Contact Form 7

Description

Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can customise the form and the mail content 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.

Contact Form 7 needs your support

It is hard to continue development and support for this free plugin without contributions from users like you. If you enjoy using Contact Form 7 and find it useful, please consider making a donation. Your donation will help encourage and support the plugin’s continued development and better user support.

Privacy notices

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;
  • use cookies.

If you activate certain features in this plugin, the contact form submitter’s personal data, including their IP address, may be sent to the service provider. Thus, confirming the provider’s privacy policy is recommended. These features include:

Recommended plugins

The following plugins are recommended for Contact Form 7 users:

  • Flamingo by Takayuki Miyoshi – With Flamingo, you can save submitted messages via contact forms in the database.
  • Bogo by Takayuki Miyoshi – Bogo is a straight-forward multilingual plugin that does not cause headaches.

Translations

You can translate Contact Form 7 on translate.wordpress.org.

Screenshots

  • screenshot-1.png

Blocks

This plugin provides 1 block.

  • Contact Form 7 Insert a contact form you have created with Contact Form 7.

Installation

  1. Upload the entire contact-form-7 folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins screen (Plugins > Installed Plugins).

You will find the Contact menu in your WordPress admin screen.

For basic usage, have a look at the plugin’s website.

FAQ

Do you have questions or issues with Contact Form 7? Use these support channels appropriately.

  1. Docs
  2. FAQs
  3. Support forum

Support

Reviews

29 September 2023
I haver been deleting this awful p-lugin and replacing it with Ninja forms for the past 5 years, every theme I buy has this steaming pile, and it's terrible, really unintuitive, and just awful
8 September 2023
It does not appear to work. It seems easy to configure with a lot of options. However, it generates javascript errors and does not enable my users to contact me even though my email server is working fine. It appears not to play with reCaptcha which I don't want to live without.
26 August 2023
For about 10 years in the 2010s I used this plugin as an IT professional building dozens of wordpress-based sites. It was always frustrating trying to fix the errors because the documentation sucked.Fast forward and I haven't been in the IT industry for over 7 years and it still sucks. AYFKM?!If the form error is going to say: [your-subject]  "There is a possible empty field." [your-subject] is a valid replacement value.There's a serious problem with the quality of this plugin.100% Why wordpress has always had major issues. It should come with basic functionality like contact form but instead relies on 3rd party plugins to fill the void. Are we going to have to wait another couple decades for a CMS that actually comes with baked-in basic functionality instead of relying on 3rd party crapware?
Read all 2,052 reviews

Contributors and Developers

“Contact Form 7” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“Contact Form 7” has been translated into 65 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

Translate “Contact Form 7” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.