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  1. Hi all,   I'm trying to create a Contact Me form whose styling is exactly the same as the default "Leave a Reply" form in the Pagelines framework. I can really tell where to start.  I experimented with cforms, but I couldn't get the styles to match.   Is there a reasonably simply way of doing this?   Thanks, Trevor
  2. Hi, I'm looking for advice on a good template based approach in PageLines to allow my users to add a custom form to landing pages with various layouts. At present I need a 2-column landing page format where the content is on the left and the form is on the right with some other content. Normal form tools like gravity forms don't cut it, my form code is too complex and I don't want to expose users to the code (or have them break the code and damage important tracking info). Ideally, I'd like my site users to be able to add their content on a normal WordPress page and then be able to insert the templated form where the user or landing page designer would like the form in their page content (regardless of layout). How would you recommend I set this up? I'm looking for the right way to do it since this will get used repeatedly (just hacking code together manually won't work). I've attached a pdf which walks thru what I'm looking for and what I've done so far (I'll emphasize the current approach doesn't meet my needs and doesn't make sense at all). :-) Thanks! pagelines-landing-page-question-template.pdf
  3. Hi, I'm using PageLines 2.4 to develop a site located presently at: http://s4977.sites.pressdns.com/ I'm working with my developer to integrate a web form that uses a php include and jQuery validate. What I'm trying to do: - I want to be able to use the form throughout the site on different pages, on a sidebar, landing pages, and occasionally on a blog post. - I want to use a template bases approach vs. manually adding the custom form code each time - Since the form uses php (and other code) it can't be simply cut/pasted in an html area and work I've tested adding the form to the home page of the site above using a PageLines content section. That gets the job done but it seems like it could be setup with a template or include to be added quickly elsewhere. Perhaps a custom PageLines section? My last point is the crux of my question. What's the best way to integrate this form with PageLines? My developer is familiar with WordPress but not PageLines. I would appreciate any ideas or feedback. Thanks very much. ~ julian form.php