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posted by SalarO Team - 4/29/2009
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Q: Currently on our old non-DNN website a user could enter in their email address and then get taken to a sign-up page where they could self-select which topic(s) they would like to sign up for. Example URL: http://10.sulu.wmsco.com/www/docs/202
Does your product permit us to bring the user to the topic sign-up page or is it used just to add their email address behind-the-scenes to our Constant Contact account?
A: Hi Ken,
Thanks for your questions.
Yes. It is used just to add their email address behind-the-scenes to your Constant Contact account.
Q: If I have two newsletter lists in Constand Contact, can the site visitor select the list to join? If not, how does the site administrator know which list the visitor wants to join?
A: Yes, the module has the option to set the contact list to which you want the visitors to join.
Q: I have a client with 2 newsletter options on Constant Contact.... using Constant Contact's code it directs you to one of their forms where you can select which item you want to opt-in to... the issue is the code i received from Constant Contact to add onto one of my pages... doesn't work inside DNN.. but does work in standard html environments.. so how does your module handle the form?
DNN like any other ASP.net application runs within a form. In a traditional HTML page you can add the form that is supplied by Constant Contact with no issue. However, in DNN or any other ASP.net application, adding the form will mean you have a form within a from which will either make the page give error or the form you added will just not work. Any such form will need to be added to the ASP.net application as a web control and in DNN would mean it needs to be a module that has this functionality added which is what our module does. Many thanks >> Salar
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