Posts Tagged ‘WFFM’

Terms Agreement checkbox for Sitecore 8 WFFM

Recently I was working on a contact form using Sitecore’s Web Forms for Marketers (WFFM) module and came across an instance that didn’t quite work out-of-the-box as I would expect. Some background on the Sitecore instance before I get into the rest of the details. Sitecore version is 8 update 4 (rev. 150621) and the […]

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WFFM MVC: Implementation Tips

[su_note note_color=”#fafafa”]I like Web Forms For Marketers. I thinks it’s a great module and definitely the first option to consider when implementing marketing forms on Sitecore.[/su_note] This rather short post is a collection of gotchas that I and the teams I work with came across when implementing WFFM with Sitecore MVC. Controller Rendering for GET […]

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WFFM Hurt My Rendering Model

Rendering Model It’s very common to inherit your Sitecore MVC models from RenderingModel. The pipelines will call the Initialize() on it and you’ll get access to the rendering’s context item via Model.Item (read more about it here). It’s also not uncommon to reuse your rendering models as a submission container for a custom form in […]

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Dynamic Product Detail Pages. Part 3 – WFFM

[su_note note_color=”#fafafa”]In part 1 of this series we built a functional prototype of a dynamic product detail page. In part 2 we componentized it and learned to share product data with all components on the page. It’s now a fully functional solution but it’s not yet complete.[/su_note] Web Forms For Marketers It’s not uncommon to […]

Web Forms For Marketers, MVC, and the Sitecore Page Editor

It all starts with a series of problems – I want a Sitecore instance in MVC, I want to use Web Forms For Marketers (WFFM) with the MVC context, and I want my content authoring experience through the page editor to be straight forward. Well, thanks to this blog post from Chris van de Steeg, […]

Sitecore Web Forms For Marketers – Site Terms Agreement

I am currently working to take a client’s existing Sitecore instance and internationalize their commerce functions. The current Sitecore multi-site instance shares a common codebase and the Web Forms For Marketers (WFFM) module installation. To adhere to legal requirements, visitors to the site must agree to the client’s terms and privacy policy when downloading content through […]