Support » Plugin: GetResponse Integration by GetResponse » Where is the Getresponse form on my site?

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  • Plugin Author GetResponse

    (@getresponse)

    Hi,

    As I understand you correctly you haven’t checkbox to sign up right?
    screen: http://screencast.com/t/BtUKG2Mav

    Could you tell as which WP version do you use?
    Also could you send us your blog url address?

    You contact us by form:
    https://app.getresponse.com/feedback.html?devzone=yes

    Hi. That is correct. I am using WP version 3.4.2 and my blog url address is http://collegeprepready.com/wp/blog/.

    Plugin Author GetResponse

    (@getresponse)

    Hi,
    Your form is on your right sidebar.
    Do you still have any problem w with webform?

    Plugin Author GetResponse

    (@getresponse)

    Please feel free to contact us again if you have any
    questions. We’ll be happy to help.

    Hi,

    is it also possible to integrate your plugin via shortcode or only via sidebar-widget?

    Thanks in advance.

    Best regards

    Plugin Author GetResponse

    (@getresponse)

    yes – it is possible to integrate plugin via shortcode

    So, i do not have to use html in a file do implant – right?

    What is the shortcode to use? With the shortcode i can place the form on every space on my site, right?

    Plugin Author GetResponse

    (@getresponse)

    With the GetResponse WordPress plugin, you can use shortcodes to place web forms in blog posts. Simply place the following tag in your post wherever you want the web form to appear:

    [grwebform wid=”WEBFORM_ID_HERE” css=”on/off”]

    Below is a description of where to find the “wid” parameter. Set the CSS parameter to ON, and the web form appears in GetResponse style; set it to OFF, and the web form appears in standard WordPress style

    You’ll find your web form ID right in your GetResponse account. Go to Web Forms => Web forms list and click on the “Source” link in a selected web form. Your web form ID is the number you’ll see right after the “?wid=” portion of the JavaScript code.

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