Integration instructions

We provide handy guides for integrations with different situations.

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Adding a contact forms to a Github Pages site

Step by step

 Posted on Mar 7, 2020

What is Github Pages? Github is of course well known as a source code repository. It also supports Github Pages, which is a hosting service for content already in a repository on Github. For public repositories and paid accounts, Github allows you to host your own site via Github Pages. Pages can be either based on Jekyll, which is the default, or you can provide your own static content by adding a . [Read more]

Adding a contact forms to a Hugo website

Step by step

 Posted on Feb 25, 2020   (Last modified Feb 28, 2020)

What is Hugo? Hugo is a static site generator, written in Go. Based on one or more themes, you can easily build an entire site, by just focusing on the content. Hugo is our favourite static site generator and CMS! In fact, the site you are visiting right now, is fully generated with Hugo! Contact Form for Hugo Even on static sites that you’ve built with Hugo, you still want to be able to interact with your visitors. [Read more]

Adding AJAX contact forms to a static website

Step by step

 Posted on Feb 25, 2020   (Last modified Feb 29, 2020)

jQuery ajax contact forms In this guide we’ll help you to integrate an Un-static form endpoint into your site, without using a standard HTML form submit. These is not that much difference in using our endpoints with jQuery’s ajax() contact forms. The most important part is that you will have to link your form to an account, as you’ll need to either provide your own Google reCAPTCHA secret or choose (the less secure) option to disable Spam Checking on our side. [Read more]

How to add a contact form to a static website

Within 2 minutes

 Posted on Nov 11, 2019   (Last modified Feb 28, 2020)

There are a number of tools, like Hugo (Specific instructions for Hugo), Jekyll and Hexo to easily make static websites. No need to maintain some kind of web framework on your server. No server side code, so no security risk is introduced either. But now you do have to think about handling form interaction. Without server-side code, you need to use a static form service to handle the form submission for you. [Read more]