In my previous post, I talked about how and why we wanted to try using Multistep forms in Webforms for Marketers (WFFM). This post is about creating the hidden field that we used to accomplish the multistep form in WFFM.

Here at Delphic Sage, we're constantly evolving our marketing tactics from learnings gained through A/B and multivariate tests to improve lead quantity and quality. Sitecore's Webforms for Marketers (WFFM) module usually provides enough of an agile environment for our marketers to run their various tests but it does have its limitations when complexities are added. When our marketing team recently asked if we could do a new type of A/B test involving multi-step WFFM forms on landing pages, I gave them my usual annoying response of, "With enough budget, we can do anything. " After a strategy session, we all agreed not to make a large investment at this stage of testing, and instead, focused on a solution that allowed us to launch quickly.

Sunrise Senior Living's Independent Full Service (IFS) community websites recently received a new look and feel with the launch of an elevated, clean design that sets them apart.

Almost half a billion people (483 million) are active daily Facebook users, according to the company - and three-quarters of them think websites should offer the option to log in by way of a social media account.

A recent survey by Janrain reveals that when the option is available, 41 percent of active social media users log into a website via social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn), instead of either creating an account (35 percent) or logging in as a guest (24 percent).

I've been working on Sitecore webforms so much, it's becoming content for my dreams and out-of-work references. Not that it's a bad thing, I think they're a powerful tool that can solve a lot of problems right out of the box. One problem we had here at work was not solved by just Webforms For Marketers, but with some Sitecore API code and a little research we were off to the races!

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