Do you want to change the way Sitecore Forms generates ids or any attributes? Then follow through this short post.Continue reading “Sitecore Forms: How to change the id attribute”
I had some clients asking me how to send an e-mail based on a value selected in a field using the Sitecore Forms. Let us say, you have a field named “Topic” and if the visitor selects the option named “Gifts” he gets an email offering a free voucher for a Gift. If this same visitor selects the option “Books”, he gets a totally different email.
In this tutorial, I share how you can achieve this by using EXM, Forms, and Marketing Automation.Continue reading “Tutorial: Send email based on field value using EXM, Forms, and Marketing Automation”
Sitecore Forms comes with an out-of-the-box dropdown list field that allows you to choose between a static or a dynamic data source. In today’s blog post I am sharing a simple way to create a custom dropdown list that displays external data from systems such as Salesforce.Continue reading “Create a dropdown list with external data in Sitecore Forms”
The scope of this post is to walk you through a detailed process of how to create a custom Form element. You can achieve the same by following the Walkthrough: Creating a custom form element page. However, I want to share a step by step process with some extra explanations and tips.Continue reading “How to create a Fieldset HTML element in Forms”
Sitecore Forms enables you to easily create forms by dragging and dropping fields. It also supports Bootstrap. However, if you want to use Bootstrap framework, you must follow a set of steps to add the proper wrapper and classes around each field. Needless to say, this approach is not user friendly at all.
In this post, I share with you a custom processor that automatically wraps fields and adds the proper classes to each input and label.Continue reading “Automatically bootstrap fields in Sitecore 9 Forms”
In this post I share a quick tip on how to to check if the current page is Forms Designer.
Continue reading “How to check if page mode is Experience Forms”
When creating a custom submit action in Sitecore Forms, all you need to do is to inherit the SubmitActionBase base class and override the Execute method, right? Wrong!
In this article, I want to share some gotchas when creating a custom submit action in the Sitecore Experience Forms.
Continue reading “Why my custom submit action doesn’t work?”