A mail-tag has a corresponding form-tag; when an email is composed, a mail-tag in the email template is replaced with the user input value that comes through the input field represented by the corresponding form-tag.Continue reading Customizing mail-tag replacement
Contact Form 7 provides several kinds of user-input validation by default, including:
- Is a required field filled in?
- Does an email field have an email address in the correct format?
- Is an uploaded file in an acceptable file type and size?
You can also add your own custom validation.Continue reading Custom validation
This is the first entry in a series of articles to help developers customize Contact Form 7.
The first topic is expanding Contact Form 7’s form-tags. As you probably know, form-tags are code in a specific format within square brackets, usually representing form controls like text input fields and submit buttons. Currently, Contact Form 7 supports 30 different types of form-tags by default.