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

Fuse Social Floating Sidebar

By simply inserting links from Admin Dashboard under Settings Menu, one can show social media icons as floating on the website. This plugin provides very attractive interface
which allows you to make settings for those social media icons, in the means of :

Indeed this is elegant and beautiful, no bloat and simple
settings.

Needs two tweaks to be the best social follow plugin:

(1) Ability to add custom icons (use case: IMDB is important
for actresses who want people to visit/find/follow them on
their official www.IMDB.com pages).

(2) Ability to reorder the icons. Client wants LInkedIN icon
last, and there is no way to reorder the icons with this
plugin.

Gracias,
JD