Want your visitors to be able to contact you right from your site?
Want to protect yourself from spammers by hiding your e-mail address?
Then this tool is for you! With Strong Contact, you will be able
to easily and quickly create a contact form and publish it on your
site. Besides regular fields for entering a name, e-mail address
and message text, you can have as many additional fields as you like,
which will allow you to collect any information you are interested
in. These forms are based entirely on PHP and perfectly work on modern
Contact Form Builder consists of two sections: Form and Output.
Use the Form section to configure the form and add/remove form fields
and the Output section to get the final PHP/CSS code of the form.
The Form section consists of the item list, buttons for adding/removing
items and several edit fields for changing the parameters of the form and its
The Recipient's address field is the e-mail address the message with the information
entered into the form will be sent to.
Default Subject defines the message subject if no field in the form is used to
enter the subject.
The "Thank you" message defines the message that will be displayed for the user
after the message is successfully sent.
The Add Field button adds a new field. Clone Field adds a new field with the
parameters of the selected field. Delete Field deletes the selected field.
The Text Field, Text Area and Check Box options define the type of the form
field, where Text Field is a one-line text input field, Text Area is a multi-line
text input field and Check Box is a checkbox with two values: selected/not selected.
Field Name is used to edit the text that is displayed next to the field in the
Min.length is used to limit the minimum length of the value in the field. If
the length of the text is less than the minimum value, the form will display
an error message.
Max.length is used to limit the maximum length of the value in the field. If
the length of the text is greater than the maximum value, the form will display
an error message.
'The value must be a URL' is used to specify that the entered text must be a
URL. If the text is not a URL, the form will display an error message.
'The value must be an e-mail address' is used to specify that the entered text
must be an e-mail address. If the text is not an e-mail address, the form will
display an error message.
The 'Use as FROM name' checkbox is selected when you need to use the text entered
into the field as the sender's name.
The 'Use as FROM email' checkbox is selected when you need to use the text entered
into the field as the sender's address.
The 'Use as SUBJECT' checkbox is selected when you need to use the text entered
into the field as the message subject.
Output (see screenshot)
Use Output section to get the PHP/CSS
code of the form. To get the PHP/CSS code of the form, you should
enter the name of the form.
This parameter is necessary to generate
the correct code. Click
Generate Codes to generate the CSS/PHP code of the form. The generated code
is displayed in two text areas below. Copy them and use them on your site.