Paste the code where you want the spam-free form to show up.
The spam-freeform will appear and you will be good to go — unless you have WordPress, in which case do the following.
The spam-free form can be published either (A) on a WordPress post or page or (B) as a WordPress widget.
Open a post or page for editing.
At the block where the code is to be put, tap the "HTML" icon to add Custom HTML.
Paste in the line of code for the spam-free form.
Click the "Publish" button.
The spam-free form in your post or page should now be good to go.
At your WordPress dashboard, go to the Appearance→Widgets page.
Activate a new Custom HTML widget.
Type in a title if you want. (It's optional.)
In the Content text box, paste in the line of code for the spam-free form.
Click the Save button.
The spam-free form should now be good to go.
Remember, in order to use the Spam-Free Form, you need to be signed up. For convenience, you can do that right here.
Login information is emailed directly to you soon after you tap the button.
One sign-up is good for all your domains and as many forms as you need — free.
Copyright 2018-2023 Will Bontrager Software LLC