Can I install my web form on a WordPress page?

GetResponse web forms require a special plugin for WordPress pages. Search for GetResponse Integration v 3.0 by GetResponse in the WordPress Plugins section.

To activate the plugin, go to your WP panel>>Plugins>>Add New. Search for GetResponse Integration v 3.0 and activate the plugin. On the next page, provide the API key from your GetResponse account. You can find it at My account>>Account details>>GetResponse API.

This integration does not use double opt-in API settings, the API key is used just to access the web forms from the account.

Once installed, the plugin activates a drop-down menu inside the WP blog editor. It includes a list of all your GetResponse web forms.

The GetResponse plugin enables you to add a web form to your blog using a widget. In the Widgets tab, you can drag and drop the web form widget into the sidebar, sidebar next to the text, and footer area.

Each web form can be displayed in the original GetResponse layout or the WordPress style. You can define the format by adding some small modifications in the web form HTML code string: “on” or “off”.

Double opt-in subscription for WordPress web forms can be disabled in campaign settings >> Permission >> Confirmed opt-in >> Web subscriptions. The instructions are here.

Note: The plugin is designed for use on WordPress pages due to specific WordPress requirements. If you use the HTML code instead of the plugin integration, your web form design may show snippets of the code. The JavaScript code from your GetResponse account should not be used on WordPress. We can provide support only for web forms placed on WordPress pages using the plugin.