2 forms on same Wordpress installation

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Hi, is there a way to have 2 forms on the same Wordpress installation? (e.g. one for customers, one for partners)
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Yes, it is possible to have 2 forms on the same wordpress installation. it's even possible, depending on which theme/plugins you use to have several forms on the same page or post.

If you tell me which version of wordpress you're working with, which theme is active, and which contact form plugin your'e using (if any) I can try to point you in the right direction.

-Craig
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It's WP 3.9.1 and I'm working on a custom theme based on underscores.me generated themes. Also, I'm using Emma's sign up form. Also I am using Contact Form 7, if that's helpful.
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Thanks. Sending a link to the site would be helpful too.

Are you trying to create 2 contact 7 forms - one for partners and one for customers?
Exactly what are you having trouble with?

Form placement, form creation, shortcodes for form?
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Meant to say the sign up form for the Emma Emarketing plugin. The plugin can only take one API key from one account. But the client wants to put 2 accounts on the site. Is there a way I can put 2 Emma Emarketing forms on the site, each with it's own api key? Sorry, can't provide the site address.

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yes, can still do, but not with the plugin because it can only take one key. You'll use the emma html form directly on the site through the text panel of the post/page or widget or through php templates. The form action line is specific to the account so that will control which list gets the subscriber. Should work fine.
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A. Ok, thank you very much. I'll try that. I thought Emma might have some implementation for multiple accounts.
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If they do, I'm not aware of it. But you should be able to play with theform html to get done what you need.