Allows you to install an AWeber web form on your WordPress blog and lets visitors subscribe to your list when commenting or registering on your blog.
For a step by step walkthrough on creating a web form, consult our knowledge base.
Wider forms may not fit perfectly at first, depending on the theme you are using for your blog. Luckily, you can easily resize your form in AWeber's web form generator.
If you just created the web form, try refreshing the page and looking again.
Also, check any other lists that appear in the first drop down in the Web Form widget - it's important to make sure that you're working in the list you want subscribers to be added to.
In order to prevent comment spammers from adding bad email addresses to your list, the plugin only adds comments that have been approved. Once a comment is manually or automatically approved, the person who left the comment will be added to your list.
Certain WordPress themes may have the option to change the position of the subscribe on comment checkbox. However, doing so requires manually editing the plugin code. If you are not comfortable doing this, please consult your web designer.
The file you need to edit is called aweber.php. Near the top of the file (around line 38), you will see comments instructing you on how to make the necessary changes.
For more detail, please consult our knowledge base.