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How do I integrate Contact Form 7 with HubSpot?



How do I integrate Contact Form 7 with HubSpot?


I have been trying for about 3 days now but couldn't find any solution to this problem. I am not sure whether it's because of our hosting provider or anything else! We are running Wordpress 4.2.1, Joomla 1.5.23 + ccKits 2.3.9 + Google analytics installed. My client wants me to develop his online store where he will sell some products that need registration process (i.e. shipping address etc.) so i thought to use "Contact Us" page as an entry point. The client has already purchased the domain name from GoDaddy and also paid $10 per month to host the site. So far everything is fine with both CMSs except integrating CCKIT which requires special setup.

So here comes the question - how should I proceed if I want to create such kind of web application containing two different systems like WordPress+CCKit? Do you think there could be any problems concerning security issues when combining them together? Or maybe you know another way without having those integration difficulties between these software packages? I would really appreciate your help! Thanks in advance! :)

Hi, thanks for all answers. But still haven't found the answer yet...

We're currently developing a new e-commerce platform called "Innova Commerce". It uses ContactForm7 along with several other components like payment modules, product catalogues, order management system...etc. In addition, InnovaCommerce provides its customers with multiple ways to manage their orders by providing them various reports via emails. For example : Order summary report, shipment tracking information, invoice details, customer feedback, order history....etc.

What we'd like to achieve through this project is to allow users to send us inquiries via the same interface they used to buy goods/services. This means that once user clicks submit button after filling out inquiry form, the data must automatically transfer into our internal database. Of course it needs to look good too. At the moment we've tried many things including integrating Contactform7 with Hubspot and none worked well at all. Some even caused errors.

One thing that may work for you is to make your own custom field type based on Contact Form 7 plugin settings. You'll then be able to display fields of this type anywhere on your website. Here's some info regarding making custom field types.

Also please note that Contact Form 7 supports sending mails directly from within the control panel. If you choose to go with this option, simply remove the 'Send Mail' action from the Action menu item under Actions tab. Then click on Settings icon near Send mail textbox and select one of the available SMTP servers. That's it! Now you don't have to worry about installing additional plugins / services to get the job done. Just remember to set up SPF record before enabling SMTP service. And since every IP address sends messages over Internet differently, no matter what ISP you use, change the default sender ID value accordingly. Also enable SSL encryption for better protection against hackers.

If you chose to install CCKit, you can easily pull in existing content from your current websites to the new one. Simply log into cckkit admin area, select Content Management System Configuration and then click New Site Selection. Click Add Website and enter your URL. Select required language code and press OK. From now on you'll see the changes reflected immediately.

Finally, if you want to keep your old theme but update the scripts to latest version, you might consider moving your files into subfolder structure according to themes directory. E.g.: "/templates/"your_theme_directory/.htaccess file contains rewrite rules for your URLs and index.php represents main template file. All core script files (.js) goes inside /scripts/, third party scripts (.css) goes inside /includes/ while uploaded images (.png,.jpg,.gif) goes inside /media/. To avoid conflicts, rename them to follow naming convention (/template_dir/script.min.js). Images folder hierarchy depends on your server configuration, usually public root is accessible only by HTTP protocol.

Hello,

Thanks for your reply. I was thinking that we can just replace the original theme with the updated one. Is it possible to provide more detailed instructions regarding creating custom field types? Could you post sample codes somewhere? Please let me know if you got any ideas regarding the above questions. Thank you very much indeed!! :)

Yes, you can. However, first check if the error occurs only when submitting the form or sometimes later when viewing the submitted form on the website. By viewing, I mean clicking Submit again after checking the entered values. Maybe the problem lies elsewhere.

To overcome such issue, try logging each event fired on the page. Logging events includes mouse clicks, keystrokes and AJAX requests. After doing so, open Firebug console and search for related element IDs. Next time you encounter similar error message, take a closer look at logs and figure out which part of your page causes the error. Once you identify the source of the error, you can resolve it yourself or ask someone who knows more than you do.

Thank you very much! :)

You may face difficulty due to incorrect permissions. Make sure you give permission to write to specific folders.

For starters, you can always test the functionality of your newly created form by adding a simple PHP echo statement right below the closing php tag. Something like this :

echo "test";

or perhaps something like this

if(isset($_POST['submitted'])) {

print $_POST['email'];

The reason why I suggest testing with a quick alert box rather than outputting straight onto webpage is because it allows you to run the form locally without worrying about internet speed. Thus if your browser takes longer processing the request than expected, you won't notice it unless you check your localhost instead.

