Ajax Form Pro, a professional PHP script for creating Ajaxed forms easily, is giving away 5 Extended Licenses ($47/each) to WRD readers.
There is also a special discount offered where all the details can be found at the end of this post.
What is Ajax Form Pro?
It is an advanced yet easy-to-use PHP script for quickly building Ajaxed and real-time validated forms of any type (like contact forms, employment forms, etc.).
Using Ajax Form Pro, it is possible to use every input type within the forms (textboxes, textareas, single/multiple selects, checkboxes, radios) and style them completely with CSS. Also, file upload feature is on the way.
The script can be used to create multiple forms on the same page or different pages
Every field is validated as-the-user-types where notifications are shown/hidden instantly. Like many other features, this is also optional.
For a minimized number of spam messages and a secure form, there is a flexible and built-in CAPTCHA.
Once a form is submitted, e-mails can be sent either with the
mail() function or through SMTP. They can also be sent to the appropriate contacts depending on the category selected (or to multiple recipients without disclosing all the addresses to each one) and a copy can be e-mailed to the end-user.
It has ready-to-go creative uses like Lightbox integration and forms inside sliding interfaces (from top or left-side).
It is well-documented, comes with all the source code and has a full list of demos.
Simply, a handy resource that simplifies a time-consuming process and makes creating an unlimited number of forms for yourself and your customers a breeze.
The special discount
Update: The discount code is expired.
Ajax Form Pro is offering a 30% discount to WRD readers when the discount code "wrd" is used.
The code is valid by now and will be active only for few weeks.
How to win the licenses?
In order to win one of the 5 Extended licenses given away, simply comment to this post and winners will be selected randomly with the query below on 18 April 2011 (1 week later):
SELECT * FROM wp_comments WHERE comment_post_id=2188 AND comment_approved=1 AND comment_type='' GROUP BY comment_author_email ORDER BY RAND() LIMIT 5
Good luck to all.