Embed CodeWritten by: Marie VitkovaContributors: Denis Muhuri
Each FunnelBud form embed code has specific account, formID, and domain values, all varying depending on company and form.
To locate and use a form's embed code, do the following:
In FunnelBud's top toolbar, click Content > Forms.
In the left panel, click Options > Manage Forms.
Click the name of the desired form.
On the right side of the form page, click Options > Embed Code.
Copy the code.
Paste the code onto your site.
Retrieving the Form Embed Code and using on website
(To use it on your website. Skip this if using a FunnelBud landing page)
Go to Content > Forms
Select your form from the left pane OR click the top left gear button, select manage forms, and select the form there.
Click the gear icon at the top right, select Embed Code
Copy the embed code, paste it into your page where you would like the form to appear
When embedding form code into your site, be aware of the following:
Each SharpSpring form has a different embed code. There is not a single embed code for all of the forms you create in SharpSpring. Make sure you are using the correct one when adding forms to a site.
Code placement varies by site. There is no single location where the form goes by default. You will need to place the embed code in the portion of your site code that reflects where you want the form to display. As such, due to individual site styles and formats, each placement and resulting code will be different.
Ensure that you are embedding code correctly. When embedding code, viewing your page source helps determine if the code is embedding correctly. If you use a CMS like Wordpress, be sure to be in Text mode when pasting the code into the editor.
Some external plugins may try and rewrite or simplify the form embed codes. For example, Wordpress has a plugin called Autoptimize that rewrites and moves script blocks to the end of the page. You will need to either change settings or turn off the optimizer.
You cannot use embed code with SharpSpring emails. For security reasons, most Internet service providers (ISPs) block scripts in emails.