As mentioned previously, the easiest method for you would be to embed your form markup right into the sidebar widget area.

There is nothing wrong with getting rid of the original theme, however, it does require more technical skills and expertise to accomplish. A complete replacement of theme involves replacing CSS, JavaScript and possibly PHP files. On top of that, you will also have to modify header image, footer links, navigation menus, widgets, shortcodes and dozens of lines of code.

It sounds difficult but it isn't. What you basically have to do is read Themeforest documentation thoroughly and understand how theme works step by step. As long as you are familiar enough with basic coding languages like PHP, CSS, JS and MySQL, the task shouldn't pose any major challenge.

First off all, I would recommend you to back up all your files on your computer. It doesn't hurt to have backup copies of your website files as well. There is always possibility that there may be some fatal mistake during updating and you lose access to certain files.

Now in order to start editing theme, login to your FTP and locate the following directories :

* wp-content/themes/.htaccess

* wp-content/plugins/.htaccess

* wp-config.php

Once you are logged in, browse down until you reach wp-admin directory and delete the contents of whole directory. Next upload your backed up files back into wp-content/themes location.

After uploading the files, close the ftp window and reopen your website. Browse down to Appearance -> Customize and customize your theme. Find the section labeled Header Text and edit the title bar to reflect your brand name. Change background color and font size as well.

Next head over to Widgets -> Widget Areas and drag Contact Form 7 widget to Sidebar. Save changes and refresh the homepage.

That's pretty much it. Your website is ready to launch.

Regards,

This is resolved. Thanks everyone for your valuable comments and advices. Especially @Vikram Bhatia, thank you very much for your effort and patience.

I have been trying to get my website up and running for quite some time now but it is not working. The reason why this has happened is because of a problem that i had when integrating Contact Form 7 into WordPress. It was very annoying!

So what I did was download Contact Form 7, then upload all the files to /wp-content/plugins/. Then after doing all those steps, I tried installing plugins on my websites only to find out that there were no active plugins installed on them. So if you are facing problems like mine or want to make sure your site works properly, here's how you can solve it by setting Contact Forms 7 as a default contact form option in WordPress.

How do I send contact form 7 in WordPress?

The first thing we need to do is activate our new CF7 plugin. To do so go to Plugins " Add New Plugin. After adding your desired plugin name, scroll down until you see Activate Plugin button. Clicking on this will automatically enable your plugin. If something goes wrong during activation process, simply refresh your browser window.

Now that you've activated your plugin, let us head over to Settings -" Mailer (CF7). This page contains all the information regarding which eMail address should be used to receive emails from visitors who submit their info through your custom Contact Page. If you are going to create multiple Contact Pages later, please note that each one would require its own unique settings. For example, if you have two different mailing lists (e.g., memberships), you'll set separate mailers accordingly.

In addition, once you start sending mails to subscribers via Contact 7, they won't show up in Spam folders anymore since they're sent directly from your domain. In case you ever change any other details such as sender ID, you may need to also update these on the Mailer screen. Make sure to click Save Changes at the bottom right corner.

How do I use an API plug in Contact Form 7?

You can use any standard PHP code by creating a file called wpcf7_api.php under wp-content directory and placing the following lines inside it:

define('APIKEY', 'your key'); // Your API Key

define('SECRETKEY', 'your secret key'); //Your Secret Key

$mail = new PHPMailer();

try {

$mail->IsSMTP();

$mail->From="YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS";

$mail->AddAddress("YOUR NAME");

$mail->Subject="Message From YOUR SITE URL";

$mail->Body=file_get_contents(WPCF7_PLUGIN."wpcf7_email_script.html");

$mail->Send();

} catch (phpmailerException $exc) {

echo $exc;

exit;

//returns false;

After making changes above, save the file as index.php and place it within your theme folder. Now whenever someone submits a form using your Contact Page, his data will appear in the database table defined in wpcf7_form_data. You could easily access this table via phpMyAdmin. All the fields contained therein will serve as variables which you could use throughout your WP pages.

Once finished, don't forget to clear cache before anyone sees errors due to outdated cached content. When done, open http://yoursiteurl/wp-admin/post-new.php and fill in the necessary details. Don't forget to include your SiteURL field. Once everything looks good, hit Publish and your Contact Form 7 integration will be live.

This method allows users to choose either normal HTML version or script version (both versions work fine). However, if you wish to force people to select Script Version instead, just remove line #20 from the script provided above. That way you'd be forced to chose Script Version upon submission. Just remember to keep the same API KEY and SECRETKEY values in both cases.

