May 23, 2017 11:05 AM
I am doing a cheap website for a volunteer nonprofit using Weebly.
We are using a Weebly form which is not working with "collected forms".
I am looking for a way to automate our volunteer process so the form data auto populates in Hubspot.
None of the standard app plugins appear to work with Hubspot. I need something next to free as this nonprofit a shoestring deal.
Anyone have suggestions. I can embed html. Here is the form.
May 23, 2017 12:33 PM - last edited on May 24, 2017 6:27 AM by roisinkirby
...it covers the following:
What kind of forms work with the Collected Forms tool?
Provided your form is a static HTML form, wrapped in a HTML <form> tag and not contained inside an <iframe>, HubSpot should be able to capture the submissions.
Some common reasons why the tool would not be able to capture submissions on forms:
Which form builders/plugins can I use?
While HubSpot can collect submissions on most forms, there are some which cannot be used due to the reasons above. Of those that HubSpot has tested, below are a list of those that are supported and those that are unsupported.
I can't see Weebly listed in either column, perhaps @Shay can point you in the right direction here.
Jun 15, 2017 9:40 PM
Can someone help?
I have checked that the Weebly forms are indeed enclosed in <form> tags. As such, HubSpot should be able to capture the form data, but on my site it does not collect!
Can one of the community experts assist?
Jun 26, 2017 9:36 AM
Jun 26, 2017 4:58 PM
@MayPascaud, thanks for looking into this. The following are the pages, I would like to collect form data from:
Jun 29, 2017 8:12 AM
Hi @RiteshSeth, after doing more digging, I have some more information for you on why some of your forms were not being scraped by the Collected Forms tool. I am going to send you a PM with some more details on the reason surrounding this issue. However, the core problem has to do with your "Submit" button on your forms: you actually have two separate "Submit" instances on your form, one of which is hidden by CSS, and the Collected Forms tool is binding itself to the wrong event, which prevents HubSpot from collecting the submission.