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[Resolved] Success Page For Pardot Plugin

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  • Plugin Author Cliff Seal

    @cliffseal

    Hi! You should be able to do this in Pardot.Take a look at the methods here: http://www.pardot.com/faqs/forms/can-forms-be-set-to-redirect-to-a-success-page/

    Does that help?

    Hi Cliff,
    Thanks for the fast response. I was trying to setup the success page in WordPress. It sounds like I just need to set this up in Pardot and leave the form on WP as is.
    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Cliff Seal

    @cliffseal

    Indeed. We try to keep settings like that centralized, so that it’s never confusing where things are being changed.

    Hi Cliff,
    I setup the redirect in Pardot and it works, except that it creates an infinite redirect. Our form is a sitewide newsletter signup (in footer). After signing up no matter what page I access on the site it redirects me to the success page. And once on the success page it continually reloads the page. Any ideas?

    Plugin Author Cliff Seal

    @cliffseal

    I’d chat with Pardot Support now that this is out of plugin territory. They’ll be happy to help you get sorted out!

    Just to be clear, though: if you’re using the JS redirect method, make sure that’s going in your ‘Thank You Code’ in Pardot, not in the code of your site.

    Hi Cliff,
    I appreciate the help. The redirect is actually a work around because the iframe pardot code is breaking our responsive website design. Is there anyway to utilize WP pages with pardot forms without using iframes?

    Plugin Author Cliff Seal

    @cliffseal

    In that case, you just need to set a max-width of 100% on iframes. Our embeds do just fine on the default themes that are responsive. 🙂

    Plugin Author Cliff Seal

    @cliffseal

    For instance:

    embed, iframe, object, video {
        max-width: 100%;
    }

    Thank you sir, I appreciate the help. Also, I figured out the infinite redirect. The following box was unchecked “Always display form after submission Disable the 10 minute waiting period after submitting a form”. The code was checking to see if the person had submitted the form in the last 10 minutes and if so launched the redirect. Checking this box resolved that issue.

    Plugin Author Cliff Seal

    @cliffseal

    Ah! Great to hear.

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