I need to make a dataLayer.push({my_arguments_here}) whenever a form successfully goes to the next page/gets submitted. I know that some validation is happening on back-end, so I'm trying to find a JS code, which is checking if BE passed, before going to the next page. That's where I wanted to write my own code for dataLayer.push(). But I can't find any JS code which is doing that.

Any ideas where and/or how JS knows that BE passed validation successfully before going to the next form page? Or any other ideas on how to approach this?

I'm working on Sitecore 10.1.2


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you can extend Sitecore Forms module to execute custom JavaScript code when the form, created in Sitecore is submitted by the users. This can work with multi-page forms with next buttons as well.

You need to write your dataLayer.push({my_arguments_here}) under custom js to submit it before going to next page or form submission.

Extend a view model class representing submit button in Sitecore Forms.

using Sitecore;
using Sitecore.Data.Items;
using Sitecore.Diagnostics;
using Sitecore.ExperienceForms.Mvc.Models.Fields;
namespace Sc.FormsCustomScripts.Models
    public class CustomScriptButtonViewModel : ButtonViewModel
        public string FormSubmitScript { get; set; }
        protected override void InitItemProperties(Item item)
            Assert.ArgumentNotNull(item, nameof(item));
            FormSubmitScript = StringUtil.GetString((object)item.Fields["Form Submit Script"]);
        protected override void UpdateItemFields(Item item)
            Assert.ArgumentNotNull(item, nameof(item));
            item.Fields["Form Submit Script"]?.SetValue(FormSubmitScript, false);

Modify the view file responsible for rendering the button in Sitecore Forms \Views\FormBuilder\FieldTemplates\Button.cshtml

@using Sitecore.ExperienceForms.Mvc.Constants
@model Sc.FormsCustomScripts.Models.CustomScriptButtonViewModel
    var cssClass = Model.CssClass;
    if (Model.NavigationStep < 0)
        var classes = Model.CssClass.Split(' ');
        if (!classes.Contains("cancel", StringComparer.OrdinalIgnoreCase))
            if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(Model.CssClass))
                cssClass += " ";
            cssClass += "cancel";
<input value="@Html.DisplayTextFor(t => Model.Title)" type="submit" class="@cssClass" name="@Html.Name(Model.ItemId)" data-sc-field-key="@Model.ConditionSettings.FieldKey" />
@Html.Hidden(AttributeNames.NavigationButtons, Model.ItemId)
@Html.Hidden(Model.ItemId, Model.NavigationStep)
<script type="text/javascript">
    (function ($) {
        var $inputEl = $("input[name='@Html.Name(Model.ItemId)']");
        var $formEl = $inputEl.closest('form');
        if ($inputEl.length == 0 || $formEl.length == 0) {
        $inputEl.click(function () {
            $("input[type=submit]", $formEl).removeAttr("clicked");
            $(this).attr("clicked", "true");
        @if (Sitecore.Context.Site.Name != "shell")
            if (!string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(Model.FormSubmitScript)) 
                    $formEl.on("submit", function () {

                        'color': 'red',
                        'conversionValue': 50,
                        'event': 'customize'

                        if ($inputEl.attr('clicked')) {

Reference: Call Custom JavaScript on Sitecore Forms Submit

Hope it helps!

  • Thanks for the tips, unfortunately it doesn't work as intended. I commented out the Model.FormSubmitScript for now, and added a console.log() after both ($formEl.on("submit", function () { and if ($inputEl.attr('clicked')) {, and I can see console log only fires after the first code, even if the validation of required field failed, but it never reached the second code block at all
    – Linas
    Commented Jan 5 at 12:15
  • My bad on the last comment. I realized we already had a custom Button.cshtml so I had to change input to button in the script. I see my JS is being called now, but it fires up even if the form failed from back-end side, e.g. a field was required, I see the error messages on the form, but the JS still fires
    – Linas
    Commented Jan 8 at 10:51
  • You can ask another question with necessary details and mark this answer accepted as it resolved your initial query. Commented Jan 8 at 11:25
  • Unfortunately it didn't resolve my initial query, as I need the JS to be called when form page moves successfully to the next page, while currently it is not. If backend validation fails (e.g., when a field is mandatory), it does not move to the next page and the JS is getting called, but it shouldn't.
    – Linas
    Commented Jan 10 at 8:42

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