Tag: wffm

Forms in Sitecore 9 (WFFM)

Raise your hand if you’ve used Sitecore’s WFFM tool. Now keep your hand up if you loved it.  I’m not saying anything. Good news if you weren’t a fan.  In the latest version of Sitecore, the WFFM tool (I think it’s called just Forms) has undergone a massive overhaul.  There’s actually a component on the…


Sitecore Web Forms For Marketers – Debugging Email Sending

If you’re developing an email send action, or using the default send-email action in WFFM, you probably want to test it out before you send it to the world.  If you’re working locally, then a great idea is to use SMTP4Dev to test things out.  This allows you to see the email in context by…


Web Forms for Marketers 8.1 with more Custom Fields

In a previous post, I talked about how to create custom hidden fields in WFFM.  While this is a great way to get custom data to your Save Action, it really doesn’t allow for much more flexibility from a Content Editor point of view.  In this post, I’d like to show how to pass custom…


Web Forms for Markters (WFFM) 8.1 and Hidden Fields

Passing data through WFFM can be tricky.  For the example, I had a medical clinic that wanted to be able to put a form on any given page on one of their N number of hospital sites.  Each site had an special identifier on the site node itself.  How do I get that identifier to…