I am seeking development of 2 codes.
For clarity, I’ll explain how I see the function of the code.
I have 2 pages on my website. The first page is a ‘name capture’ page.
On that page is some copy and a simple optin form containing the field ‘First Name’ and ‘Email’. The idea of this page is that the prospect has to give their First Name and Email in order to get taken to the page that has my special report on it. This report is basically a sales letter selling my product.
What I am trying to achieve is to have that sales letter be personalized with the name of the prospect who has just completed the form.
For example let’s say the generic title of my report is:
“How Would You Like To Learn How To Trade Stocks Like A Pro??
Let’s say a person named ‘Glen’ completed the optin form on page one of my site. Then the customized version would be:
“Glen… How Would You Like To Learn How To Trade Stocks Like A Pro’
In other words the contents of the ‘First Name’ field from the form is inserted into the sales letter where ever I were to say <First Name> . So in effect I can customized the report with the prospects name right the way through the report, if I want to.
As the ‘First Name’ field would be a ‘required’ field, there would be no need for a default name. It would just be left generic
Also, the format (font size, style, color etc) should match the rest of the copy ……How Would You Like..
If the format of that changes so does the < First Name> content.
2. A snippet of code that I can add into my form code that forces the first letter of whatever word is typed in the ‘First Name’ field to always be Capitalized.
The reason for this code is so that the result looks like this:
“ Glen… How Would You Like To Learn How To Trade Stocks Like A Pro’
And not this:
“ glen… How Would You Like To Learn How To Trade Stocks Like A Pro’
I hope that those outlines are clear. If not I can clarify for you or I can create a couple of web pages so that you can view the end result of the function.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
a) For web sites or other server-side deliverables intended to only ever exist in one place in the Buyer's environment--Deliverables must be installed by the Seller in ready-to-run condition in the Buyer's environment.
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