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SimpleMailer Contact Form

Descrição

A common feature of many websites is a contact form. SimpleMailer – is an end-user friendly contact form plugin, it is quite easy to configure and customize. The basic plugin has been kept extremely simple to allow an easy and quick implementation in your WordPress site.

SimpleMailer supports SMTP by default, but if you like, you can also use the PHP mail() function.

Standard SimpleMailer form submits data via “normal” browser request(POST), but you can make them nicer by using AJAX to submit the form data in the background.

This plugin was developed completely object-oriented and requires at least PHP 5.6 >. SimpleMailer places a great importance on the security of sensitive user data such as the password and treats it with special care.

Imagens de tela

  • SimpleMailer automatically adapts to your website's style.

Instalação

  1. Upload the SimpleMailer plugin to your plugins directory /wp-content/plugins/, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
  3. Once done, go to the plugin settings page at Settings » SimpleMailer and enter the relevant data, then save (Note that you also need “administrator” capability to change the SimpleMailer settings).

Displaying the contact form on the front-end

There are three options on how to display the contact form on your WordPress site:

  1. Displaying the SimpleMailer Widget
  2. Including Short Code [simplemailer] on a specific page
  3. By calling the function getForm(); ?> in your theme file

Let’s just say, you want to add the SimpleMailer form widget to your website’s sidebar. You can find the SimpleMailer form widget on Appearance » Widgets page in your WordPress dashboard. Go ahead and add SimpleMailer widget into your right sidebar area. If you visit your website now, you will be able to see the contact form widget in the sidebar on your page. Note that your WordPress theme should support the widget areas.

The easiest way to display SimpleMailer form on a specific page is to use Shortcode. For instance, the following Shortcode in the body of a post or page would add contact form to that post or page: [simplemailer]

And the third option can be used to display the form anywhere you want in your theme files. To do this, simply add the function getForm(); ?> to one of your theme PHP files.

Configuring SimpleMailer

As mentioned before, SimpleMailer supports SMTP by default, the checkbox Enable SMTP must be activated.

Now, fill in the child input fields below this checkbox to complete the SMTP settings.

A valid configuration for a Gmail account could look something like this:

  • Enable SMTP: Checked
  • SMTP Host name: smtp.gmail.com
  • SMTP Port: 25
  • Encryption: START_TLS
  • SMTP username: fake.user@gmail.com
  • SMTP password: your_password
  • SMTP Debug: 0

If you would like to use the PHP mail() function instead, just deactivate the Enable SMTP checkbox. The entries in the child input fields below are then irrelevant.

At the bottom of the settings page you will find the Google reCaptcha configuration. To start using reCAPTCHA, you need to sign up for an API key pair for your site. You then insert these into the corresponding input fields. Please also note that the PHP cURL extension has to be installed on your server for reCAPTCHA to work.

All other settings are self-explanatory.

Advanced settings for advanced users

Advanced configuration settings are managed within the config.php file. By default, however, there is no config.php file in your plugin installation directory, you have to create this file first, as follow. The directory /wp-content/plugins/simplemailer/ contains a custom.config.php file. You will need to make a copy of the custom.config.php file and name it config.php, that one will take priority over default SimpleMailer settings.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the SimpleMailer plugin to your plugins directory /wp-content/plugins/, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
  3. Once done, go to the plugin settings page at Settings » SimpleMailer and enter the relevant data, then save (Note that you also need “administrator” capability to change the SimpleMailer settings).

Displaying the contact form on the front-end

There are three options on how to display the contact form on your WordPress site:

  1. Displaying the SimpleMailer Widget
  2. Including Short Code [simplemailer] on a specific page
  3. By calling the function getForm(); ?> in your theme file

Let’s just say, you want to add the SimpleMailer form widget to your website’s sidebar. You can find the SimpleMailer form widget on Appearance » Widgets page in your WordPress dashboard. Go ahead and add SimpleMailer widget into your right sidebar area. If you visit your website now, you will be able to see the contact form widget in the sidebar on your page. Note that your WordPress theme should support the widget areas.

The easiest way to display SimpleMailer form on a specific page is to use Shortcode. For instance, the following Shortcode in the body of a post or page would add contact form to that post or page: [simplemailer]

And the third option can be used to display the form anywhere you want in your theme files. To do this, simply add the function getForm(); ?> to one of your theme PHP files.

Configuring SimpleMailer

As mentioned before, SimpleMailer supports SMTP by default, the checkbox Enable SMTP must be activated.

Now, fill in the child input fields below this checkbox to complete the SMTP settings.

A valid configuration for a Gmail account could look something like this:

  • Enable SMTP: Checked
  • SMTP Host name: smtp.gmail.com
  • SMTP Port: 25
  • Encryption: START_TLS
  • SMTP username: fake.user@gmail.com
  • SMTP password: your_password
  • SMTP Debug: 0

If you would like to use the PHP mail() function instead, just deactivate the Enable SMTP checkbox. The entries in the child input fields below are then irrelevant.

At the bottom of the settings page you will find the Google reCaptcha configuration. To start using reCAPTCHA, you need to sign up for an API key pair for your site. You then insert these into the corresponding input fields. Please also note that the PHP cURL extension has to be installed on your server for reCAPTCHA to work.

All other settings are self-explanatory.

Advanced settings for advanced users

Advanced configuration settings are managed within the config.php file. By default, however, there is no config.php file in your plugin installation directory, you have to create this file first, as follow. The directory /wp-content/plugins/simplemailer/ contains a custom.config.php file. You will need to make a copy of the custom.config.php file and name it config.php, that one will take priority over default SimpleMailer settings.

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