Once you’ve finished building your LeadForm, you’ll reach a page with your unique embed code on. Copy it to your clipboard by pressing or the blue button (or using CTRL+C on PC, and Command+C on Mac).Now, login to your WordPress dashboard and find the page you want to embed your form on by clicking ‘pages’ in the left-hand navigation. Note: You can also embed your lead form into a post, or directly into the theme template using the theme editor if you wish.

With the page you want to embed your LeadForm on open, paste your embed code into the editor in text mode. Important: Your LeadForm will not work if you paste your embed code using the visual editor mode.

Once you’ve done this, save the page as a draft and click preview. You should now see how your form will appear on the live site when you publish the page.

You’re all done – if you’re happy with how your form looks you can hit publish!

If you want to make changes to your LeadForm, you can go back to the form customiser and make any necessary changes. Any changes you make will automatically update how your form looks on your website – there’s no need to re-embed the LeadForm.

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