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Inserting Generic fom code in a general control

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  1. Ric
    Ric avatar
    7 posts
    15 Nov 2008
    21 Nov 2008
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    We are using "activeconversions" as our web marketing engine.  On our old site we used their html code generation for creating our forms and they automatically interfaced to the ActiveConversion Database and Salesforce.  I've tried imbeding the form code in the "generic" control and it works to a point.  It shows me the form in the design mode.  it shows me the form in the preview mode, but I get an "error" in the lower left of the screen. 

    Is there a different control I should use for inserting form code into our web site?


  2. Georgi
    Georgi avatar
    3583 posts
    28 Oct 2016
    24 Nov 2008
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    Hi Ric,

    Can you send us the code you paste in the Generic Content Control? We would like to see the error you get.
    We suggest you also to take a look at the KB article More than one FORM tag causes Sitefinity to crash, as it contains some valuable information that could help you.

    All the best,
    the Telerik team

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