If you need to prevent email addresses or entire email domains from being sent on an Elementor Form, this plugin will do that.
Stop unwanted Elementor Forms spam and create an email or domain name block list for your forms.
This is for Elementor Pro users only. This will not work with the free version of Elementor as it doesn’t support forms.
- Ensure you are using Elementor Pro
- Download the plugin zip file & unzip it
- Copy the folder email-blacklist-for-elementor-forms into the directory /wp-content/plugins/
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Embed a new Elementor Form widget.
Add your comma separated email addresses or domain names into the Contents > Email Blacklist input area.
No more spam from those email addresses or domains.
Does the plugin do anything else?
Does the email blacklist support regex?
Nope. Enter a full email address like this “firstname.lastname@example.org” or a domain name like this “@yanex.com”.
Is it ethical to block entire domains from sending form emails?
Probably not but it’s your site, so your choice. Expect some unhappy support tickets.
Contributors & Developers
“Email Blacklist For Elementor Forms” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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Interested in development?
- Initial release.