I’m having trouble with the contact form for the display template. Everything seems to working great but I never receive the information I submitted.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Please open up contact.php and search for following two lines:
$name_of_your_site = "Display.net";
$email_adress_reciever = "email@example.com";
Replace “Display.net” (without quotes) with any text of your choice (like “Contact form message from mywebsite”) and “firstname.lastname@example.org” with your email address.
I have the same Problem. I do not get a “Message sent” Info and i do not get the messages to my emailaccount…
$name_of_your_site = get_option(‘blogname’);
$email_adress_reciever = $k_option;
this is in the template_contact.php which i think is ok.
website is: http://www.holiday-marketing.com
Thanks for replying.
I had already changed those values. I now have…
$name_of_your_site = “Message from ADM Productions”;
$email_adress_reciever = “email@example.com”;
And I click submit and it seems to work but I never receive any emails.
Could it be an issue with my website host company?
@simonac please try to use a contact form plugin like http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/contact-form-7/ and check if it works. If not please talk to your hoster and ask the support staff if you need t activate/configure the php mail function somehow.
@jordandoig yes – that’s possible. Did you try any other contact form scripts like: http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/ajax-html5-css3-contact-form-tutorial/ or http://tutorialzine.com/2009/09/fancy-contact-form/ ? If they don’t work too it’s very likely a server configuration/hoster issue.
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