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How to add reCaptcha 2 to Contact Form 7 (updated 2019)

CAPTCHA is an acronym for “completely automated public Turing test to tell computers and humans apart.”. If you post a form on your website, you will most probably start getting spam posts through your form. This is because there are “bots” (these are just scripts that just scrape through websites) that are coded to keep traversing the internet looking for forms to submit. Since you always read form submissions from your form, the spammers get to send you marketing messages easily.

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How to embed the contact form in your web pages

This page shows you how to embed the contact form (see the free contact forms from HTML Form Guide) in a web page. Different methods are shown; you can decide which the best is, for you. Using IFrame Using Iframe is the easiest way to embed the form in your web page. Iframe lets you create a box on your web page whose contents are loaded from another URL. Here is a sample iframe code:

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A simple, easy PHP contact form

Adding a contact form helps in getting good leads quickly. Contact forms need not be complex. Here is a simple but powerful contact form that you can just download, customize and plug-in to your website. Also see: more free, modern contact forms from ReusableForms.com Download the contact form code You can download the contact form that best fits your needs and then customize as required. A simple contact form with three fields: Name, Email and Message

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Free, simple, PHP based email contact form

This page presents the sample code for a simple ‘contact us’ form. The form collects a few pieces of information ( email, name and a message ) from your visitor and emails it to you. Note: You can make contact forms quickly with Simfatic Forms. Simfatic Forms helps you to make complete, feature-rich forms and get it online quickly. Read more here. Get more free, ready to use form downloads at ReusableForms.

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Here is a simple popup contact form (modal popup)

A popup contact form has many benefits. You can add a button/link in every page that pops up the contact form in a modal popup. That makes the contact form easily accessible from any part of the website. Your web site visitors do not have to ‘hunt’ for the ‘contact us’ page. Also see captcha forms from ReusableForms.com Download the popup contact form code You can download the contact form that best fits your needs and then customize as required.

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HTML contact form with CAPTCHA

Using a contact form on your website is very useful as it helps your web site visitors to communicate with you in an easy and simple way. But, there are spammers and hackers who are looking for exploitable web forms. It is essential to secure your form against all ‘holes’ that those hackers are searching for. Note: You can make secure contact forms quickly with Simfatic Forms. Simfatic Forms helps you to make complete, feature rich forms and get it online quickly.

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Making a contact form with file upload support

Having file upload boxes in contact forms will be greatly convenient for some web sites. For example, if the visitor can attach his/her photo and resume, that will greatly enhance the form's functionality. Here is a contact form that you can customize for your needs. Also see free file attachment forms from ReusableForms.com Download the contact form code You can download the contact form that best fits your needs and then customize as required.

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PHP Contact Form Tutorial

In this article, we will make a contact form for your website. The contact form contains only the necessary fields required in most contact forms. The contact form needs to have two parts: the client-side ‘front end’ of the form and the server-side ‘back end’ of the form. The client-side of the form is coded in HTML (actually, XHTML 1.0 strict to be exact) plus some style (CSS) and JavaScript.

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Creating a contact form for your website

Here is a ‘ready to use’ form that you can simply plug-in to your web site. All that you have to do is to download the code below, update the code to include your email, and attach form to your web site. You can easily customize the form for your needs. The code is 100% validated XHTML1.0 strict. Also see: free form downloads from ReusableForms.com Features of this contact form Standards compliant, accessible form 100% XHTML 1.

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