Use Foxy Form To Add The Most Simple Contact Us Page To Your Blog.




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Email Box Logo IconLast year i wrote a post on creating a Contact Me or Contact Us forms and adding them to your blog.In that post we looked at using "Email Me Form" to create your contact form and while the version they provide worked very well in this post i will show you a much easier quicker Contact form your can use.While Email Me Form required you to register and had a limit on the number of forms you could create this new contact form can be created in seconds without the need to register and not limits are in place on the number you can create.

With Foxy Form you simply choose the fields you want included in your form, add the Email address you want to be forwarded to messages to and generate the code.You can optionally use the advanced options to change the appearance of the form like fonts and colors.Once created you can add the form to a page on your Blogger or Wordpress Blogs.

Demo - See a working demo on Our Templates Site : Contact Form Demo


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To get your contact form for your blog first follow this link to www.FoxyForm.com.

Fill in the contact form Settings, Extra options and enter the Email you want messages forwarded to then click create.You will be provided with the Html code for the form which you can copy and add to a Static page on your blog.


That's it very easy and it's very  important you provide readers with a way to contact you in a more private manner than comments.Once you have the code for your form you can paste the code into a page on your Blogger or Wordpress blog.

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5 comments:

  1. The contact form gives readers a way, beyond the comments section of the blog, to contact the blogger and interact with the blogger in a more personal way.

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  2. This looks great, but I copied and pasted the code into the HTML section of my static Contact page and it just looks like a big, white empty space. I had to delete the form because I just couldn't get it to show up. Do you know what I'm doing wrong?

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  3. That's fantastic. I am using it. Thanks a lot.

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