Posts Tagged ‘Optimizely Forms’

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Episerver Forms – Working with Samples Resources

Episerver Forms Samples is an open source extension pack that adds features to Optimizely Forms. The extension adds extra fields like ReCaptcha, DateTime, and Addressblock. It also adds extra client resources like Forms specific jQuery and CSS packages for the control of those new fields. Adding these extra resources can come at the cost of […]

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Optimizely Forms – Creating Gated Content

Gated content is a powerful marketing tool for lead generation. In return for providing contact data, a customer receives access to content like an article or whitepaper. Optimizely Forms is a package available for Optimizely CMS that provides rich features for creating forms and collecting data. It does not offer a gated content feature, but […]

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Optimizely Forms – Hide Extra Info on Redirect

Optimizely Forms provides an option to redirect to a specified page after a successful submit. The extra info is provided so a page can tailor messaging or behaviours according to the submitted form or data. This is a nice feature that allows a personal experience. It can also allow a developer to use one page […]

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Optimizely Forms – Hide FormContainerBlock

Optimizely Forms includes a FormContainerBlock out of the box. This is the basic block for forms you create, and often this is enough. Sometimes, however, you need more control. You can add new properties or behaviours to Optimizely Forms easily by creating new Form blocks inheriting from the FormContainerBlock. Creating a new block does not […]

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Optimizely Form Events – Implement an Interface Pattern

Optimizely CMS provides customization of content using events. A standard collection of events exists for most content types. However, additional events are available to further customize Optimizely Forms. To subscribe to Form events you use an Initialization module to attach an event handler. The logic for the event is typically defined in the same class. […]