To add a contact form to your site, just drag and drop a WP Forms element onto any page and select from among available templates to display one.

This plugin also enables you to personalize each form’s messaging, so your website visitors will receive tailored responses instead of generic feedback messages (such as Success or Error Messages).

How to add a contact form 7 to a page using Elementor?

Elementor’s built-in contact form widget comes equipped with numerous settings that you can tailor to meet your unique requirements. Notification options allow you to tailor exactly how and when people submit forms – for instance, by default the plugin sends out emails directly to site admin’s email address but this setting allows for customization as well.

This widget also enables you to set the form’s alignment – from left, center or right – as well as its width – the default is 100px but this can easily be changed as needed.

Once your form is aligned and width are met, you can begin styling it by heading over to the Style Tab and selecting Form. Here you can set font size, form field size, text color, line-height and letter-spacing as well as add an accent color or box shadow; additionally you can style input fields, textarea and checkbox/radio buttons of your form.

As well as these options, you can also style the file upload button, outer section styling (for the row that contains your form) and submit button; and even style various form messages like error and validation messages without needing coding knowledge. All this can be accomplished without hassle.

How to style a contact form 7 using Elementor?

If your contact form was built with Contact Form 7 but its default styling doesn’t suit your taste, Elementor makes it possible to easily make changes using Xpro’s Contact Form 7 widget for Elementor.

For this widget to work properly, it requires the Xpro Elementor addon to be installed. This plugin turns Contact Form 7 form templates into Gutenberg blocks which you can then add directly into Elementor pages using Elementor. To do this, create a new page (Pages > Add New) and select Contact Form 7 template from list of templates.

Click PUBLISH, then the Form Options tab to make any edits to the form settings. Here, you can manage form elements’ style and layout as well as setting messages displayed when fields are missing or invalid.

One more thing you can do to personalize the submission button is changing its color and style by visiting the Button Style settings. Here, you can set its background color, hover color and border style (solid, dashed or dotted).

How to add a contact form 7 to a page using Elementor with PowerPack

Contact forms are an integral component of websites. Not only can well-crafted forms add aesthetic value, they also protect visitors from being spammed by bots that scour the web looking for exposed email addresses that could be harvested and spammed directly by them. By including a contact form on your site you provide an extra layer of security against this happening and prevent bots from harvesting your address and spamming it directly into their inboxes.

Utilizing the WordPress contact form 7 plugin, it’s easy and quick to create and add contact forms to any page on your site. Multiple forms with different styles and rules can exist on a single page for maximum flexibility. Plus, this free plugin includes advanced features like conditional fields, data synchronization and customizable thank you pages!

Not only can this plugin style your form, it allows you to also personalize the emails sent out upon submission of it by users or to you when submitted by them. Furthermore, there’s an included widget which lets you easily style checkbox and radio buttons within the form itself; style file upload buttons; outer form row styles; as well as form messages – there are even themes available so your contact form has its own custom look!

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