Using Landing Pages on your own web site

If you already have a web site and would prefer to embed the Landing Page's form on your site (instead of using the version we host), you can do so. It requires a hosted web page, as well as some more advanced knowledge of HTML and hosting.

Your web developer (or whomever created your web site) will need to be involved in this process.

Please note: Using the "Get HTML Code" feature ONLY grabs the "FORM" portion of the Landing Page. The header, footer, and style elements are not included. The "Get HTML Code" function is meant to be placed on an existing web site that already has all of these elements. Captcha and Social Sharing options are also not available when you use this option. (If you want the entire page, consider using the much easier "Get Link" option and link to the Landing Page we host for you... it's much easier!)

Go to SETTINGS > LANDING PAGES

Go to SETTINGS > LANDING PAGES

Create the Landing Page to match your form needs.

Create the Landing Page to match your form needs.

If you have more fields than are available in the Forms tab, you might also consider reading this article about Adding Extra Fields to your Landing Pages

Complete the "Actions" and "Thank You" tabs so that system properly handles the submitted leads.

Complete the "Actions" and "Thank You" tabs so that system properly handles the submitted leads.

From the list of Landing Pages, click the "Links & HTML" dropdown next to the Landing Page of your choice then click "Get HTML Code".

From the list of Landing Pages, click the "Links & HTML" dropdown next to the Landing Page of your choice then click "Get HTML Code".

Copy the HTML listed in the box

Copy the HTML listed in the box

The warnings on the page read:

There is NO header, footer, formatting, or audio included in this HTML, only the contact fields that point back to your database. Please have your web designer add formatting and/or audio as needed.

Be sure to paste this HTML within the <BODY> tags of your web page. If you don't know what the previous sentence means, you probably shouldn't use this feature without the help of a web designer. :-)

Paste the HTML into your existing web page

Be sure to paste this HTML within the <BODY> tags of your web page. If you don't know what the previous sentence means, you probably shouldn't use this feature without the help of a web designer. :-)

Make sure your pasted HTML is not within another <FORM> </FORM> element.

Test your form

Make sure your form works and posts the data properly into the database. If it doesn't work, be sure you have copied the HTML properly.