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Contact Form (CMS Managed)

If your install is after July 2014, you can build contact forms directly from the CMS manager in your web-based admin area and include them on your CMS managed site pages.
 
Create and manage unlimited site contact forms from the web-based admin area with direct integration into MailChimp and ConstantContact email list APIs.  No programming Required!. Build completely custom forms with unlimited fields, HTML content and images and specify where the form will be sent.  Generated forms include advanced form field error checking, user opt-in email feature, and responsive Captcha validation.  Add any form to a site CMS page instantly.  The admin-managed contact forms display on all devices and are fully PCI compliant.  The new system also includes a contact submissions log which has an opt-in list export feature for simple use with other list mailing providers.

  • Fully Managed In Admin Area
  • Add To Any CMS Page Instantly
  • Includes Default Pre-Built Contact Form Ready-To-Go
  • Build Unlimited Contact Forms With Unlimited Sortable Fields.
  • Built-in Form Error Checking and Captcha Validation
  • Auto Notification Of Admin Upon Form Submission
  • Form submissions save/log submitted form field info, form URL and type and User IP address.
  • Include different subject lines on auto-notifications for efficient contact management.
  • Include Opt-In Selection For Email List Management
  • Integrates Directly Into MailChimp and ConstantContact Lists API
  • Includes Full Site Submissions Log With Opt-in List Export Feature

View Contact Form Demo at:  https://www.dreamweaver-shopping-cart.com/contact/

The contact form(s) field data will be sent to whomever you specify in the email recipient field and the data will also be archived (logged) in the web-based admin area.

 
To create/manage the dynamic Contact Form(s), go to CMS > Contact Forms Manager.

Once you have created a contact form, you can include it on any CMS managed website page by simply selecting the specific form when editing or adding a page in under CMS > Site Pages.

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