To check whether things went well, visit your Integration Test Page. Here you can manually test the functionality of your newly integrated system. Simply type the required information and press Submit. If you encounter any issues, feel free to report them below.



How do I add a plugin to a contact form in WordPress?

There are many reasons behind why you might want to install another plugin onto your existing Contact 7 installation. Maybe you want to add extra features or functionalities. Or maybe you want to replace Contact 7 altogether. Whatever the reason, the best approach is to follow simple instructions and avoid unnecessary complications.

First off, log in to your WordPress Dashboard. Go ahead and look for Appearance-" Customize-" Theme Editor. Next, navigate to themes/" your current theme folder. Find.css file associated with Contact 7 and rename it to whatever you like. We suggest naming it differently than original css file, otherwise you wouldn't be able to recognize it later on. Inside this renamed file, paste the following piece of code:

@charset "utf8";

body{background:none!important;} /* Remove background image */

/* CSS Document */

Then delete everything else inside the document except for style tags. Next, copy stylesheet link located beneath header section and paste it inside body tags of your customized theme editor. Finally, close the file and save changes. Refresh your browser window. As soon as you see updated appearance, you know the whole thing worked perfectly.

What does contact form 7 plugin do?

Contact Form 7 gives you complete control over managing your visitor requests. With it, you can manage unlimited number of subscriber list, customize subscription types, track responses, send automated messages and much more. Also, if you run a membership site, you can take advantage of several cool features offered by Contact 7 such as auto renewals, recurring payments, newsletters etc.

Lastly, you must realize that if you intend to use Contact 7 for generating leads, you shouldn't expect high conversion rates unless you plan to spend lots of money on acquiring traffic. What happens most often is that visitors leave without taking action even though your offer seems great. They don't stick around long enough to read anything about your services or products. On top of that, they probably aren't interested anyway. Therefore, if you still want to use Contact 7 for lead generation purposes, consider implementing effective call to actions.

It sounds complicated, doesn't it? But if you think about it, it really isn't hard at all. Integrating Contact Form 7 with WordPress takes less than 15 minutes, yet it's worth every minute spent on it. And if you face any difficulties while doing it, chances are higher that you'll find help somewhere online rather than calling customer service hotline. Hope this article helped you understand better how to integrate Contact Form 7 with WordPress. Have a nice day!

I am trying to use ContactForm7 for WordPress integration (which is what it's designed for). It works fine when everything is on my site but if I want to send out a test mail from within Hubspot then there are problems. The problem may be that this plugin hasn't been updated since 2010 so maybe something changed!

Here is how far I got - I have installed the Wordpress plug-in as instructed by CF7 support team. The page looks like this after adding some content:

http://i61.tinypic.com/2zowx3w.jpg

If I try to submit any data the system says "Something went wrong" and gives me back to the hubspot homepage. If I refresh the page I get sent straight back again. On closer inspection of the source code I see that the error message isn't being generated from contactform_validation_errors() function which should be doing the job right?  When I look at the live website itself though, the validation errors aren't displayed either. Any ideas would be appreciated! Thanks

Hi, I'm using a free account. I'm able to integrate the collected forms with wordpress. I can capture "name, email and phone" details just not via the web interface. Can anyone help please? thanks

You don't need to register or pay anything to access your own self hosted contact form. You are given full control over all aspects including branding, design etc.

To create a new lead capture form, click 'Add New' on the left hand side under Leads. A new window will open up where you will be asked to give your contact form a name and description. Click continue once done. Now select whether you wish to show these fields on the front end only or also on the backend. Once selected, click save changes. This will take you back to the main screen and display your newly created form. To start collecting leads, simply fill out the form yourself and hit submit. Your form will now begin processing and sending emails automatically.

For further instructions about setting up automatic emailing, read our article here: http://www.thefreelibrary.com/how+to+create+a+customized+lead+capture%2Bform+using+contactform7...it's pretty easy and straightforward.

OnHubSpot provides two ways to integrate your custom HTML5 form directly into your blog post: 1) Embed 2) Widget 3) There are other methods such as connecting to Google Spreadsheet but they were more difficult to implement than those listed above.

In order to embed the form into your blog post, you must first log into your account and navigate to Settings > Integrations. From there, scroll down until you find the section labeled Blog Post Integration. Find the button marked Add Incoming Links. Hit the blue link icon next to it and choose Embed Code. Copy and paste the following line into the box provided and press enter.

This will embed your form onto whatever part of your blog you chose. Feel free to change the width and height however you desire.

