To be honest, I’m pretty confused by your site. I suppose that yes, this is a static HTML website, but it’s drawing a lot of assets from a
wp-content directory - is this like a Shifter site or something? Netlify Community isn’t necessarily able to help with implementation-specific details… after all, Netlify is just a hosting platform, but I’m perplexed and curious to help you fix this.
The part that’s odd for me is that I see your rendered form, and it does indeed look like Netlify caught your form at build time and registered the form on the ‘back end’, but what’s confusing me is the form submit process. Do you have some sort of jQuery submit handler wired up to that form? If so, I think it looks wired up right, but I would be curious to see that code to confirm. I’m not going to parse minified jQuery to figure it out
Another oddity for Netlify norms is that when you purely use the
netlify attribute without anything else, the POST resolves to this sort of page for the user:
Yours does not. It renders a “Thank You” inline even though you didn’t tell Netlify to do that.
As an example, I just whipped up this very, very tiny single-file repository to prove out the easy-path use case of the
Netlify attribute and what using it looks like. Go ahead and fill out a random name to https://test-netlify-forms.netlify.app and see how it reacts vs. your form.