Truth be told, there aren’t many contact form plugins around the internet that are worth looking into. In my experience, either they work… or they don’t, and most of them… don’t.
This has lead me to become a Contact Form plugin snob, and thus I only use one plugin across all my WordPress blogs.
This baby is a-ok. I’ve not had any issues with it since its installation. In fact, I had to double-check the name because it’s so functional that I can safely forget it’s activated. I have blogs in a field that doesn’t experience a lot of traffic near the contact form, as my readers mostly own their own blogs and would love any opportunity to link from my comments, so if you’re looking for an ultra-basic contact form that definitely will allow your readers to contact you without using their email, then this will do just fine.
In case you’re looking for something a bit more functional and fancy, here are a couple more options:
This plugin allows the sender to select from a drop-down menu of recipients – Webmaster, Editor, and Advertising would be good options – and allows them to define their own subject line as opposed to Enhanced WP Comment Form which labels all messages “Contact Form Submission”. Fast and Secure Comment Form also has CAPTCHA and Akismet support, and customizable CSS/HTML.
This is a sexy plugin because it literally allows you to define everything on your own terms from a very WSYSIWYG interface. You can choose how many fields you’d like in each form, as well as their title, and/or radio buttons for selection. It also has CAPTCHA and Akismet support, and customizable CSS. Even better: this plugin has the ability to translate. I told you it was sexy!