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HOW TO FIND EMBED CODE FOR A LANDING PAGE

KristineF37
Occasional Participant

HOW TO FIND EMBED CODE FOR A LANDING PAGE

HOW TO FIND THE EMBED CODE FOR LANDING PAGES SUCH AS THIS ?

https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/xbv1D1G/OH

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William_D
Moderator

Hello @KristineF37 ,

 

The landing page sign up forms only work as links, they can't be embedded into websites. If you're looking to embed a sign up form into your site, you'll need to use a pop-up form or inline form.


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William D
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KristineF37
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i switched to Inline ---- it does not embed -- only blank / nonexistent content.. we are on square space ... any other advice to resolve ?

Hello @KristineF37 , per the article I linked:

 

Squarespace

Adding Universal Code for the Inline and Pop-Up Sign-Up Forms:
  1. Copy the Universal Code for your sign-up form.
  2. In Squarespace, click Settings > Advanced > Code Injection.
  3. Paste the code into the footer section.
  4. Save your changes.
  5. Click Publish.
Adding Inline Code for the Inline Sign-Up Form:
  1. Copy the Inline Code for your sign-up form.
  2. In Squarespace, select the desired page where you want your sign-up form to display and click Edit.
  3. Click the Add Block button in the top right corner of the content editor.
  4. Scroll through the options and select Code.
  5. Paste the Inline Code into the block and click Apply.
  6. Drag the code block to the desired location on the page.
  7. Click Save.

For help adding the code to your Squarespace website, please contact your webmaster or view Squarespace's support.

 

My advice would be to reach out to Square to see if they have any further insight on how their system handles 3rd party code being added, if you need to do anything special, etc.


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KristineF37
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i did.   doesnt work .  blank content

Have you contacted Square yet, @KristineF37 ?


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William D
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