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Open Source jQuery PHP Ajax Contact Form Templates With Captcha: Formify

Creating and configuring a contact form for you website sometimes become a pain if don’t have much experience dealing with commonly related issues. They become more tough if you want to include the attachment functionality as well.

Today’s freebie is a collection of open source jQuery & PHP ajax contact forms, we call it Formify. Formify is a contribution to lessen the pain of creating contact forms. The collection contains six different forms that are commonly used. These open source contact forms can be customized as well to suit the need for your website/application.

Formify uses PhpMailer for email functionality. PHPMailer is a PHP email transport class featuring file attachments, SMTP servers, CCs, BCCs, HTML messages, word wrap, and more. Sends email via sendmail, PHP mail(), QMail, or directly with SMTP. Go to PhpMailer Wiki if you wan to learn more about PhPMailer class.

Available forms

  • Contact Us Form
  • Ask a Question Form
  • Report an Issue Form
  • Job Application Form
  • Feedback Collection Form
  • Hire Me Form

Configuring Formify

Fomrify is fully configurable via configuration file. Within the root directory of Formify there is a mail.config file, open this file and edit the following configurations.

   SMTPSERVER:smtp.gmail.com
   SMTPUSER:SMPT_USER
   SMTPPASSWORD: SMTP_PASSWORD
   SMTPPORT:SMTP_PORT
   ADMINEMAIL:admin@gmail.com
   ADMINNAME:Webmaster
NOTE: Don’t delete/rename the “uploads” folder in the Formify directory.

Download FormifyView Domo

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2 comments

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  2. Thanks a lot for this great freebie. This will definitely get me kick-started putting together my next contact (or other) form since I usually start creating one from scratch and it’s not something I usually look forward to ;-)

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