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  • Resolved dbengston

    (@dbengston)


    Hello, before I download and start digging in, I would like to know if this plugin supports two-page forms. We want to collect essential information on page 1, and then direct to a 2nd page for optional information. Does Salesforce respond with an ID or anything from the first form submit that we can use to update the same record with the second form?

    Thanks,
    Dale

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  • Plugin Author zaus

    (@zaus)

    I don’t know how Salesforce responds, but if it did you could capture the response and send it to another form, somewhat how my add-on “post-again” works, but you’d probably need a custom hook.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/forms-3rdparty-post-again/

    You may instead consider making your form appear to be a two-part form, essentially toggling visibility of each half, so the final “submit or ignore” buttons on the second part actually just submit the whole form.

    Did you find a solution to make this work? I’d like to do something similar.

    My client decided to live with a one-part form. We may revisit with a jQuery solution to make a 2-part form out of a single form, presenting it in two parts with a show/hide. Not a huge priority at this point.

    According to SalesForce’s own doc on this, the Web to Leads API is a one-shot deal, so there’s no way to do it with two actual submits.

    Plugin Author zaus

    (@zaus)

    Thanks for the update, sorry there wasn’t a better solution.

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