Forms integration with 3rd party websites
This module will integrate Odoo forms with any 3rd party website, this includes websites such as wix, Joomla! Wordpress, DotNetNuke, static html, custom sites etc.
- Allows Odoo webforms such as contact us etc and any Odoo website page to be integrated onto any 3rd Party Website
- Super easy to configure
- Ability to add additional CSS Link files into the Odoo form.
- Ability to substitute CSS classes in the Odoo form for your own classes.
- Tested with Odoo 8,9,10,11,12,13 Enterprise AND Community
How does it work??
An iframe needs to be placed upon the website page that you wish the form/page from Odoo to appear.
The module will then display the content of the form/page within the iframe.
<iframe src="http://YourOdooURLHere.com/contactus?iframe=1" width="100%" height="600px" border="0" style="border:none;padding-top:20px"> </iframe>
If for any reason you want to turn the module off then you change the url to iframe=0.
The module will not interfere with any /web pages which are the Odoo backend administration section.
If necessary advanced options are available to perform aditional configuation of the form displayed inside the Iframe.
Simply goto the settings section of Odoo, then the PR1 Menu and then the Iframe Settings menu item.
- Additional CSS Files to Load. - This allows you to add additional CSS files into the form, you may want to do this in order to change the Odoo styles/colours to closer fit in with your own website.
- Substitute CSS Class Names. - This allows you to change the default classes that are rendered into the form and substitute them with your own class names.
When the form is submitted you see the standard Odoo Thanks screen here.
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