After installing aiContactSafe, we are now going to going to add a "Contact Us" link in our main menu. This link will direct users to a form already setup within aiContactSafe. In this tutorial we'll show you how to create this Contact Us link in your menu.

Linking to your Contact Us page in Joomla 2.5:

  1. Log into your Joomla 2.5 Admin
  2. In the top menu, hover over Menus ยป the menu to add this link to, and then click Add New Menu Item
  3. Next to Menu Item Type, click Select and click Contact Form (under aiContactSafe)
    click-contact-form-under-aicontactsafe
  4. Enter a Menu Title, such as Contact Us
  5. Under Required Settings, if you know which profile you would like to use, choose it from the list. Otherwise, leave it to Default form. Then, click Save in the top right menu.

    When you visit your Joomla 2.5 website, you should now see a new Contact Us link in your menu that directs users to a contact form.
    contact-form-menu-item-has-been-created
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2014-04-23 6:14 pm

funny I see no where in aiContactSafe to put in what email address it will send to web site staff. where is that?

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2014-04-23 6:32 pm
Hello Jason,

Sorry for the confusion. Check out this video which shows how to configure the form in aiContactSafe. You will see the email field when you configure the form.

Regards,
Arnel C.

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