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Is It Possible to Have One Form Embedded on Many Pages and Depending on the Page from Which a Submission Came, Have the Relevant Party Notified?Asked by zauti on August 13, 2015 at 12:57 PM
A question. I have setup a website(run on wordpress.org). Each post contain different seller. Now, if buyer interested to ask question to buyer, how do i set individual seller e-mail address?. How do i specify if "buyer filled form from Page A, it should be directed to Seller B". ?
If I've understood you correctly, our Get Referrer widget can be used for this. That widget captures the URL of the page where the form is embedded. This means that one form can be embedded in several pages and depending on the page from which a submission was sent, a notification would go to the relevant party. For example, let's say the form is embedded in a page whose URL is http://wherever.com/luxurious. The widget would capture that URL. So a Send an e-mail after submission condition
similar to the following could be created:
The same form could be embedded in another page whose URL is http://wherever.com/elegant. So, you could have another condition in the form configured as follows:
(In the above form, widget field(id3) is how the Conditions Wizard identifies the Get Referrer widget but its identity may be slightly different in your form.)
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Thank you.. The solution work.. but will be a bit insane if i have 100 listing..
Unfortunately, unless there are instances where the same seller should be notified of submissions from multiple web pages, that's the best method I can currently think of. In a case where a seller is to be alerted of submissions made from more than one page, you can separate the entries with commas, eliminating the need to create a separate condition for each page. So, let's say Seller B was to be notified of submissions from both URLs noted in my previous reply, the condition would be as follows:
Other than that, there are no shortcuts I can devise.