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Constant Contact Forms Generator – Create a Form for any Website or Blogger.com Blog

I am proud to announce the Constant Contact Form Generator

Constant Contact Form Generator

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Katz Web Design has been developing this project during the past few months, on weekends and late at night. The time has come to launch a new forms generator for Constant Contact users.

Why use the Constant Contact form generator?

I love Constant Contact, but I have to say, I’m not wild about their default form designs.  I set out to create a form generator that would provide users with more design options.

1-click Blogspot.com installation, or copy & paste HTML

After you have generated your dream form, you can copy and paste the HTML the form generates into any website, or you can install the form with one click on your Blogger Blogspot.com blog.

Configurable options

  • Basic design settings
    • Form padding
    • Width (in px or %)
  • Border style – the form uses Krazy Korners CSS-only borders, courtesy of CSSplay
  • Custom colors
    • Border color
    • Text color
    • Background color
  • Font Styles
    • Text Alignment
    • Font family
    • Font size
    • Font weight (bold or normal)
  • Form Inputs
    • Size of email text input — or remove the input altogether
    • Email input default values
    • Customize your Submit button text
  • And more!

Future updates

  • Improve rendering time in Internet Explorer – Firefox, Chrome, and Safari render ok. This will involve slimming down the bulky jQuery code used to generate the form.
  • Really neat image background options, including background gradients
  • More border options
  • Paragraph text field option, to add text under the form’s headline
  • Add email images options

Have an idea? Have any feedback?  Leave it below!

By Zack Katz

Zack Katz is the creator of GravityView and the President of Katz Web Services. He lives in Denver with his wife and cute beast of a cat.

4 replies on “Constant Contact Forms Generator – Create a Form for any Website or Blogger.com Blog”

Is there anyway to bypass Constant Contacts 2 step signup form.   Where customers can enter a name and email on one form and then hit submit?

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