HTML Forms for Static Sites

Send a form from your static site to our url and we'll deliver it to your inbox.

Post your form to

https://jumprock.co/mail/ALIAS

Getting Started
1. Create Alias

We hide your email from spammers by using an alias in the URL.

2. Activate Your Alias

Click the link in the email we sent to you to activate your alias and be on the way to superstardom!

3. Create Your Form

This is an example of a basic form. Copy this code into your site's markup to start sending.

Remember to change "ALIAS" in the URL to your unique alias.
4. Start Receiving

You're all set! Whenever anyone submits a form on your site you will receive an email containing its contents.

Additional Fields & Info

The Honeypot

Including this input in your form will help to prevent SPAM. If this field contains a value on POST we will discard the email entirely.

<input type="text" name="trapit" value="" style="display:none">

Name

Including this input in your form will send the name entered.

<input type="text" name="name">

Email

Including this input in your form will send the email entered.

<input type="email" name="email">

Phone

Including this input in your form will send the phone number entered.

<input type="text" name="phone">

Subject

Including this input in your form will set a custom email subject. If this isn't included the default subject will be used.

<input name="subject" value="Custom Subject">

Message

Including this input in your form will send the content of the input. You can use a text box or textarea.

<input type="text" name="message">

Reply To

Include this field to specify a custom reply to email address.

<input type="hidden" name="replyto" value="example@jumprock.co">

If you would like to set a "replyto" based on user input you can give your "replyto" field a value of "%" followed by the name of the field. If you want to use the users email address as a custom reply to you would use "%email"

<input type="hidden" name="replyto" value="%email">

CC

Including this input in your form will set CC receipients. Notice the syntax includes "cc[]". This allows you to specify multiple CC addresses.

<input type="hidden" name="cc[]" value="example@jumprock.co">
<input type="hidden" name="cc[]" value="example@jumprock.co">

BCC

Including this input in your form will set BCC receipients. Notice the syntax includes "bcc[]". This allows you to specify multiple BCC addresses.

<input type="hidden" name="bcc[]" value="example@jumprock.co">
<input type="hidden" name="bcc[]" value="example@jumprock.co">

Redirection

Include this input if you want the user to be redirected after successfully submitting the form. Please use http/https (ex. https://google.com)

<input type="hidden" name="after" value="http://google.com">

Custom Fields

Include your own custom fields on your form.