Hello all, I've been working with PHP for a while but I will admit that I haven't done a lot with Classes and the like. I've got my API key, got the wrapper file, included it successfully and I've looked at the example files...but they tend to throw everything in there and its hard to sort out where to start.
What I'd like is very simple, stripped down PHP example of how to use a simple contact form (email field, button) to add a new person to a list using the wrapper class.
Our published sample forms are using an older class file to handle all the contact submission and other processing. However, I believe I can whip up a quick sample of how this would work with the wrapper library for you. I will post here when I've got that completed.
I think this is going to get you where you need to be. We're going to make some slight modifications to the way the library adds contact lists, but we will post when that happens as well as some new examples for adding contacts. I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Unfortunately a language capable of sending http requests such as PHP, C#, ColdFusion, Python, Java, Groovy, Ruby, VB..etc. An HTML form would have no mechanism to send that request to Constant Contact. With that being said you may have some use for the Constant Contact Signup Form Generator, which does not require any programming knowledge to implement.