However — right before I was about to throw in the towel for the night — I did find a solution on how one could achieve this — albeit not necessarily a clean solution since it involves some HTML manipulation (I would opine using the OnClientClick attribute of an ASP.NET Button to be cleaner, but couldn’t access the WFFM submit button due to its encapsulation and protection level in a WFFM WebControl) — via a custom Sitecore.Form.Core.Renderings.FormRender:
I didn’t wire up a Google Analytics event to the submit button in this FormRender — it would’ve required me to spin up an account for my local sandbox instance, and I feel this would’ve been overkill for this post.
I then had to hook this custom FormRender to the WFFM Form Rendering — /sitecore/layout/Renderings/Modules/Web Forms for Marketers/Form — in Sitecore:
I then saved, published, and navigated to a WFFM test form. I then clicked the submit button:
If you have any thoughts on this implementation, or know of a better way to do this, please drop a comment.
Until next time, have a Sitecorelicious day! 🙂
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