Forms are almost mandatory for every website nowadays. Whether you’re running a blog, a website for your company or may be a membership based website. Whatever your website is about, you definitely are making use of forms somehow. You surely have a contact page consisting of a simple form, or may be an appointment one if you’re running a hotel or something. In either case, you’d like to have the best form plugin to handle the forms in your Website to ensure that there’s no spamming. And the forms are easy to customize.
It’s a plugin that I’ve worked with more than one hundred times. In fact, I know this plugin since the day I started working with WordPress. It’s free, simple to configure and doesn’t requires much of a programming language to set up. However, that’s not all. Contact Form 7 isn’t just limited to this. It has several extensions available at the WordPress Plugin repository. One of it’s best feature is the Contact Form 7 reCaptcha that adds a reCaptcha into the form to avoid spam as much. You can read more about the plugin here.