While your site’s Contact Page is managed in a similar way to its other interior pages, there are a few key differences to keep in mind.
The primary element that sets the contact page apart from other pages on your site is the contact form, through which visitors can submit messages.
The content you add using the page’s WYSIWYG editor is completely separate from this contact form, and will automatically display to the left (or above, depending on your device) of the form.
This display is part of the Contact Page Template, a unique page layout that is assigned to your site’s contact page by default.
This template and others can be selected using the Page Attributes module when editing or creating any page.
You can add a contact form to any other page on your site as well by selecting the Contact Page Template in this menu.
If you wish to remove the contact form from your contact page, simply select the “Default Template” or “No Sidebar” option.
Please note that users will be unable to submit messages through the contact form if it is removed from the page.
The contact form itself consists of three fields for the submitter to fill out: Name, Email, and Message. These fields cannot be edited.
Messages submitted through this form will be sent to your site’s contact email address. Once you’ve received a message, you can reply to the sender privately via email.
Visitors will also receive a receipt at the email address that they input under “Email” with a copy of their message to confirm that it has been sent.
Contact Email Address
The email currently set as your contact address is displayed in the notice at the top of the contact page editor.
Your site’s contact email address will also be displayed in the footer of every page unless no email address has been configured.
Keep in mind that if the contact email address is left blank, you will be unable to receive any messages sent through the contact form.
Be sure to change your site’s contact email address from the placeholder (email@example.com) before launch in order to receive messages through the contact form.