What do you like best?
If you are into any kind of website design at all you probably use a Contact Form at times. I have used a couple different website design programs that have a Contact Form feature. However, for whatever reason, sometimes the form does not work or stops working. The best way around this is to use a third party form generator off the web.All hosting companies claim they host iweb, but when it comes down to reality; most really don’t have a clue. Recently Powweb came up with an apple/iweb knowledgeable tech, and my site is up and running again.
What do you dislike?
The site is pretty self-explanatory. Just decide which fields you want on your form, tweak the way it looks, enter the “Target” email (where you want the contact information to go) and then authenticate. Yes it is a pain to authenticate but it is an anti spam measure. Once you are finished then click on “Create Formular” and you will be taken to this screen
Recommendations to others considering the product
You can see that it does have the “I’m not a robot” feature. Yes, putting in those stupid, weird looking characters is a pain, but if you don’t then little tiny robots than scan the web will send you advertisement spam using your Contact Form.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
FoxyForm prepares the proper HTML code for your site which includes the “Target” email account. You then have to copy the code in that window and paste it into your website. If you, like me, are not a hand coder look for a way to place the HTML code into your website. Most website design programs now days have a feature or command that allows you to “Embed” HTML code into your site web page. Also, FoxyForm sends you the code in an email. You can save it if you have to move the form or redo your site.