Contact Form 7

Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can customize the form and the mail contents flexibly with simple markup. The form supports Ajax-powered submitting, CAPTCHA, Akismet spam filtering and so on.

Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you
can customize the form and the mail contents flexibly with
simple markup. The form supports Ajax-powered submitting,
CAPTCHA, Akismet spam filtering and so on.

Docs & Support

You can find docs[1], FAQ[2] and more
detailed information about Contact Form 7 on contactform7.com[3]. If you
were unable to find the answer to your question on the FAQ or
in any of the documentation, you should check the support
forum
[4] on
WordPress.org. If you can’t locate any topics that pertain to
your particular issue, post a new topic for it.

Contact Form 7 Needs Your Support

It is hard to continue development and support for this free
plugin without contributions from users like you. If you
enjoy using Contact Form 7 and find it useful, please
consider making a
donation
[5]. Your
donation will help encourage and support the plugin’s
continued development and better user support.

Recommended Plugins

The following plugins are recommended for Contact Form 7
users:

  • Flamingo[6] by
    Takayuki Miyoshi – With Flamingo, you can save submitted
    messages via contact forms in the database.
  • Bogo[7] by
    Takayuki Miyoshi – Bogo is a straight-forward multilingual
    plugin that doesn’t cause headaches.

Translations

You can translate
Contact Form 7
[8] on
translate.wordpress.org[9].

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  1. Upload the entire contact-form-7 folder to
    the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in
    WordPress.

You will find ‘Contact’ menu in your WordPress admin panel.

For basic usage, you can also have a look at the plugin web
site
[10].

Do you have questions or issues with Contact Form 7? Use
these support channels appropriately.

  1. Docs[11]
  2. FAQ[12]
  3. Support
    Forum
    [13]

Support[14]

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the entire contact-form-7 folder
    to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in
    WordPress.

You will find ‘Contact’ menu in your WordPress admin
panel.

For basic usage, you can also have a look at the plugin web
site
[15].

“Contact Form 7” is open source software. The following
people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

For more information, see Releases[16].

5.0.1

  • Fixed incorrect uses of _n().
  • Config validation: Fixed incorrect count of alerts in the
    Additional Settings tab panel.
  • Config validation: Fixed improper treatment for the
    [_site_admin_email] special mail-tag in the From mail header
    field.
  • Acceptance checkbox: The class and id attributes
    specified were applied to the wrong HTML element.
  • Config validation: When there is an additional mail
    header for mailboxes like Cc or Reply-To, but it has a
    possible empty value, “Invalid mailbox syntax is used” error
    will be returned.
  • Explicitly specify the fourth parameter of add_action()
    to avoid passing unintended parameter values.
  • Check if the target directory is empty before removing
    the directory.

5.0

  • Additional settings: on_sent_ok and on_submit have been
    removed.
  • New additional setting: skip_mail
  • Flamingo: Inbound channel title changes in conjunction
    with a change in the title of the corresponding contact form.
  • DOM events: Make an entire API response object accessible
    through the event.detail.apiResponse property.
  • HTML mail: Adds language-related attributes to the HTML
    header.
  • File upload: Sets the accept attribute to an uploading
    field.
  • Introduces the WPCF7_MailTag class.
  • Allows aborting a mail-sending attempt using the
    wpcf7_before_send_mail action hook. Also, you can set a
    custom status and a message through the action hook.
  • Acceptance checkbox: Allows the specifying of a statement
    of conditions in the form-tag’s content part.
  • Acceptance checkbox: Supports the optional option.
  • New special mail tags: [_site_title],
    [_site_description], [_site_url], [_site_admin_email],
    [_invalid_fields], [_user_login], [_user_email], [_user_url],
    [_user_first_name], [_user_last_name], [_user_nickname], and
    [_user_display_name]
  • New filter hooks: wpcf7_upload_file_name,
    wpcf7_autop_or_not, wpcf7_posted_data_{$type}, and
    wpcf7_mail_tag_replaced_{$type}
  • New form-tag features: zero-controls-container and
    not-for-mail

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