One of the five major areas of the site is the contact page. It barely requires any covering at all though, because we simple built it in Wufoo and embedded the code for it as a page and published it.

Worth noting is that Wufoo integrates with MailChimp, which Jeff uses to send a newsletter to people interested in keeping up with what he's up to lately. Wufoo makes that trivially easy.

We also look at how if you have the visual editor (default) turned on in WordPress, switching back and forth between the Visual and Text editor can screw up JavaScript. So, if you can, just turn it off.

And this is a mobile-first series right? Wufoo forms shrink down to mobile screen sizes quite well.

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  1. adamaoc
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    Do you know how to keep iOS from zooming in when you focus on an input?

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