[embed]https://yourdomain.hubspot.net/forms/blogpost[/embed]

Now we move onto creating widgets. After logging into your account, head to My Dashboard > Create Widgets > Customize Widget Area. Paste the same embedded html code into the widget area and customize them according to your needs. Make sure to check off the option to Show Link When Published. That way when someone clicks on the widget, they'll be directed to the exact place on your blog where the widget was added.

Once you've finished making adjustments, hit save changes and publish your widget.

Let us know if you run into trouble while integrating your Contact Form 7 into HubSpot. We're happy to assist whenever possible. :)

Thanks Peter. Yes I did install the plugins correctly. I think I might have missed a step somewhere because although the pages look good when viewed through the wp dashboard, the actual forms themselves don't work. They just say no records found. Also if i try to collect info from outside the hubspot platform it doesn't seem to process properly. I tried submitting personal information manually and got the same response. Is there anyway I could troubleshoot this issue myself without having to call their customer service department?

It sounds as if you haven't completed the installation procedure properly. What happens when you view the page source? Does it actually contain the proper coding? Have you checked to make sure that the javascript files referenced in the header tag are present and active?

Can you provide any additional information regarding the configuration of your lead capture form(s)? Are you calling the API key values from inside your hbs file rather than hardcoding them in the form code? Do you have multiple contact forms? How many different versions of the same form exist on the same domain?

All of these things will play a role in determining why your form fails to load. Could you try contacting the developer's technical support team to discuss the specifics behind your case? Their support desk can usually answer questions pertaining to issues related to lead capture forms.

Hello Julie,

There are many factors that cause this type of behaviour. First thing to try is to disable caching altogether. Go to Configuration > General settings > Output cache duration set to 0 seconds. Then enable output compression if necessary. Finally, clear browser cookies before testing. See if your forms behave differently. If yes, let me know and I will investigate further.

What seems to happen is that the script tries to validate the form. But the php file containing said script gets cached somehow along the way and therefore does not execute the validation. So even if the input fields are filled out correctly, the form still won't pass validation because the php has already been executed. Clearing the cache fixes this behavior. Hope this helps. Let me know how it goes.

Dear Piotr,

First of all thank you very much for helping me solve my dilemma. It appears that the server hosting the page wasn't configured to handle the traffic caused by hundreds of visitors hitting it every minute. As soon as I disabled images and scripts from loading I noticed the site slowed down considerably. However I still had the option of refreshing the page several times per day which allowed me to keep checking the status of the form submission.

So in summary the solution was to turn off image and scripting functionality for the entire page. I hope this information proves helpful to others who encounter similar dilemmas. Many thanks again.

Thank you, I figured it out! And I solved it by editing the.htaccess file in the root folder of my site. Here is how I edited it:

# BEGIN SEO CACHE FREE COMPRESSION # Compress Content Delivery Network (CDN) requests. Options FollowSymLinks Includes rewriteengine.php RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME}!-f RewriteRule ^(.*?)/?$ $1 [QSA,R=301,L] Order allow,deny Deny from all

Replaced the last line with this one:

Order deny,allow Symlinks indexignored

That worked great! Thank you very much for your time and assistance.

Andrea K.,

hi Andrea,

well.. I made a mistake by installing another version of cf7. I thought the previous one stopped working. I removed it but now it shows its old one. I guess I need to update it too?? Anyone knows how to remove the older version? thnks 4 ur help :-(

Well, you can download the latest version from GitHub. Just follow the steps outlined here: https://github.com/scottjehl/Contact-form-7-WordPress-Plugin/wiki/Update-Yourself-with-newer-versions

Please note that the instructions below refer to v2.0.8.4. Please visit the documentation linked above for detailed instructions specific to your current version.

From the plugin page, click "Settings", expand the "Integration" sections and switch the tab between "Embed" and "Widget". Both options should be available depending on your choice. Choose whichever suits best for your particular situation.

As stated previously, both options require the same amount of effort to achieve. Depending on your preference, the easiest method to accomplish this task is to utilize the Embed feature. With this approach, users will see the form in context with the rest of your content. Additionally, the user sees a preview of the form upon clicking it thus giving them an idea of what it contains. For reference purposes, below is a screenshot showing the difference between each method:

Using Embeddable Method Example:

After selecting the appropriate option, copy and paste the following lines into the editor field:

[embed]https://yourdomain.hubspot.com/cf7/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/example-of-an-html-email-widget.png[/embed]

Save the file and upload it to your website. Upon uploading, your site should automatically recognize and insert the correct links. Users will find the form on the bottom half of your webpage.


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