Offering custom forms is generally a key element of having an effective web site. Creating them has not always been simple, but RSForm provides the features we believe are most important:
- Simple form creation tool (almost drag-and-drop)
- Easy e-mail response setup, with ability to send to user, administrator, or any required parties
- Insertion into online database for further tracking
- Ability to add attachments
RSForms has evolved over time to be our standard for custom forms on our client sites.
Please bookmark this page! We proudly offer you our Joomla MailChimp Module2:
For more information about the module, either view the video located in the sidebar or read through the FAQs below.
Mailchimp recently changed the way 3rd parties integrate with their service (their API). This required a rewrite of the internals of the module which is now available. If you are currently using a previous release of our module, please download the new version.
From the admin site, provide your MailChimp user name and password, and the mailing list id of the list you want the user to subscribe to. From the front side, the user types in his or her email address and clicks the submit button. The module does an AJAX call to the subscription program, so there is no page refresh. Please review the frequently asked questions and answers, as well as configuration tips about the MailChimp Module2, on the right.
If you would like to hire 3by400 to help you get your MailChimp campaigns going, please log a ticket.
- New Catalan translation and updated Spanish translation
- Better support for MailChimp fields of type "Radio" and "Dropdown"
- Added blank index.html files for best practices
- Better handling of extended characters
- Fixed a problem with excessive server logging in some recent builds
- Better Validation
- Better CSS support
- Form Submission with Enter key
- Prevented a possible collision with other extensions
- New Languages! Spanish and Italian transaltions by Carlotta D.
- "Success" message now translates successfully.
- Better handling of quote characters in language files.
- Dutch translation by Raoul Alderse Baas!
- The additional fields provided by MailChimp, 'First Name' and 'Last Name,' are now translated.
(as always, any translation errors are our own, and corrections are welcome!)
- Fixed an error in email validation
- Email validation is now optional
- Martin Erdmann - German translation
- Martin Joset - French translation
UPDATE 11/9/2011: Major release here:
- uses the new MailChimp 1.3 API
- Fixed a problem retrieving the API key in some installs.
- general cleanup
- supports hidden fields
- install and run both in Joomla 1.5 and 1.7
UPDATE: 9/15/2009: major release here. It does several things better than before:
- uses latest MailChimp API, version 1.2.3
- corrects support for module suffix for styling
- corrects the 'merge_vars' errors
- clears fields after submits
We discovered the insanely great e-mail subscription service, MailChimp. Located in Atlanta, they seem light-years ahead of the other e-mail marketing programs we've used. The only problem we noticed was that it is necessary to use MailChimp's "insert your HTML here" to allow sign-up from a Joomla site. To simplify the administrative process for adding a sign up form for your eBlasts, we created MailChimp Module2. This module allows you to display the sign-up form you create in your MailChimp.com account natively on your Joomla site.
The module is free, but registration for our mailing list is required to download the module. Please fill in your information in the 'Get MailChimp Module Updates' area in the sidebar. We won't SPAM you, but we do want you to know when we have new releases. After you subscribe, you will be redirected to a page that will allow you to download the module, so don't leave us too soon.
This module/component/plugin lets you specify a greeting based on the website from which the visitor arrived at your page. It uses the 'referrer' field in the http header. On the admin side, you set up default greeting (if desired) and a greeting for each url you're interested in. On the front side, the greeting can either be displayed in a module or in a content item by means of the plug-in. So, here's the component, the module and the plugin. All are Joomla 1.5 native.