Contact Form 7 – Success Page Redirects – WordPress plugin Free download

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Contact Form 7 – Success Page Redirects

Description

An add-on for Contact Form 7 (CF7) that provides a straightforward method to redirect visitors to success pages or thank you pages, if their messages are successfully delivered. If no message is sent, or if there is an error with the form, the user will not be redirected.

NOTE: This plugin requires Contact Form 7 version 3.9 or later.

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The plugin will add a “Redirect to:” dropdown that contains all of your existing pages as options. This is set on each of the “Edit Contact Form” pages.

Installation

Unzip the downloaded plugin archive.
Upload the inner ‘contact-form-7-success-page-redirects’ directory to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory on your web server.
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.

Please note that Contact Form 7 (version 3.9 or later) must be installed and activated in order for this plugin to be functional.

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Unzip the downloaded plugin archive.
Upload the inner ‘contact-form-7-success-page-redirects’ directory to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory on your web server.
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.

Please note that Contact Form 7 (version 3.9 or later) must be installed and activated in order for this plugin to be functional.

Why doesn’t this plugin do *insert feature here*?

If you have a feature suggestion, I’d love to hear about it. Feel free to leave a message on the “Support” tab of the plugin page, and I’ll follow up as soon as possible.

My forms are no longer submitting, with this plugin installed. Why?

Please make sure that you have updated to the latest version of Contact Form 7. Success Page Redirects only supports versions 3.9.0 or higher. If everything is up to date and you’re still experiencing problems, please post a message on the Support Page.

Why are my forms no longer using Ajax, when I install this plugin?

In order to ensure that all forms are submitted properly, and that users can be redirected to success pages from some of your forms, I have had to disable Contact Form 7’s JavaScript for all forms. This means that you won’t be able to use Ajax to submit forms. In future updates, I hope to change this functionality, so that Ajax is only disabled for the forms that have a redirect page defined. Please note that disabling CF7’s JavaScript does not affect your forms’ ability to send messages properly.

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