Add Contact Form to your WordPress website.
waste of time on the free version.
Gives you a LOT less functionality in the free version than other plugins do, and the premium version doesn't appear to do anything that plenty of other free plugins do.
I generally don't complain a lot about most everything. And maybe I just overlooked the fine print in your sales pitch. But I didn't know I had to spend more $$ just to get the Captcha code and the "Export to a database" functionality. Exporting to a simple .CSV file as part of the "Pro" version would have been just fine.
I realize you guys are in business to make a profit and I don't fault you for that. But I was somewhat disappointed with your plugin once I realized that the "Pro" version should have really been called the "Almost Pro" version. Just sayin'.
The views and layouts (styling) of the form is hardcoded and mixed in a horrible spagetti code that is a pain to customize.
Unless your are happy with their layout (a lot of unnecesary divs and hardcoded aligments) it is great.
Otherwise, look elsewhere.
This has such limited functionality at the point of installation that you have to upgrade to the PRO version. Thinks like CAPTCHA, which are very basic, are only available in the PRO version. Without this, you are going to get spammed like crazy. I'm not saying that you shouldn't use it, it's just pointless if you aren't thinking about buying the PRO version.
Although easy to set up, I found the lack of basic features poor.
Gee.. I deactivated your other plugin that was nagging me, and this one started nagging.. Well, bye bye.. I don't need you nagging me telling me it's time to upgrade to your paid version.. You are history.
Compared to other free contact forms, this one is not great. They really restrict any editing capability unless you pay for it. It may be a good paid plugin, but compared to free stuff, its not.
This contact form is perfect except for one huge thing. The message box starts off as a bar and has to be expanded by users. However when expanded, it expands infinitely. There's no way to constrain it. Such that, when a user expands it they could expand it across the entire screen an under/over other elements of the page like the sidebars or footer or anything else on the page.
I can't justify compromising my design for a something that should be simple. There are far too many contact form plugins out there to chose from. On to the next one.
The plugin doesn't have anticapcha... a great mistake...
And to install OTHER plugin to have anticapcha... bad.
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