A contact page template lets you provide an interface to the viewers to Contact you. Yes, it exactly does that. Like the other page templates, this one too, on being assigned to a page, brings up up its own metabox with the configuration options after you save the page. Sounds complex? Simply assign a “Contact” template to the page and save the page. You will see a new metabox with the title “Contact page settings” somewhere below the Content edit area.

Google Map

Is certainly one of the main offerings of the Contact page template. Just simply put your location address at a given field and it will display a cool looking google map of your location on the Contact page.

Email Form

How can we survive without one. A good looking email form is in the place with a variety of unique options available to let you customize the form as per your needs.

Configuration options

  • Lets you display your address or any additional information as text besides the contact form. Simply provide your html text in the given textarea. Yes, it does support html markup.
  • You can turn on the Google map display by writing your address to the google map field.
  • You can set the default zoom level for the Google map.
  • And, Aspect ratio . Yes, you can modify the aspect ratio of the Google map to finely tune the display of your Contact page.
  • For the Email form, you can toggle the fields and validation for “Name” and “Phone number” in addition to the default “Email address” and “Message” area.
  • You can turn on additional US phone number validation on the phone number field too.
  • Two tier validation for the form fields. One at the client browser level, the next at the server level.
  • You can specify one or multiple recipient addresses to receive the email form.
  • ReCAPTCHA. Yes, it is there. You can toggle ReCAPTCHA on the contact form. usere its skin and language.