you can add a text input for each form field in your contact form, then add a button to tie the text inputs together. Set the button to “email form via server” and pick a thank you page (a page where the site visitor will go after clicking the send button). This is all that’s needed for the contact form.
I’m completely stumped trying to to make the contact form. Can you help? I’ve downloaded the Sparkle Contact form but can’t understand how to implement it. I’m with Ionos and checked and they said they the contact form should be set to PHP. then it will be ok. This is all over my head! Please can you explain - with baby steps! I’ve published my site but with a non-working Contact Page and a non-working Thank You page. I needed to get it visible asap. Thanks Terri
@TerriQ, what type & version of Sparkle do you have?
Can you give us a screenshot of you clicking on the “Send Email”.
I’ve never had my contact page as the index.html of a website. Try placing your Contact page as second page to your site, or choose it as a “regular page”, but because it is behaving as the home page of your site it won’t be picked up when you type in your domain address…
Sorry but this is a total misunderstanding. The Screenshot is of the Sparkle example Contact Form which I downloaded but don’t know how to implement it into my website. The screenshot is not of my website.
What do you mean by ‘Canvas’ ? is this another name for desktop? And are you asking to see the sample Sparkle Contact Form I’ve downloaded or are you asking to see my website with the non-working Contact form and non-working Thank you page?
Good morning, I think I have a similar problem. It is the first time that the submit button does not work for me with the same configuration in other forms. I attach a screenshot to see if someone can help me. I already deleted and re-inserted a new button and the same thing happens.
Yes about Gmail. Just set up a contact form on a new website and tested it with Gmail, iCloud.com mail and Yahoo.com mail.
I tried two different Gmail addresses; neither one worked in the Sparkle form.
Changed over to my iCloud.com email and bingo, everything worked fine.
Same with Yahoo mail, no issues there, either.
So, it appears that Gmail is marking the form mail generated by Sparkle as spam.