Where to paste the webform (opt-in) code?

by taskemann 3 replies
Here is the code on the squeeze page where I want to put the webform code, but how do I do it? It's a pre-designed webform, so I only want the functions.

<div class="sidebar">
<div class="red_arrow">
<img src="images/red_arrow.png" alt="arrow" />
<p class="arrow_text">Grab Your FREE Copy Now!</p>
</div><!--end red_arrow-->

<div class="email_widget">
<h3>Are you ready to get started!
Then Just Sign Up!</h3>
<img src="images/trans_image.png" alt="trans_image" />
<div class="email_form">
<form action="#">
<input type="text" class="name" value="Enter your name..." />
<input type="text" class="email" value="Enter your email..." />
<span>* We will not spam or share your information</span>
</div><!--end email_form-->
<input type="submit" class="submit_button" value="" />
</form>
</div><!--end email_widget-->

</div><!--end sidebar-->

<div class="full_width"><!--end c_image-->
<!--end signup_widget-->

I use Aweber by the way!
#website design #code #optin #paste #webform
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  • Profile picture of the author Scott Henderson
    If I assume you mean the code that you get from your auto-responder service after you built the web form there. Looking at the code I would paste it in from the <form action="#"> to the </form>.
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  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    Are you really asking this question or just want to entertain us...?

    1. Read again your own title: Where to paste the webform (opt-in) code?

    2. Read the code you posted:
    <form action="#">
    <input type="text" class="name" value="Enter your name..." />
    <input type="text" class="email" value="Enter your email..." />
    <span>* We will not spam or share your information</span>
    </div><!--end email_form-->
    <input type="submit" class="submit_button" value="" />
    </form>

    3. The answer is there for you: - I'd try to copy/paste the aweber FORM code to replace the "place-holder" code in your page...
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    • Profile picture of the author taskemann
      Originally Posted by Istvan Horvath View Post

      Are you really asking this question or just want to entertain us...?

      1. Read again your own title: Where to paste the webform (opt-in) code?

      2. Read the code you posted:
      <form action="#">
      <input type="text" class="name" value="Enter your name..." />
      <input type="text" class="email" value="Enter your email..." />
      <span>* We will not spam or share your information</span>
      </div><!--end email_form-->
      <input type="submit" class="submit_button" value="" />
      </form>

      3. The answer is there for you: - I'd try to copy/paste the aweber FORM code to replace the "place-holder" code in your page...


      I'm serious. I'm not so good with codes so it's therefore I'm asking.

      Thank you for the reply. I'll try it out!
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