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 and support
You can find docs, FAQ and more detailed information about Contact Form 7 on contactform7.com. When you cannot find the answer to your question on the FAQ or in any of the documentation, check the support forum on WordPress.org. If you cannot locate any topics that pertain to your particular issue, post a new topic for it.
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With the default configuration, this plugin, in itself, does not:
track users by stealth;
write any user personal data to the database;
send any data to external servers;
After the latest update the plugin has started over-writing many woocommerce translations (especially in cart and checkout pages), reverting them from spanish to english. It makes me crazy after I ask to a developer who told me retry to a former version
I used this form on one of my sites and it sends form responses to my Gmail address without any issue. So I thought I'd try installing this on another site except this time, it says it can't send forms. The FAQ says that the email *must* be on the same domain as the site itself, yet this is obviously not true as my first site continues to work just fine with Gmail. I can't figure out what the problem is, the error message gives no clear idea of what's going wrong, and the FAQ doesn't provide any useful info.
With 5.7 update there is an annoying autop filter which ads <p> and <br> tags to form markup. On the form page it can be solved with some additional CSS, but in case of HTML-email it won't help at all (the plugin adds these tags even to the email).
The issue was reported to the plugin author and was announced to be fixed in 5.7.1, but the problem is not solved. The plugin still adds unnecessary tags to markup.
Moreover, version 5.7.2 has introduced HTML formatter with "Additional end-tag omission handling", and this feature cannot recognize nested tables and some other stuff, so the whole markup (especially in HTML-mail) is now broken due to unnecessary end-tag handling.
I've checked the Support forum and saw that a lot of people are facing the same problem and reporting it, but the plugin author just ignores the issue, not replying to the vast majority of users or just denying the fact that the plugin update causes all these problems. Yeah, there are the other plugins, themes, WP version, anything else but CF7 is the reason 🙂
And there is no improvement in the issue since the latest update (almost a month).
Why solve a problem when it's easier to pretend it doesn't exist, of course.
And this lack of support angers me the most.
Contact Form 7 looks a bit outdated in the overall comparison of form plugins on WordPress. I have made in my test not so good experiences, basically makes the plugin what it should, but missing important functions that you need in online marketing for lead generation aufjedenfall. Because of this only 3 stars.
This plugin worked 5* fine until v.5.7It used some algorithm of correcting html code that was fine and that served for 5 millions websites.5 millions website's admin were happy! until v.5.7 have come....Since that - 5 millions websites become broken!!!The good working algorithm has been changed to nightmare wpautop-style algorithm. Internet full of tears and sobbings websites admins trying to avoid it's destroying impact. The problem with wp_autop is that it's unlockable completely event though removing filter.
The similar problem with wpcf7_autop: when it on it breaks the existing forms, when it's off - it again breaks existing forms, but less.Currently the one of the safest haven's have follen.....Why not to leave algorithms as they had been?