Configuring the quick contact form

Updated on January 9, 2019

In addition to the classic contact form, Jupiter has a quick contact form. Having one on your website is extremely important to your visitors.

In this article, we’ll explain the quick contact form shortcode and how to configure its settings. Note that if you are looking for the contact form shortcode instructions, you can read the Contact form shortcode article.

To see the quick contact form in action, check out the demo page.

Configuring quick contact form - demo


What is a quick contact form

The quick contact form is a small form which is accessible from anywhere (if enabled) on your website. Initially it hides behind a small envelope icon in the bottom right corner of your screen.

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In contrast to the contact form shortcode, the quick contact form has only three input fields, which are name, email and message. Also, the quick contact form shortcode is a lot less customizable and can’t be added into custom sections.


Enabling or disabling the quick contact form

To enable or disable the quick contact form:

1From the WordPress left menu, go to Theme Options > Global Settings > Quick Contact.

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2Configure the settings as explained below.

Setting Description

Quick contactEnables or disables the quick contact form.
Quick contact on Blog & News / Single PostEnables or disables the quick contact form on blog & news single posts.
Quick contact titleSets the title to be displayed in the quick contact form.
Quick contact emailSets the recipient of the form submissions. Only one recipient is allowed.
Quick contact descriptionSets the description to be displayed in the quick contact form.

3Click on Save Settings.

Modifying or adding new form fields

It’s not possible to add new form fields but you may modify them. This process requires some development skills and includes overriding the quick contact form in your child theme.

Translating the form

Translating the form requires a third-party software or plugin. To learn about the process, read the Translating with Loco plugin article.


Configuring Captcha

To enable or disable the captcha:

1From the WordPress left menu, go to Theme Options >  Global Settings > Quick Contact.

Configuring quick contact form - Quick Contact

2Enable or disable the Captcha toggle option.

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3Click on Save Settings.
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