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I have a wordpress.com site and am trying to install constant contact forms (inline and/or pop up) onto my website. I have placed the universal code into the footer and the inline code into the page however the forms do not appear to be registering.

Constant Contact do have the following statement on their instructions:
Wordpress.com is not the same as WordPress.org. WordPress.com doesn’t support 3rd party Javascript or plugins of any kind. If you’re using WordPress.com, we recommend creating a Landing Page Sign-up Form. You can then copy the Landing Page’s URL and link it to a button or text link on your WordPress.com website.

However the help desk on wordpress.com have said this is incorrect and have pointed me here. Please can anyone advise?


Hello @user966886 ,


If you are using Wordpress.com, the instructions listed are going to be correct. Wordpress.org does give us the ability to use the Pop-Up or Inline Forms. But, we were able to locate a article on Wordpress.com that helps you create a button. This article will assist you with creating a Landing Page for that button. 



Hope this helps! 

Adelina R
Community & Social Media Support

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