Customize Divi’s Contact Form Module
By Divi Dude
You want to receive email, right? Me too. Divi has a pretty nice contact form out of the box. And when I write pretty nice, I mean pretty basic. But that’s okay. It works and that’s half the battle. It’s better than having to create your own form from scratch. Although it’s functional, with a little elbow grease, we can make it a little prettier too. Hopefully that’s what I did.
So in the video below you will learn how to:
- Add a photo to the background
- Move the contact form to one side of your page
- Round the corners of the form fields
- Add a border around the form fields
- Customize the size of the captcha form field
- Customize the submit button
- Change the success message after email has been sent
- And add some postage to the contact form
And as my video below shows, it’s not that difficult to do. Well, you will need Divi, and if you don’t already have it, you really should. It’s a fantastic WordPress theme that will make your life easier — well, at least your web building life.
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