)

works well
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it works for me, and that's what I want my plugins to be! would recommend.

is ok
By , for WP 4.5.2

Greate plugin!
By , for WP 4.4.2

Magnificent plugin. But every relese have trouble with translate notification.

Configuration error solved
By , for WP 4.4.2

To solve the syntax problems you have to:

1- Go to your form or create a new one and add the tags that you have there (text, email, text area, etc). It should be something like this:

[text* Name placeholder "Your name"]

[email* Youremail placeholder "Your Email"]

[text* Subject placeholder "Subject"]

[textarea* Your-message placeholder "Your message"]

[submit "Send"]

2- Go to the tab "Mail" and fill the input fields as follow:

- To: the email where you want to received the messages.

- From: the email of your website, be sure it has the same domain, like: contact@yourdomain.com. Don't worry about this, you will received the emails of the people who write you, this is just to avoid messages going to the spam folder.

- Subject: Your subject tag, if you take a look to the point 1, in this case will be [Subject]

- Message body: this is a matter of using the same tags you created in the point 1. So what you should have here is something like:

From: [Name] <[Youremail]>
Subject: [Subject]

Message Body:

I hope you find this helpful. It took me around 20 min to figure out how is working now, and so far after making these changes it works perfect for me.

Good plugin but less support
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Another great plugin that i am using in my client site but dont get the answer from support.

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