Jesper Christiansen

Joined about 6 years ago

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  • Posted to ASK DN : What's the right way to handle contact forms?, May 14, 2017

    There are several different 3rd party services that allow this. Pretty easy to use and set up. I created FormBackend

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Best Contact Form Solutions, May 14, 2017

    I had the same opinion about wufoo. So I went ahead and created FormBackend - you just create a regular HTML form, and point the action attribute to the URL that corresponds to the form you created on FormBackend. You can then get notified when someone submits your form, either by email or via Slack, Trello etc. We can even email the submitter of your form! :)

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  • Posted to How are you guys handling simple web forms on static sites?, Mar 19, 2017

    Formbackend ( is an option. You can create your form and style it the way you like it - and use the URL that Formbackend gives you, as the "action" of your form. All entries will end up in Formbackend, from where you can view them, export them etc.

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  • Posted to Ask DN : How do i add a contact form to my website without any back-end knowledge?, Mar 19, 2017

    There are 3rd party services that offer this. I built one of them called FormBackend - you simply create a form url on our site and use it as the action in your form html. You can then get notified when someone submits your form, or email them to let them know you've received their submission.

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