Thanks. That is very useful.
However, I didn't explain myself enough. I want to create a form that handles the subscription to an email autoresponder . In those forms there is a an element that looks like:
<form action="http://someurl2.list-manage.com/subscribe/post" method="post">
When the user sumit the form that code handles the subscription.
How Can I include the form element in EA?
Thanks. I have it working now.
One problem working with most e-mail list providers is that the response, when someone subscribe to a list, is anew html page that replaces the one you have. In most cases that is not an issue, but if you want to keep the flow in your page it is.
The typical way to solve the problem is by not using the default forms, but by creating one that works through a PHP or other server side script that can receive a response that can handle anyway you want on the fron end.
Since I am trying to see what can I do without depending in particular sewrver side code, that was not an option for me.
The way I solved was dynamically creating an iframe inside EA so the response html page will be restricted to that area, which I can manipualte from EA.