SimpleModal Contact Form (SMCF) 1.0 Released

SimpleModal Contact Form (SMCF) is an Ajax powered modal dialog contact form for WordPress.

The project and all of the information about it is hosted on

If you have any feedback regarding the plugin, please let me know.

10 thoughts on “SimpleModal Contact Form (SMCF) 1.0 Released”

  1. Hi Eric,

    With everything I’m capable of in web dev, I’m still a simpleton apparently.

    After searching all the “contact form” options out there for WP, I liked yours the best. But I can’t seem to grasp where to put the code you provide in the installation example. I call ’em “blind spots” — where I can’t see the forest for the trees (whatever the hell THAT means – but you get my convoluted drift). Can you be more specific for this dummy?

    Thanx in advance,


  2. @deej – hello! I’m glad you like the plugin. After you’ve uploaded the plugin, activated and configured it, you need to then update your theme.

    If you already have a “contact” link somewhere, like in sidebar.php, all you need to do is add class="smcf_link" to it.

    If you want SMCF to generate the link for you, add something like the following:

    <?php if (function_exists('smcf')) : ?>
      <?php smcf(); ?>
    <?php endif; ?>

    Hopefully that helps some…if not, let me know.

  3. Eric,

    I put the code in the sidebar as you suggest. All that happens when clicked is the screen darkens gets stuck like that until I reload the page. What am I missing?


  4. Hi Eric,
    Could you take a look at my blog; when the contact form loads it is a little out of whack, not sure why, please help (it sends email fine though).


  5. @Pat – You have another content class defined and it is causing the issues you are seeing. To fix it, just edit the css/smcf.css file:

    #contactModalContainer .content {background:#333; color:#ddd; height:260px; float:none; width:420px;}

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