The purpose of ALFcontact is to provide a contactform with enough features to make it usefull and appealing whithout making it overly complicated.
Basically the form gives you the option to send messages to different aliases based on your accesslevel and/or language (J3 Only), these aliases are defined in the administrator section, each with their own set of options.
E.g. create aliases for Sales or Billing or Webmaster, add a prefix, custom optional field(s), default subject and/or redirect as you like and you're set.
If the user isn't logged in it will show inputboxes for adding reply info, once they're logged in, details can optionally be pre-filled.
Captcha security is included with a choice between reCaptcha and captchas.net.
Latest J!2.5 version: ALFContact v2.0.8
Latest J!3.* version: ALFContact v3.1.7
ALFContact supports around 33 languages at the moment and the number is growing, check the website for the latest information.
This feature is high on the 'todo' list....
Cracking little extension, great support. Cheers!
Its a perfect contact us solution, easy to use and very nice layout. It looks anytime better than Joomla default contact form. It works great with Bigo Captcha. No hassles in installation and configuration. All very smooth. Thank you.
ALFcontact is a perfect contact form for most websites. The ability to send contacts to different e-mail address is terrific. I didn't want to incorporate different forms for every department.
Suggestion: I hope you plan on offering more additional fields including checkboxes, radio buttons, pull down menus, etc. in the future.
- a way to specify different default recipients for forms on different parts of the site.
- the translations work nicely, except for the form title, and the default message text. Could you make your form Joomfish compatible?
unfortunately because our site is multilingual, and rather complicated, I probably won't be able to use your component, even though I love it.
Alf - you are to be congratulated and thanked, very much. You really hit the nail on this one. Cheers!
I need to place the same form in different page's side menu. Its better to have a module to work like exactly what we have now, so that we can place it easily in each page as a module