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  • #76849

    ana
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    Hi there,

    Does any one know of a good contact form to use that is customizable easily?

    http://theaffordableaccountant.co.nz/
    #76973

    Susan
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    Post count: 8742

    If you want a premium contact form, I love Gravity Forms.
    For a free plugin, I like Contact Form 7.


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    #76975

    braddalton
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    I like the contact form in Jetpack which you can drag out of the Module and install on its own.


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    #77037

    ana
    Member
    Post count: 6

    hi there,

    yea looks great..

    Having a bit of trouble with installing jetpack? it does not search in the plugins search and if i download and upload to WP it basically says that it is too small to upload…

    Any ideas?

    #78648

    Ruby
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    Post count: 7

    Contact Form 7 on my website is not working right now. I just replaced it with Brad’s Jetpack suggestion. Thanks!

    Sorry couldn’t help you Ana. I am not that much of a geek. You may want to contact, Automattic directly. Here is their support link: http://jetpack.me/support/.

    #78659

    Summer
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    Post count: 1071

    I’ve started using the free version of Formidable on a few client sites where Gravity Forms would have been overkill for their needs.

    It’s been easy to set up, and just works.


    #78726

    nutsandbolts
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    Post count: 3129

    You might also check out Ninja Forms – I’m a diehard Gravity Forms fan, but I’ve heard great things about Ninja Forms (and it’s free).


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    #79017

    Summer
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    Hmmm, Ninja Forms has Pippin Williamson fingerprints on it. I may have to play with this plugin…


    #79191

    braddalton
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    Dave Decker also developed Ninja forms so i’m sure it would work well with Genesis. http://wordpress.org/plugins/ninja-forms/


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    #79206

    Mealtog
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    I also like Jetpack’s Contact Form but I just found out that this form does not work in Dev mode (not public site). So just tested Ninja Form and right away replaced the Jetpack one. Talk about wow. Always nice to find a helpful plugin. It even logs each submission to the database so you can use WordPress to view each form that was submitted.

    #79216

    braddalton
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    Post count: 9446

    You could use Slim Jetpack if you don’t want to connect to a WordPress.com account.


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    #79223

    Mealtog
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    Thanks for the info BRad. Yes, I may have to try that. Was hoping I could stick with a few good Jetpack plugins but not being able to completely set up a new website that is password protected even though Jetpack has dev mode means I may not be using it as much as I had originally thought. Guess there is a place and time for everything.

    #79299

    sdbroker
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    Post count: 106

    To the ones who use Ninja Forms – Are you guys able to drag & drop new fields to the pre-existing contact form that came within the plugin or and fields when creating a new forms?

    After seeing some of you here raving about Ninja Forms I’m giving it a try but it won’t let me drop any fields to the form. Is there an obvious setting that I’m missing? I follow the instructions on the video at the WP plugin’s page with no results.

    I even tested with the old 2012 theme and all other plugins disabled. Am I missing something obvious?

    #79304

    Summer
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    Post count: 1071

    Aren’t the Ninja Forms fields are click to add, not drag & drop? That’s what I played with this morning, site running Genesis 2.0.1


    #79323

    sdbroker
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    Post count: 106

    @Summer God bless you! I knew I was missing something very obvious! On the plugin’s page at WP the description starts with: “Forms created with a simple drag and drop interface“… that’s what threw me off.

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