Do you offer a plain HTML form code?

We no longer offer HTML editor, however, we have prepared some sample HTML codes in case you need a form in this format.

Please note that the following article provides only code samples. We don’t offer further assistance with HTML. Make sure you’re comfortable with coding or that you have a developer to consult with.

MAX account holders need to replace with a sending domain.

HTML form with email and name fields

<form action="" accept-charset="utf-8" method="post">
email: <input type="text" name="email"/><br/>
name: <input type="text" name="name"/><br/>
<input type="hidden" name="campaign_token" value="xxx" />
<input type="hidden" name="thankyou_url" value=""/>
<input type="hidden" name="start_day" value="0" />
<input type="submit" value="Subscribe"/>

Replace the “xxx” in the campaign_token line with the token from list settings

Adding custom fields

Text custom field

Label: <input name="custom_customfieldname" type="text" value="" /><br/>

City: <input name="custom_city" type="text" value="" /><br/>

Multiple answer field

Label: <input id="webform_customfieldname_0" type="checkbox" name="custom_customfieldname[]" value="valueA" /> <label for="webform_customfieldname_0">valueA</label> <input id="webform_customfieldname_1" type="checkbox" name="custom_customfieldname []" value="valueB" /> <label for="webform_customfieldname_1">valueB</label> <br/>

Platform:<input id="webform_platform_0" type="checkbox" name="custom_platform[]" value="Amazon" /> <label for="webform_platform_0">Amazon</label> <input id="webform_platform_1" type="checkbox" name="custom_platform[]" value="Google" /> <label for="webform_platform_1">Google</label> <br/

ValueA and valueB must match the values of custom fields created under Contacts > Custom fields.

Single answer field

Label: <select name="custom_customfieldname"><option value="valueA">ValueA</option> <option value="ValueB">ValueB</option> </select><br/>

Gender: <select name="custom_gender"><option value="Female">Female</option> <option value="Male">Male</option> </select><br/>

GDPR/consent field

<input id="webform_consent#BOa_0" type="checkbox" name="webform[consent#BOa-ver#3QQ]" value="true"/> <label for="webform_consent#BOa_0">test GDPR field </label> <br/>

BOa_0 and 3QQ are dynamic and taken from the URL of the consent field and you must replace it with your own values.

Data forward

<input type="hidden" name="forward_data" value="post" />