Grails Contact Form

  • Tags : email
  • Latest : 1.0.7
  • Last Updated: 10 September 2010
  • Grails version : 1.2.0 > *
  • Authors : Anthony Campbell
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Dependency :
compile ":contact-form:1.0.7"

Documentation

Summary

Installation

Installation

To install the Grails Contact Form plug-in type in this command in your project's root folder:

grails install-plugin contact-form

Upgrading from an earlier release

There shouldn't be any issues upgrading from an earlier release.

Configuration

Before running your application with the contact-form plug-in, make sure you perform the following configuration steps.

URL Mappings

Once installed your new contact form will be available at the following URL:

http://{HOSTNAME}:{PORT}/{APPLICATION-NAME}/contactForm

If you would prefer to change the URL to the contact form, please take advantage of the grails-app/conf/UrlMappings.groovy file. For example, to change the mapping from "contactForm" to "contactUs" insert the following line into your URL mappings file:

"/contactUs" {
    controller = "contactForm"
}

Mail configuration

The next step is to provide mail plug-in configuration your SMTP server details. The configuration is available in the grails-app/conf/Config.groovy file. The existing example configuration is a template for use with a GMAIL account. Please update as required.

Note: This is set up to use SSL, if your SMTP server does not make use of SSL then you should remove the "props" SSL attributes.

Captcha configuration

Finally, you need to update the captcha definition found again in the grails-app/conf/Config.groovy file. The existing configuration contains comments which highlight the following properties:
  • Allowed characters
  • Font size
  • Font type
  • Background size
  • Background colour
  • Maximum text length
  • Minimum text length
  • Text colour

Where is the source repository located?

The source repository has been moved to http://github.com to make it easier to contribute patches and updates:

Further documentation

The contact form plug-in is dependent on both the Mail and JCaptcha plug-ins. For additional configuration and feature information please refer to the following documentation: For further information regarding URL mapping please refer to the following documentation:

Description

Overview

A simple plug-in which provides an Ajax driven contact form with real time validation and captcha support. Ajax forms provided by the "remote-forms" skin available through the skin-loader plug-in.

If you find any issues, please submit a bug on JIRA: http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/GRAILSPLUGINS

Please look at the CHANGES file to see what has changed since the last official release.