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  • zedwards


    Did you ever figure out a solution to this, Kristian?

    I’m hoping to get Unbounce embedded into a WordPress page via shortcodes…

    Thread Starter KristianJI


    Hi @zedwards

    I ended up using an iframe in my unbounce landingpage instead.
    It has some drawbacks (its difficult to manage the size of the frame), but it works for now.

    The iframe simply shows a page from my wordpress site. Can be added within unbounce.

    Best regards



    Cool thank you for the follow up Kristian!

    I’ve decided to develop a different solution where i’m firing extra code via Google Tag Manager since Unbounce works well with them.

    Thanks again!

    Plugin Author Unbounce


    Hey there! Sorry for the slow response. We currently do not have support for shortcodes in the plugin. Can I ask you to elaborate how you would use shortcodes with the Unbounce Plugin?



    The unbounce wordpress plugin doesn’t actually build the unbounce pages within WordPress — it just injects 100% of your code in a new page — so SEO data is missing, other code. It’s just your page on a custom domain.

    Ya’ll need to look at how does their wordpress shortcodes — it makes it possible to embed any of their pages into a wordpress page with code like this:

    [clickfunnels_embed height="1000" url="XXXXXXXXX" scroll="yes"]

    By having this feature, it sometimes requires a height/width customization or other minor tweaks based on the CSS of an existing theme, but this makes it possible to build your pages within an existing WordPress framework — proper SEO, other 3rd party tags and most importantly — other shortcodes. My usecase is trying to inject shortcodes for InfusionSoft clients trying to track their ecommerce revenue with Google Analytics Advanced Ecommerce + Unbounce pages.

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