Build a WordPress Contact Form!

So you’re keeping up a nice WordPress blog or website that has already got a community built around it. Naturally, you want them to be able to reach you in other ways except via comments. What do you do? Provide some contact data in your About Me page. Or is there a friendlier way? Indeed, there is. WordPress contact forms allow visitors to drop off feedback, thoughts or propositions as quick and easy as 1-2-3. To set up such a form, use a WordPress plugin for contact forms.

WordPress Contact Form

Maybe you wanted to add a contact form to WordPress before, but the coding skills required made you give up. With a WordPress plugin for contact forms, everything is very easy and you don’t need to be familiar with any programming. You only need to download the contact form plugin for WordPress and install it. The installation process is clear and simple; these WordPress plugin installation instructions will guide you through it. This plugin is offered for free by 123ContactForm.

After the plugin is installed and you’ve created you form on the contact form website, you’ve got two options for using it. You can either generate a short piece of code for your WordPress contact form and then paste it in your WordPress post or select the form directly in your WordPress editor. Here is a short video tutorial on how to use the contact form plugin for WordPress.

Before you publish your contact form on WordPress, don’t forget to customize form appearance: fonts, colors, sizes, layout. After you’ve set up and published your contact form on WordPress, you’ll start receiving messages. You’ll get them via email and, also, you’ll be able to access them in the database of the contact form engine.

Sign up for a 123ContactForm account and create your WordPress contact form!

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