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  1. Does WordPress.com support adding a web form to a page? Want to enable readers to send an email to various people on our website, but don't want to open our email addresses up to spammers.

    The blog I need help with is bsatroop368.com.

  2. Yep! There's a button right above the editor box that will let you add a form to a page or post:

    http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact-form/

  3. Thx, Andrew. So if I have a list of 10 people in a table, I can link each person's name to a separate contact form for that specific person?

  4. You could create a separate page for each specific contact form and then place a link to it below each person's name.

  5. Well, you can only create one form per post/page, and the form can only be set to go to one email. If you need multiple forms or recipients, you'll need to put them on separate pages/posts.

  6. Thx to both of you. Exactly what I needed. Will create a page for each form, and link each name in the table to that person's page. Perfect.

  7. OK< one more question. In testing, after I click the submit button for a reader to send an email, it just refreshes the same webform page. Can I tell it to go back to the page that called the form?

  8. Never mind, found error, now good!

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