Contact Form 5.3.2

By searching for contact form 5.3.2, you are probably looking for answers regarding a recent update for the popular WordPress plugin Contact Form 7. There seems to have been a bug in the plugin that allowed unrestricted file uploads to happen.

If possible, make sure to update the plugin on your WordPress website as soon as possible. As a general rule, make sure to have your WordPress plugins as up-to-date as possible to avoid problems or fix bugs as soon as they are detected.

If you’re only in need for a very basic contact form anyway, using Free Contact Form might be an alternative to think about. No plugins to worry about, all you need to do is add a link to your website.

By following the steps below, you can place a link to a contact form on your website within 5 minutes for free.

Step 1: Create an Account

Please click here to start registering for an account.

Enter your information, make sure to use the email address you later want your contact form submissions to be sent to. Once you have added everything, click “Sign up”. If everything was entered correctly, you will then see the confirmation screen below:

Change over to your email inbox/app to look for the confirmation email that has been sent to you. If you can’t see the email, make sure to also check the spam folder. This should look something like this:

Click on the link and you’ll see another confirmation page that your email has been validated. On that page click on the login link.

On the login page, enter your email and password an click “Sign in”

You should now be logged into your account. Time to set up the form.

Step 2: Create a Form

In your account, click “Create Form”, either in the left sidebar or directly on the dashboard. Both works the same way.

Enter all the information required. In more detail, the three input fields do the following:

  • Field 1: Email Subject Line
    This will be the subject line of the email we send you when somebody makes a contact form submission.
  • Field 2: Logo
    This can be either a headshot of yourself, the logo of your brand or anything else that helps the user realize who this contact form is for.
  • Field 3: Intro Text
    Enter some text that lets the user know what you expect them to put into the message field and what to do with the form in general.

Once you’re finished, click “Create”.

Step 3: Use the Link

When you have finished creating and editing your form, you will see it in the dashboard. You can either click on the link as marked above or click on “Open Form Page” to get to the actual form.

In your browser you can then copy the URL as marked above (or simply the link on the dashboard in the image before) and link to it on your website menu or wherever you want.

That’s it, you’re now having a new contact form on your website. If you have any questions or feedback, please let me know here.