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  • Joe Villanova
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    Where can I find how to add fields to the contact form? When I click Visual Composter it takes me to this site:
    http://vc.wpbakery.com/?utm_campaign=VCplugin_header&utm_source=vc_user&utm_medium=backend_editor with an 404 error.

    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Hi Joe,

    Usually you edit Contact Form 7 fields via WP Admin > Contact > Edit the Contact form you’re using.


    Joe Villanova
    Participant

    There isn’t any “Contact” in the left menu list in my Dashboard. When I go to the Contact page — the form that I want to edit had the Visual Edit Icon — when I click on the pencil to edit the form — all I can change is the email address the form goes to and the reply message. I do not see anywhere I can add or modify the form fields. The form seems to have been created elsewhere and is linked via a shortcode. In the widgets there is reference to NorthVantage Contact form under the NorthVantage Contact Widget.


    Joe Villanova
    Participant

    OK I see the issue the plugin for the Contact Form 7 was not installed by default. I just downloaded and installed it. Now I see the contact in the left menu.


    Joe Villanova
    Participant

    So the form that is the default on the Contact Page is not available for editing. What I had to do is create a new form with Contact Form 7, get the shortcode, delete the form that VC has in place on the page and paste in the short code for the new form. Does VC offer forms in the paid version? I would rather use all the same methods as opposed to sticking in another plugin.


    Joe Villanova
    Participant

    Also how do I remove the link icon from the thumbnails? I only want the enlarge icon to show.

    http://blassphotography.com/wordpress/blass-photography-portfolio/

    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Hi Joe,

    VC usually allows you to select any of the Contact Form 7 forms you’ve created, not just the standard one? Did you create it and refresh the page you were editing?

    You’ll need to hide it via CSS, this would need to be a customization, but first I’d recommend taking a look at the customization screencast to see if you can do it yourself. http://themeva.com/docs/epix/theme-customization/

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