Support » Plugin: Kolakube Email Forms » Post-post support

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  • Plugin Author Alex Mangini


    Hey Tim!

    Yes, you can create a Widget area in the Skin Editor and then drag the Widget into place via the Widgets panel in WordPress. You’ll want to do this on the “Single” template for posts.

    DIYthemes also provides AWeber and MailChimp Boxes in the Professional plan (if you have it). They’re more integrated into Thesis since they create Boxes in the Skin Editor, but work pretty much the same (connect, drag into place, output form).

    Thanks Alex
    Will have a play- I’m using Active Campaign so presumably I wrap their input boxes with the same MD classes to get the right look and feel


    Plugin Author Alex Mangini


    You’ve got the right idea. Base your code off of the code below. A few things to note:

    1. Add the md-form class to the outer container (in this case, the form tag)
    2. Wrap each input field with a p tag to output the field on its own line
    <form class="md-form" method="post" action="">
    	<p><input type="text" name="name" class="name" placeholder="Enter your name" tabindex="600"></p>
    	<p><input class="email" type="email" name="email" placeholder="Enter your email" tabindex="601"></p>
    	<p><input class="green button" name="submit" type="submit" value="Signup Now!" tabindex="602"></p>
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