Contact

Installing Builder Addons

Note: Builder Addons require the Themify Builder. You can use it with either any Themify theme or the Builder plugin.

Installing Builder Addons is exactly the same as installing WordPress plugins.

To install the addon:

  • Firstly, download the addon zip file from the link provided in your Themify Member Area.
    • NOTE: some browsers (eg. Safari) auto extract zip files automatically. Right-click on the download link and select "Save Linked File As" and it will allow you to download as a zip file.
  • Login to your site's admin area.
  • Navigate to WP Admin > Plugins > Add New.
  • Now, click the "Upload Plugin" link.
  • Select "Browse" and navigate to the plugin zip file which you downloaded in the first step and then select the "Install Now" button.
  • This will initiate the plugin installation process, and once finished, you can then activate the plugin.

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Importing the addon demo layout

Each addon zip file contains a sample Builder data file which you can import to your site. It helps you to understand how the addon demo is created.

To import the addon demo data:

  • First, extract addon zip file to your local computer
  • You should have a folder of the addon. Inside there is a folder named "sample", and inside that folder there is a Builder data file in a zip format (eg. "addon_name_sample-builder-layout.zip").
  • To import the Builder layout, login to admin and then go to the page frontend where you want to import the Builder layout. From the top admin bar > select Themify Builder > Import / Export > Import, upload the sample zip file.

Using the Contact Addon

Once addon is installed, you will find the Contact addon module in the Themify module panel. The module is available in both backend and frontend edit mode (just like all standard modules).

  • In the backend: you can find the Contact module in the Themify Custom Panel.
  • On the frontend: you can see the modules after turning on the Builder from top admin bar > Themify Builder > Turn On Builder.

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  • Drag and drop a Contact module in a row.
  • Contact Options
    • 1) Module Title = Insert the module title that will appear at the top of the module. It will appear left aligned, upper-case, in H3 format.
    • 2) Sent to = Enter the email address you would like the contact form after filled by user to sent to.
    • 3) Label = Insert text on how you want your fields to appear. Defualt text are the fields.
    • 4) Captcha = This is used to distinguish human from machine input which deters spam. A box will appear that will require users to answer correctly in order to send the contact form. Make sure to configure the reCAPTCHA settings first for this to work.
      • To set up your Captcha:
        • Go to http://www.google.com/recaptcha/intro/
        • Click the "Get reCAPTCHA" button. You may need to log in to your google account in order for this to work.
        • On the register a new site box:
          • Enter label as you like to appear
          • Enter the Domains that you would like to get the ReCaptcha Public & Private Key
          • Once you've entered the Domains you'll be redirected to a new page with your Site key and Secret Key. Place the Site key on the public ReCaptcha Public Key and the Secret key on your ReCaptcha Private Key.
          • Click "Save Changes"
    • 5) Show = Check which field you would like appear on your contact form.

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    Styling Contact

    • 1) Click the Styling tab to start customizing the Pointer module. Anything customization done in the styling panel will affect the entire module.
    • 2) Effects = Choose an animation that'll show how the module will appear.
    • 3) Background Color = Use the colour picker to pick a color for your background.
    • 4) Font Family = Choose a font family that will change the font of all the text for the entire module.
    • 5) Font Color = Choose font color that will change the color of all the text for the entire module.
    • 6) Font Size = Choose font size that will change the size of all the text for the entire module.
    • 7) Text Height = Choose how you want to align the counter module in the container. Default is centered.
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    • 8) Padding = Choose the space within the module.
    • 9) Margin = Choose the space outside the module
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    • 10) Border = Choose the colour, size, and style for each side of the border.
    • 11) Additional CSS Class = Add additional CSS class for custom styling.

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