Simple and functional
Basic and works
I wish all plug ins were this simple and easy to understand! Not all of us are coders.
Slight issue, specific just to our site. But still, best form plugin you can use!
Very good contact form and so easy to setup!
Fantastic plugin! Really saved my life. Very easy to install and customize. Most user friendly and rich contact form tool that I have ever used. Kudos to the creators!
Well done Mike & Ken
You guys have worked hard on this plugin for so long - esp version 4 - I just wanted to say a big thanks.
I do still sometimes use contact form7 when needing simple things like mailchimp tick box (can't seem to currently do that in FSCF) but otherwise I can't fault your work.
Thanks heaps from the little guys.
I love this plugin. must have for me
Have been delaying adding a response form to my website for a while now. I'm from the old (dinosaur age) school and was emailing out paperwork to be completed and then sent back.
Finally decided to take the plunge, step into the unknown, and try to set up the same form on my website so that it can be completed online.
Found this FS Contact Form and had it up in no time at all, should have done it ages ago.
Easy to use, flexible and email followup is great.
Well done guys 5 Stars from me.
Kudos to the developers of this plugin. Out of desperation and a deadline, I've just recently used FS Contact to replace all the forms on several new landing pages because the system provided in the landing page package were a total pain in the... , and wouldn't format properly due to css conflicts with the sites custom framework and css. I built and formatted 3 FS Contact forms in the time it took me to frustratingly mess around with one in the LP system which I gave up on.
Testing has demonstrated that the emailing system has worked flawlessly, the only exception being where I coded something in and made a typo in the code... i.e., my fault. Having said this, those who are experiencing problems should be looking at what they're doing, or not doing; the template or framework they're using it in and the web server's own idiosyncrasies. If you don't know what you're doing, you shouldn't be doing it, period!
Considering the effort these folks have put into creating this plugin and the cost, ;) the only suggestion I can make is to add a form cloning feature that allows one to duplicate a similar existing form, then modify it as needed.
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