Contact Widgets


Note: This plugin requires PHP 5.4 or higher

Beautifully display social media and contact information on your website with simple, easy-to-use widgets.

Contact Information

Display your contact information including email address, phone number, fax and physical address (including a map).

Social Media Profiles

Display your social media profiles in an attractive, intuitive way.

30 Languages Supported

English – DanskDeutschΕλληνικάEspañolEspañol de MéxicoSuomiFrançaisहिन्दीBahasa IndonesiaItaliano日本語한국어मराठीBahasa MelayuNorsk bokmålNederlandsPolskiPortuguês do BrasilPortuguêsРусскийSvenskaไทยTagalogTürkçeУкраїнськаTiếng Việt简体中文香港中文版繁體中文


If you run into a problem, post your question in the plugin support forum and we would be happy to help. Remember, the more information you can provide up-front, the easier it is for us to verify the problem and the faster we can help!

  • Screenshot(s) – How-to guide
  • Name and version of your theme – Video tutorial
  • List of all active plugins on your site – Video tutorial
  • Steps taken or details we should know to reproduce and verify the problem


Development of this plugin is done on GitHub. If you believe you have found a bug, or have a killer feature idea, please open a new issue there. Pull requests on existing issues are also welcome!


  • Contact widget
  • Social widget
  • Twenty Sixteen theme showing both widgets


How do I add additional fields to the Contact Information widget?

Adding additional fields to the Contact Information widget is as simple as adding a WordPress filter.

Here is an example:

add_filter( 'wpcw_widget_contact_custom_fields', function ( $fields, $instance ) {

  $fields['cellphone'] = [
    'order'       => 2,
    'label'       => __( 'Cellphone:', 'YOURTEXTDOMAIN' ),
    'type'        => 'text',
    'description' => __( 'A cellphone number that website vistors can call if they have questions.', 'YOURTEXTDOMAIN' ),

  return $fields;

}, 10, 2 );
How do I add additional fields to the Social Media Profiles widget?

The Social Media Profiles widget requires a different set of options but follows the same principle as above.

Here is an example:

add_filter( 'wpcw_widget_social_custom_fields', function ( $fields, $instance ) {

  $fields['scribd'] = [
    'icon'      => 'scribd', //See font-awesome icon slug
    'label'     => __( 'Scribd', 'YOURTEXTDOMAIN' ),
    'default'   => '',
    'select'    => 'username',
    'sanitizer' => 'esc_url_raw',
    'escaper'   => 'esc_url',
    'social'    => true,
    'target'    => '_blank',

  return $fields;

}, 10, 2 );


Too simple widget

There is no possibility to add many phones, e-mail addresses.
There is no possibility to choose iconic fonts to create an interesting appearance. In this form, the widget can be interesting only to very lazy people who are used to simple and banal design.

Simple, Specific and Handy

We all fiddle around with the contact info or clients sites. Here it is guided and directed. If you want to be really fancy you will need something else, however the basic in a heartbeat – here it is.

Well done people, just one more time saver. Thankyou.

Fast Friendly Finally Fax


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Proven developers that really pass-the-test!

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Your full stack skills are more Ninja than Jackie Chan.

This newest plugin, though? It takes things to the MAX.
My numbers ~ALAS~ can now include a FAX!

Thank you Frankie.
Thank you.

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Contributors & Developers

“Contact Widgets” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


“Contact Widgets” has been translated into 6 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

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1.4.1 – February 13, 2017

  • Tweak: Use FontAwesome 4.7.0
  • Fix: Compatibility issues when other plugins add widget form fields

Props @jonathanbardo, @fjarrett

1.4.0 – January 10, 2017

  • New: WordPress 4.7 compatibility
  • New: Defer map iframe loading by default
  • Tweak: Remove frameborder from map iframes
  • Tweak: Add filter to change zoom level of map
  • Tweak: Deprecate YouTube link while maintaining backward compatibility

Props @fjarrett, @jonathanbardo, @EvanHerman

1.3.3 – October 14, 2016

  • Tweak: Remove edit button during Customize preview
  • Fix: Minor bugs

Props @jonathanbardo

1.3.2 – August 16, 2016

  • New: WordPress 4.6 compatibility
  • New: Add RSS to social networks
  • Tweak: Plugin icon update
  • Tweak: Update translation
  • Fix: Edit button not working

Props @jonathanbardo, @fjarrett

1.3.1 – June 3, 2016

  • New: Language support for Marathi
  • New: Add 500px to social networks

Props @jonathanbardo, @fjarrett, @salvoventura

1.3.0 – May 19, 2016

  • New: Add front-end “Edit” link to quickly edit widgets in the Customizer
  • Fix: Use WP-CLI nightlies in tests

Props @jonathanbardo, @fjarrett

1.2.0 – April 12, 2016

  • New: WordPress 4.5 compatibility
  • Tweak: Improve widget names

Props @jonathanbardo, @fjarrett

1.1.0 – March 15, 2016

  • New: Support localization on Google Maps

Props @jonathanbardo, @fjarrett

1.0.4 – March 9, 2016

  • Tweak: Language updates

Props @jonathanbardo

1.0.2 – February 24, 2016

  • New: Language support for 27 locales

Props @jonathanbardo

1.0.1 – February 24, 2016

  • New: Added possibility to add custom fields to contact and social widget

Props @jonathanbardo

1.0.0 – February 23, 2016

  • Initial release

Props @jonathanbardo, @fjarrett