A Contact Form: A Useful Plugin.

Posted by Neville on August 8, 2011 under Blogging, Resources, Reviews | Comments are off for this article

Fast Secure Contact Form

Contact Form Plugin
Introducing a plugin to help with Interactivity on your blog.  You may have some readers who would like to contact you with questions or comments, but they are reluctant to publish these in the publicly seen comments at the end of a post. The Fast Secure Contact Form could be just the right vehicle to encourage those people to contact you.

This plugin is from the same person that brings the Who’s Online and Visitor Maps plugin that has been installed on the dotrim blog for some time now.

I have activated but not changed the configuration of  the plugin, and the contact form shown here is exactly how it comes in its default form.

The image alongside shows the appearance, which I believe can be styled with CSS.

There are lots of ways in which the form can configured, and there are 4 different forms available. Placing the form on the site is simple. In this case I have added the short code in a text widget in the side bar.

It is possible to include a form in a post or on a page, so that it can be designed to be appropriate for that position.

As you can see, the form comes complete with a Captcha Code to discourage robot comment posting to the form.

To locate the plugin, search for “Fast Secure Contact Form” in the install new plugin option from the dashboard.

As a trial you could also use the form in the sidebar to send a comment or message to me.

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