Contact form widget
Is there widget that makes a “contact me” form that uses can privately contact me with? I don’t want to supply my email address.
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Your link shows how to make a contact form in your post but not in a text widget. In fact, it says it can’t be put in a widget (unless you know CSS). So, how do you put a contact form in a text widget?
Hello Janet – I wanted to do that – instead I put a straightforward link to the Contact Form page into one of my Text Widgets. It seemed to me to be better that way, because then correspondents would have a larger workspace. Have a look – third link down, top left on http://engageonline.wordpress.com/.
Hello Janet – I wanted to do that but I figured I couldn’t. So instead I put a straightforward link to the Contact Form page into one of my Text Widgets.
It did actually seem to me to be better that way – because then correspondents would have a larger workspace. Have a look – third link down, top left on http://engageonline.wordpress.com/.
miravogel, Great idea. Looks great that way, less clutter in the sidebar and, just as you said, more room for comments. Thank you!
I am probably being very dim here but if I add the text [contact-form] to my webpage I just get the text displayed when I update the page onto my website.
Do I have to insert it into the page in a partuicular way?
Any help is appreciated.
I had the same problem initially. Go back to the original Forum post and read all the way down. It explains that registered user (you) will see a blank form with his/her username showing above. You will have to get a non-registered person to hit your blog and check for the fill-in form.
Or just log out. ;)
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