I’ve thought long and hard about porting Jem’s PHP Mail Form to WordPress (the number 1 content management system in the world) but it doesn’t take a genius to see that the WordPress contact form plugin marketplace is thoroughly saturated.
However, what do many of these WordPress form plugins have in common? Problems with spam. And what does Jem’s free mail form script do particularly well? Deal with spam. As such, over the next few months I’ll be working on Spam Stopper add-ons based on JMF spam-blasting functionality for the most popular WordPress form plugins – starting with Contact Form 7.
If you’d like to be a guinea pig and test the Contact Form 7 Spam Stopper on your WordPress website, please get in touch: email@example.com