Constant Contact Form Shortcodes, Snippets and Widgets Overview

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A yes! Short Codes and Snippets. Depending on your experience with WordPress manually installing our forms via "Short Codes" into Posts and Pages, or directly adding code snippets on your Wordpress Theme, might be the easiest way to get your forms exactly where you want them to show. If this is the case, the general instructions are easy.

To copy a shortcode on a specific page, such as blog posts or inner pages you need a Form Key. 

The Form Key: Form keys look like this: "MmXaMGsi2DE3ZA,," - In plugins, they are located in template libraries, like in the picture bellow:



Instructions

Once you have your Form Key, you will use it for the WP Shortcode: 

For example: 

This is how the WP shortcode looks for the Tab: 

[show-contactus.com-form formkey="FORM KEY HERE" version="tab"] 

This is how the WP shortcode looks with the Form Key. 

[show-contactus.com-form formkey="MmXaMGsi2DE3ZA,," version="tab"] 

On your admin panel, you will either go to "Pages" or "Posts". Select the page/post where you want to place the form, and you will access the editor. Hit the "text" tab and paste the code wherever you want it and hit "Update". 



  • Embeded Form
    WP Shortcode: [show-contactus.com-form formkey="FORM KEY HERE" version="inline"]
    Php Snippet:<?php echo do_shortcode("[show-contactus.com-form formkey="FORM KEY HERE" version="inline"]"); ?>
  • Tab
    WP Shortcode: [show-contactus.com-form formkey="FORM KEY HERE" version="tab"]
    Php Snippet:<?php echo do_shortcode("[show-contactus.com-form formkey="FORM KEY HERE" version="tab"]"); ?>
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