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Pardot

Integrate Pardot with WordPress: easily track visitors, embed forms and dynamic content in pages and posts, or use the forms or dynamic content widget

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4 stars
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5 stars
Passing parameters to the iframe
By , for WP 3.5.1

First of all, excellent job. This pluggin made me move my entire website to WordPress. We have many forms on the new website and some of them are already increasing conversion by 50%.

Since the forms are placed in an iframe, I am having cross-domain scripting errors when I try to grab some data from the main page and passing it to the form. What I want to do is to pass the product name to the form when the prospect fills the contact sales form on the page. I want to avoid asking the prospect selecting the product when the form is already on a product page. Another option will be to pass a parameter with in the URL of the iframe like adding ?product=<product_name>.

Maybe the next version can allow passing info from the_post() to the iframe: post title, post permalink, etc.

Thank you

4 stars
Well Done!
By , for WP 3.5

The new iframe size options and class field are great for customizing the form!

Would still love to see a couple of improvements:

  • Editor: The insert form button doesn't work on basic editor
  • Widget: can't dynamically select the form so the widget can only have one form regardless of page. That's not an easy task but would really make this nice to use. In the widget you would basically select the page or category - and the form that goes on it. You could add unlimited widgets to the sidebar so you can customize each page or category's form and track more efficiently. That's a "nice to have", though!

And kudos to the Pardot team for being so responsible to the feedback. They've been amazing to work with and easy to implement.

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