Create And Customize Web Signup Forms: Embed a Signup Form On a Website (VIDEO)

Last Updated: Aug 17 2020 01:49 pm UTC

Select the Web Signup Forms Option from the Lists Menu. This will open the Web Signup Forms Editor Window.

Select the Create HTML Embed Form option from the Resource Drop-down menu. This will open the HTML embed form for you to edit.

Once you have edited the form to your liking (for more information about editing web signup forms, see How to Setup and Customize a Web Signup Form), you need to copy and paste the HTML code into your website. This code is displayed above the form on the right-hand side of the Web Signup Forms Editor Window.

Click inside the area Copy/Paste code to your site, and press Ctrl+A to select all the code, then Ctrl+C to copy it to the clipboard.

Then, paste the code into your website or wherever else you want the signup form to appear.

You can learn more about embedding a sign-up form in your Facebook page in Add Mailigen Sign-up Form to Your Company’s Facebook Page

There are several types of embed forms:

  • Lightbox— Lightboxes open in a separate window, darkening the landing page. Since lightboxes simplify your landing page, they’re often effective if you have a copy-rich landing page. 
  • Exit Intent Lightbox — It analyzes website visitors' behavior to serve the lead gen form when a visitor seems likely to close the page. This creates a sense of urgency that can tempt a user to convert, rather than leave. 
  • Pop Up — A window that suddenly appears (pops up) when you select an option with a mouse or press a special function key. Usually, the pop-up window contains a menu of commands and stays on the screen only until you select one of the commands. It then disappears
Note: Remember to click the Save Changes button after making any changes to your web form BEFORE copying the code. 

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