Contact Form Module
In order to let people send you an email through your coming soon page, all you need to do is to place the Contact Form Module on it.
This should be your email address, one where you will receive messages sent through the form
The subject of the message sent through the form. Make it recognizable, so you can instantly know the email was sent via the coming soon page.
Show Name Field
It’s preferable to ask for a name as it gives you the option to personalize communication later on. If you would like to show the field, simply enable this option and the form will get an extra field.
Name Placeholder Field
Let people know this is the place to write their names.
Email Placeholder Field
If Show Name Field option is enabled, you will be able to change the placeholder text for it. Write something like “Name” or “Enter your name”.
Subscribe Button Text
Write short text displayed on the call to action button that people will use to send their message.
Message Field Placeholder Text
Text that will be visible on the form field before users start to write.
GDPR Consent Checkbox Text
Write a custom text for GDPR. checkbox and let people know what they're agreeing to before sending the message.
If you do not want the GDPR checkbox, leave this field empty.
Error Message: "GDPR Box Not Checked"
Write a message that will be displayed to users who do not check the GDPR checkbox.
If you want to use GDPR as a popup, write the content here.
Anti Spam Text
Write a text that will let your visitors know that you are not collecting their emails to spam them. Make it custom and personal.
Antispam Text Size
Choose the size of the Anti Spam Text. We suggest keeping it smaller than the rest of the text or at least make it less visible with a muted color.
Subscribe Button Position
The horizontal position of the subscribe button below the email field. It can go left, right, or center.
Antispam Text Color
Choose the color of your antispam text.
Input Text Size
Choose the font size for all input fields.
Button Text Size
Choose a font size for the contact us button.
Each response from the form can be colored. You can choose colors for:
- Success Message Background
- Success Message Text
- Error Message Background
- Error Message Text
- Input Fields Placeholder Text
Customize Form Styles
If disabled, all form styles will be default (ugly) browser ones. Disable it if you plan on adding your own custom CSS to fully style the form.
Enable the option if you want to style the form. By enabling the option you will get the following options:
- Input Text Color
- Button Text Color
- Input Background Color
- Button Background Color
- Input Focus Background Color
- Button Hover Background Color
- Input Border Color
- Button Border Color
- Input Focus Border Color
- Button Hover Border Color
To change a color, simply click on the field and select a color from the color picker. If you want to make sure that some colors are the same, copy the color code (for example “215D3F”) and paste it in another field. Don’t forget to save changes.