danixland-contact-form is a very simple and secure contact form plugin, it provides a shortcode to include your plugin inside a page and you can style it the way you want (it comes with absolutely no styles attached to it). This plugin follows all WordPress security standards and will be continuously improved in order to make it even safer.
This contact form plugin ships with a working html template for your emails, and has a filter that allows you to use your own template in case you need it. It’s perfect for a customer’s website, so that you can give them an email look that’s consistent with the look of their website. It makes use of Genericons and ships with the latest version available.
The entire plugin is translation ready and ships with an italian translation, together with a .POT file to help you translate it in every language you may need.
This list is actually empty, but I’m open to suggestions.
danixland-contact-form ships in English language with an optional Italian translation and a .POT template. If you want to contribute your own translation contact me and I’ll add it.
- Is it possible to display a map on the form page?
Starting from version 1.1.1 you can provide geo coordinates and the plugin will show a map on the form page.
- How can I style the plugin to look like my theme?
every tag that’s in the plugin output has either a class or an id attached to it, so that you can style it the way you want it.
- I’m stuck with your plugin and don’t seem to be able to customize it/make it work, can you help me?
- I’d like this plugin to be translated in my language, can you do this for me?
danixland contact form ships with a .POT file that can be used to create a translation of the plugin in your language, so if you’re familiar with english you can help by providing a translation and it will be added to future versions of the plugin along with a link to your profile on these pages ð
To provide a translation simply edit the file “danixland-contact-form.pot” and fill every line with the traduction in your language, then save it as yourlanguagecode.po (E.G. it_IT.po for Italian), then contact me via the forums or my site and I’ll tell you how to send this file to me. I’ll add your translation ASAP.
- If you have any other questions feel free to ask