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4 Different Contact Form Options for your Website

We have introduced 2 new contact form features, so let's summarise the main contact options which are now available:

Contact Mailing List
Placed within the footer of the website, this is a simple email entry form which allows people to join your mailing list.

Footer Contact Form
Available right across your entire website, the footer of your website contains a new simple contact form.

Contact Form With Document Upload
Ideal for job sites, this contact form will allow people to submit a document attachment (Word, PDF) along with the contact form message submission.

Original Contact Form
The original form is still available and it contains a mandatory email field. You can add your own text information above the main parts of the form, to customise its appearance for your needs.

 

As a website owner, all contact form messages are delivered to your email inbox, to an email address of your choice.

Please note that all the contact forms are completely optional and you can turn them on or off, according to your needs.

 

Useful Tip

Make sure you never miss a contact form message by sending your contact form messages to 2 different email accounts simultaneously.

If you log into your website and go to 'Preferences', you will find the place to enter your email addresses. You can actually send the messages to multiple email accounts simultaneously and all you have to do is add the different email addresses and please remember to separate them with a semicolon followed by a letter space.

Mailing List
My Footer Text

In this section, put a short description to summarise your website.

This is the new website 'Footer' and it includes two contact form features, so that people can join your mailing list or get in touch with you.

This is completely new and we have introduce a new section in our website toolkit for you to create a 'Footer'. It sits at the bottom of the screen across the entire website and it comprises of 4 main elements:

1. Logo (a smaller version of your logo which appears at the top of your website).
2. Mailing list contact form.
3. Text area, for you to summarise your website description.
4. Contact form.

You can turn these elements on or off, according to your preference.

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