SimpleModal Contact Form (SMCF) 1.2.2 Released

SMCF 1.2.2 includes the following changes:

  • Upgraded SimpleModal to 1.2.3
  • Added addslashes() function for smcf_messages JavaScript object to prevent localization issues
  • Added stripslashes() function for the email message
  • Removed 70 character limit for wordwrap() function - defaults to 75
  • Added wp_page_menu() and wp_list_pages() filter to dynamically add smcf-link class to a contact menu link
  • Changed format of validation messages - requires translation updates

If you are using wp_list_pages() or wp_page_menu(), this release makes it a lot easier to use SMCF without having to modify any source files. All you need to do is enter the matching link title on the SMCF options page.

I've also modified the email message to use the default wordwrap of 75 characters and have removed the slashes added by magic_quotes.

Translators: Updates were made to the verbiage, so if you would be so kind to update your translations, I'd appreciate it!

For more information and the download, please visit the SMCF WordPress Plugin Page.

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6 Comments

  1. March 31, 2009 @ 5:54 pm #

    Great,
    Wordwrap function is what i needed. Looking forward to more updates like make a field required and if some sort of captcha can be included in the form.
    is there a way to use captcha with this version??

  2. April 2, 2009 @ 4:12 pm #

    Hello Eric,

    I've found your contact form was the ideal way I wanted to get in touch on my blog in construction (http://nedge.free.fr/leshowroom/).

    Unfortunetly, I don't know anything in PHP code and I can't activate or select the form options such as the subject field and cc send.
    Do you have a download of your plugin with all options ready selected anywhere please?

    Thanks a lot and ...great job ;-)

  3. April 3, 2009 @ 8:19 pm #

    @Ashish Jha - I'm not a big fan of captcha, so I don't have any plans to include it. If I have time, I could look into an example implementation.

    @Nedge - I just tried sending an email on your site, it appeared to be working. Let me know otherwise.

  4. April 5, 2009 @ 5:22 pm #

    Hi, I just installed your plugin. First, thanks, this is something I was looking for :)

    There's just one point I'm not clear about. The admin screen has an option to show or not the subject line. I unchecked it and put a default one. The form didn't show the subject, but gave me an error message like "you need to enter the subject". Now I enabled the subject and it works, but it stays a mandatory field. So would there be a way to not have a subject line at all?

    thanks!

  5. April 5, 2009 @ 7:40 pm #

    @Charles - nice catch...thanks! I just put out version 1.2.3 that fixes the validation issue. Thanks again!

  6. April 7, 2009 @ 12:25 pm #

    Hye Eric,

    Thank you very much for your answer. A friend helped me with the php issue.
    I'm now trying to set it again on the final project site (the other was for test).
    I'll let you know when everything will be running in its final appearence.

    Thanks a lot !

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