Creating the Contact Page using Gridable

Allow­ing your read­ers to eas­i­ly reach you is quite cru­cial for your busi­ness. This is why we imple­ment­ed the sim­plest way to cre­ate a con­tact page. Now, using Grid­able plu­g­in is eas­i­er than ever to do that.

All you have to do is using your imag­i­na­tion and cre­at­ing some grids with the most impor­tant info about you and your busi­ness. This is how we did on our demo and the out­come is pret­ty awe­some. Next, we will show you exact­ly the steps that need to be tak­en in order to achieve that.

Step 1 — Gridable plugin

First, you need to make sure the Grid­able plu­g­in is installed and acti­vat­ed. If not, you can you can sim­ply do that by going to Plu­g­ins → click on Add New but­ton. Search for Grid­ableinstall and acti­vate it.

Step 3 — Create the Contact page

From your Word­Press Dash­board cre­ate a new page and name it “Con­tact” or sim­i­lar. Now, all you need is play­ing around with Grid­able to get the desired lay­out for your con­tact page. In this short video, you can see a straight­for­ward and easy to fol­low exam­ple.

Feel free to exper­i­ment, and share with us the final result as well as the expe­ri­ence itself. We’re con­tin­u­ous­ly improv­ing Grid­able, so your feed­back def­i­nite­ly mat­ter.

You can also cre­ate a con­tact form and insert it on your page. For that, you can use a ded­i­cat­ed plu­g­in like Con­tact Form 7, WP Form Lite or you can take advan­tage of the beau­ti­ful Jet­Pack Con­tact Form.

This article applies to Fargo, as they share the same underlying structure.

Updated on October 27, 2017

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