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hey guys ive been a author of the marketplaces for a little while now.. im woundering is their anyway i can disable my contact form and add my own email address etc..

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You can use something like this

<input  type="text" value="EMAIL HERE" placeholder="[OPTIONAL]" disabled>

The “disabled” attribute
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where would i place that code?

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You can place this code anywhere you want OR where you want.
Use like this for eg.
<form>
<input value="someone[at]some.com" disabled="disabled" />
</form>
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Oh i’m so sorry this code will not work on marketplace, on marketplace only few HTML code are allowed.
I thought you are just asking about HTML forms to use it on your own site, but relise my error, i’m so sorry

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I’m not sure I know what you mean, exactly. The contact form sends a message directly to your e-mail address, and as an added bonus it also adds a link so you can verify that the sender has purchased your file. Why would you want to replace that with just a blob of text mentioning your e-mail address?

Surely you could just include your e-mail address in your profile text, if that’s what you want to do?

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I’m not sure I know what you mean, exactly. The contact form sends a message directly to your e-mail address, and as an added bonus it also adds a link so you can verify that the sender has purchased your file. Why would you want to replace that with just a blob of text mentioning your e-mail address? Surely you could just include your e-mail address in your profile text, if that’s what you want to do?

Was gonna suggest that..

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