Embed a Form into a Web Page

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Embed a Form into a Web Page

Boingnet allows you to embed a form into any web page, for example, a page on your website, so you can collect important data about your prospects and visitors. The data you collect – such as names and email address, etc, in lead generation campaigns of this type can then be used to create more personalized direct mail, email and pURL campaigns later.

Create a landing page template with Type = Form.

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  • Using either the Quick Web Form OR the Custom Web Form option, create your form.
  • For information about Quick Web Forms, visit our Quick Web Form page.
  • For information about Custom Web Forms, visit our Custom Web Form page.


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  • Once you have created your form, Save your template.
  • Create a microsite to host your form.
  • Add a page to the microsite and underneath Template Name, select your form template.


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Under Action, click the Embed button and a snippet of java script will appear:


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Copy this java script into your WordPress page as follows:

  • In a new tab, edit the WordPress page you’d like to add this form to.
  • Make sure you select the Text view in WordPress so you can access the HTML.

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  • Copy and paste the java script from the Boingnet Microsite page into your WordPress page.
  • Click Update to save your changes.

Your form will now be embedded into your WordPress Page:

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