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Zen Cart, adding an email capture form to page

I am working on a client's website that wants an email capture form on the home page.  The website is a Zen Cart, www.winebarrelcrafting.com .  I added an ez-page email form, but it only shows a link on the home page (sign up for our newsletter) in the top right hand corner.  

He wants the form directly on the page, not a link.  Here is a sample of what he wants, http://bizstrategies.biz/ .  This page has an email form directly on the page.
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northernknight
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andrewbleakleyCommented:
The example you have sent has an Aweber form embedded either as a panel or directly into the template (it's almost impossible to tell which)

Form smarts seem to only give you IFRAME style code so you would either need to manipulate it to display it in a panel in the sidebar or find another solution that allows you greater control and gives you the actual form code to paste into your sidebar
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northernknightAuthor Commented:
I used fomsmarts code and embeded it into a sidebox
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