The Contact page is the only required Footer page. You can rename this page if you desire.
To set up your Contact page:
- From the Site Builder drop-down menu, select Pages.
2. From the Pages menu (on the left side of the screen), scroll down to Footer and select Contact to expand the options.
3. Configure the page.
See Configure a page to learn how.
4. Select Content.
5. Populate main content fields as desired.
a.) Enter a Headline for the page.
b.) Enter a Subheading for the page (optional).
c.) In the Text box, enter content for the page. For more information on using the Text box, see Text editing tools.
6. Select General Inquiry.
The "General Inquiry" form is a required standard "Contact Us" type form.
This tool allows you to personally edit the type of fields that appear in your 'General Inquiry" form.
7. To edit the General Inquiry form fields:
a.) Populate or remove form fields as desired.
b.) Label: This is where you name the field
c.) Question: This is where you can provide more information or context to the user about the information you need in the form field.
d.) Require Field: This is where you designate whether the field is required.
8. Add and edit form elements (aka. fields) as desired.
a. Statement: This will simply create an area of text on the form where you can provide additional details or instructions.
b. Short Text: This will create a field where the user can enter a short line of text.
c. Long Text: This will create a field where the user can enter multiple lines of text.
d. Phone: This will create a field where the user can enter a phone number.
e. Email: This will create a field where the user can enter an email address.
f. Select Dates: This will create a field with a pop-up calendar where the user can enter arrival and departure dates.
g. Dropdown: This will create a form field where you can provide the user with a drop-down menu of choices to select from.
h. Multi-Choice: This will create a form field where you can provide the user with multiple-choice check boxes.
9. Create Additional Forms
Our tool also allows you to create additional forms for different types of customer inquiries that can be directed to different email addresses.
For example, you may want to create additional forms for wedding RFPs or space reservations.
10. Select Confirmation.
The content you enter on the Confirmation page will appear on the screen after a user submits a message.
11. Populate the Confirmation fields as desired.
a. Enter in the Headline that will appear upon Confirmation.
b. Enter in a Subheading for the confirmation (optional).
c. In the Text box, enter the confirmation text. For more information on using the Text box, see Text editing tools.
12. If you want a button to appear on the Confirmation page, populate those fields.
a. Enter the Text that you want to appear on the button.
b. From the Link To drop-down menu, select the location the button will link to:
-Email: This will set the button to open a new email in the user's default email client.
-Internal Page: This will set the button link to another page on your website.
-External Link: This will set the button to link to a page on another website.
13. Use the Botton On and Button Off selections to choose whether you want a button to display on the page.
15. Select Map.
The settings will display.
a.) Enter your property's address.
Note: If Google Maps shows an incorrect pin location for your property, you can enter an alternate address in this field. Changing the address in this field will not change your property's address anywhere else on the website.
b.) Enter the Headline text that will appear above the map (optional)
c. Enter the Subheading text (optional.)
d.) Select Save.