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#1 iandouglas 28-03-2016 21:58:50

I am having big problems trying to work out how to insert a signup form into a simple HTML webpage.

I am looking at the document page: docs/html-code.html

It says:
"Copy and paste the following code BEFORE your closing </head> tag"
but I cannot see "the following code" displayed on the manual page.

It then says:
"Copy and paste the following code BEFORE your closing </body> tag"
but, again, I cannot see "the following code" displayed on the manual page.

Where do I find these two pieces of code to copy into my webpage?

#2 msworld 29-03-2016 07:30:40

Hi Ian,

How did you find the 'docs/html-code.html' page? From the help link in the control panel?

#3 iandouglas 29-03-2016 08:46:38

Hi David,

I logged into my newsletter admin panel.

I then clicked on HELP (top right of screen).

I then clicked on "Auto Responder Setup" from menu down left hand side of screen.

I then clicked on the "html code" link in the "Campaigns" paragraph.

This took me to the Campaign HTML Code page from which I quoted some of the text to you.


#4 msworld 29-03-2016 10:54:00

The info refers to the html code setup page in admin. When you click campaigns, click the setup icon next to the edit icon.

#5 iandouglas 30-03-2016 19:46:28

Aha! Found it!

Easy when you know how.

Thanks for pointing out where to look David.


#6 msworld 30-03-2016 20:09:33

No problem Ian.

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