Integrate Forms on your Website and hide your Mail🙈.

A simple way to integrate Contact forms on your website with easy to use service

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Published by Code Tea

When I was building my website, I needed a way for users to contact me without knowing my MailId and getting the form directly into my inbox, So I went on a hunt. Just after a little while I found a way, which is a service that provides exactly what i needed.

This process requires no sign up process. On your html document navigate to the place where you need to insert the Contact form and paste:

<form action="" method="POST">
<input type="text" name="name" required>
<input type="email" name="email" required>
<button type="submit">Send</button>

Edit the with your contact email.

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It is a better practise to hide your email to not get spammed, At least I think that. Go to FormSubmit and enter your email to get a linked email address that can be placed in the place of your actual email address in the form.

_replyto: This feature allows you to create a automated reply(“Thank you message”) to the person immediately after they submit the form. But to work with this option email field is required

_next: To redirect the user to a url after submitting the form.

Disable reCAPTCHA: You may have noticed that when you submit a form by default it uses reCAPTCHA, Add this to the form to disable.

<input type="hidden" name="_captcha" value="false">


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