Dd Contact Form Wordpress Plugin is used by 8 websites. Among 8, 0 site is within top 10,000 and 2 sites are within top 100,000 websites.
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|Plugin Description||The DD Contact Form plugin for WordPress is a fully responsive, feature rich and easy to use contact form designed with a focus on usability.|
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DD Contact Form by Dave Wooldridge
Simple to use and highly configurable, DD Contact Form gives your website visitors a clear, easy to fill in contact form designed to make the message sending process as painless as possible. The form is fully responsive, automagically optimising the layout for even the smallest of screens. The form's look and feel follows the underlying theme as close as possible, but customisations are easy using the built in css editor and appearance settings. The captcha options offer a choice of built in Simple Addition (works with no sign up) or Google reCaptcha (Google reCaptcha id required). Also integrated into the plugin is a basic but functional contacts management system. Other features include: multiple contact form recipient email addresses, additional question options, date fields and more.
Set, edit or view email settings. View or change captcha settings in security settings section. Enable user details logging in privacy settings section.
Select captcha type: simple addition (default) or google reCaptcha. To use the Google reCaptcha, you will need to sign up and get private and public keys. Signup is extremely quick and easy. You can sign up [here] (https://www.google.com/recaptcha/admin#whyrecaptcha "google recaptcha signup")
Offer to save user permission to send newsletters or other updates in the future. Save the IP address and geolocation information for each contact form user. Please ensure there are no legal issues using this in your area before enabling. To use the geolocation services, you will need to register with IPinfoDB to get a key. Registration is relatively straightforward. You can get an account [here] (http://www.ipinfodb.com/register.php "IPinfoDB signup")
Set recipient email addresses for receiving contact form enquiries. Configure the sending of a confirmation email to the user once the system has received the form. Specify an image to display at the top of emails sent by the contact form. The URL should be in absolute format.
User Interface Settings
There are two options in the user feedback section.
Form sent action
Once the user has successfully sent their message, you can either send them to a new page or display a thank you messsage on the current page. This section allows you to specify the custom thank you message and the url to jump to.
The form can be checked for errors in one of two ways. Either the form is checked on the fly, whereby users are shown a green tick or red cross beside wach field, or the form is checked when the user presses the 'Send' button. Note that the form data is effectively checked twice when the on the fly option is selected, as the form will always check the form data before sending in either case.
This section contains various options for controlling the look and feel of the contact form.
Custom CSS Classes
Note that there are at least two ways to specify css for the form and it's elements; you can specify custom css classes supplied by your theme / child theme or you can use the Custom CSS editor (DD Contact From Settings, 4th tab). If you would prefer to specify custom classes you can do so here.
If your theme already applies appropriate styling to your contact form buttons then leave this option on the default (WordPress). However, if you'd like to use the jQuery-UI library to style your buttons, then select the jQueryUI option here.
jQuery UI Theme
Select a theme for jQueryUI widgets. The setting only affects the datepickers and buttons and the buttons are only affected if jQueryUI button styling is selected in 'Button Styling'.
Extra Information Settings
You can request extra information from the contact form user. Each of the extra information types can be either obligatory or optional. If you only want to ask for these details on posts that are in a certain category, you can specify the category here.
Dates & Times
You may want to request a date or arrival / departure dates. For example a restaurant or hotel room booking. You can ask for arrival and / or departure dates on the contact form using these settings. Optionally, you can also ask for arrival / departure times.
If your contact form is being used to collect bookings, you may want to request the number of people. For example a restaurant or hotel room booking. You can ask for the number of adults and children on the contact form using these settings.
If you want to add extra questions for the user to answer you can specify them here.
The built is CSS editor allows you to add custom CSS to the form. Once edited, the CSS can be updated immediately using the 'Update CSS' button. You can also use the 'Save Changes' button to update the CSS, but you'll have to wait for WordPress to reload the entire page every time you make an edit.
Commonly styled classes
This class will style the buttons on the form
This class will style all the text inputs on the form: name, email, subject and message. If the relevant fields are enabled in the settings, it will also style the simple add captcha, date/time picker displays and extra question fields.
This class will style the party size dropdowns (if enabled in the Extra Information section).
The built in contact manager allows you to instantly recall details of people who have previously contacted you through the contact form. To do this, the contact form logs each contact form enquiry, along with metadata to the WordPress database. The details can then be retrieved using a page only accessible to users whom are both registered on the site (Administrator or Editor) and logged on).
Using the manager page
To use the manager page, create a new page and add the following shortcode:
Although the page is viewable only by registered users (Administrator or Editor), it is recommended that the page be published privately to provide two layers of protection for your client details.
About DD Contact Form
Whilst working on WordPress websites for friends, I found I was unable to find a free contact form plugin that had all the features I needed. The ones that came with themes I'd bought were not so good either, so I started making my own. After 18 months evolution, the plugin was ready. I decided to release it open source, as I feel I've benefited greatly from the community over the years. I hope you find it useful. Please report any bugs here.
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