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WYSIWYG Web Builder Job - Add checkbox to newsletter opt-in box
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  • Posted: Wed, Feb 06, 2013
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I need to work with someone who owns a copy of and has experience with WYSIWYG Web Builder:
  [obscured]  /html/wysiwyg_web_builder.html

I have used the form builder that come with the software to integrate a newsletter subscription form for my email application (OemPro) on my site, now I just need someone to add a checkbox + text above the submit button that switches on/off the subscription to the newsletter. There's a checkbox in the form builder, I just don't know how to make it interact with the form/email application to switch on and off the subscription.

IMPORTANT: If you don't own WYSIWYG Web Builder, please don't place a bid, and also confirm that you do own a copy in your proposal. WBB uses a special file type and you won't be able to send it to me without a copy. Thanks!

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Desired Skills
HTML, PHP, wysiwyg web builder
Job ID: 37596061
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