Contact Form 7 4.9.1 is now available. This release includes several fixes and improvements and has been confirmed to be compatible with WordPress 4.9.
Contact Form 7 4.9 is now available. If you have contact forms for logged-in users, the newly introduced subscribers-only mode will be a great improvement. 4.9 adds new filter hooks and a custom DOM event that allows you to control your contact forms more flexibly. Fixes for several bugs seen in the previous versions are also included. I strongly recommend upgrading to 4.9 now.Continue reading Contact Form 7 4.9
Contact Form 7 4.8.1 is now available. This release fixes several bugs found in Contact Form 7 4.8.
The “on_sent_ok” and its sibling setting “on_submit” are deprecated and scheduled to be abolished by the end of 2017. It’s not that using those settings is unsafe, but it’s possible that enabling them will increase risk in case there are vulnerabilities in this plugin or in other components of your site. It’s time to replace them with a safer alternative.
Contact Form 7 4.8 is now available. Continuing from the previous update, the main focus is placed on internal refinements for future evolution.
Contact Form 7 4.7 is now available. This release is mainly aimed at several internal refinements that are going to be important in the future evolution. Although it doesn’t include fixes for security issues or critical bugs, I recommend that all users upgrade as soon as possible.
Contact Form 7 4.6.1 is now available. This release includes several bug fixes.
Contact Form 7 4.6 is available. This release has been confirmed as compatible with the upcoming WordPress 4.7, and includes a lot of new features and improvements I’m sure you have been looking for.
Contact Form 7 4.5.1 is now available. This release includes several fixes and improvements.
The default contact form template has been modified for the first time in 8 years. The major change is the addition of
label element to label a form control is recommended in accessibility guidelines. In earlier versions, the default template didn’t use
label elements, so you had to add them on your own if you wanted to make your form accessible.
In the early versions released before 2008,
label elements were used in their default template, but they were abandoned for a reason.