WordPress-to-Lead for Salesforce CRM creates a solid integration between your WordPress install(s) and your Salesforce.com account!
To turn on in browser debugging, add a hidden field (enabled) named
debug and set the value to
To turn on debugging via email, add a hidden field (enabled) named
debugEmail and set the value to
firstname.lastname@example.org (your email address).
Also check for debug logs at SalesForce to see if a validation rule is the culprit:
Administration Setup | Monitoring | Debug Logs.
SalesForce is inconsistent in naming built in fields, and even misreports the names of some fields (like
MobilePhone, which is actually
mobile) in the customize fields screen. Generating a Web to Lead form gets you the real names, but the list below should help as well.
Built in fields
First Name first_name Last Name last_name Title title Website URL Phone phone Mobile mobile Fax fax Email email Address street City city State/Prov. state Zip zip Country country Description description Industry industry Rating rating Annual Rev. revenue Employees employees
Lead Source lead_source Email Opt Out emailOptOut Fax Opt Out faxOptOut Do Not Call doNotCall Lead Record Type recordType Campaign Campaign_ID Campaign Member Status member_status
Name may vary (these are lookup fields), generate a Web-to-Lead form with these fields included for the actual value
SIC Code Product Interest Primary Current Generator(s) Number of Locations
Choose Web to Case in the Form Settings (bottom of the form editor page).
To find your Organization ID, do the following steps:
Like any other field. Note that it is a single checkbox, not a checkbox list (yet).
Checkbox lists and radio buttons will be in a future update.
Hint: Use the form importer!
Use it like any other field -- however you'll need to specify the options (and optional values) for each field using the options box (far right). You'll also need to use the "internal name" from Salesforce as your field name (see next FAQ).
The value box for a select list is the default value (the one selected on a fresh form).
/* Preferred format: */ // Use same data for display and value passed to SF one two three // Use different data for display and value passed to SF, require user to select something (assuming field is required) Select One| name1|value1 name2|value2 // Use different data for display and value passed to SF name1|value1 name2|value2 /* Legacy Format (does not allow the use of colons in names or values): */ //Use same data for display and value passed to SF one|two|three //Use different data for display and value passed to SF, require user to select something (assuming field is required) Select One: | name1:value1 | name2:value2 //Use different data for display and value passed to SF name1:value1 | name2:value2
Note: Leading & trailing whitespace is trimmed when names and values are displayed, so feel free to use spaces to make things more readable.
Choose it from the dropdown, that's all you have to do.
Default date format - Year, Month, Day
dateFormat : 'yy-mm-dd',
Month, Day, Year
dateFormat : 'mm-dd-yy',
Day, Month, Year
dateFormat : 'dd-mm-yy',
Day, Month, Year + Show the button panel
dateFormat : 'dd-mm-yy', showButtonPanel: true,
More information about the datepicker options can be found here:
Requires: 3.5.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.0.5
Last Updated: 2015-4-20
Active Installs: 7,000+
19 of 28 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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