How to embed a third-party form in your Shogun pages

We offer a standard Form element that is pretty robust, but if you want something really custom, you can easily use something like Wufoo or Typeform to create the forms, then embed them in Shogun using the HTML component. This can be super helpful in adding extra functionality to your pages that the Shogun Form element may not be able to provide. You can check out the HTML element documentation for more information on how to insert custom code on your pages.

These things are usually just a case of copying and pasting so no coding experience required, we would recommend on checking in with the sites themselves for more information on how to get this code for their custom forms.

Custom forms can be helpful if you need to redirect users to new pages once they have completed the form, if you need to include a captcha into your forms, or if you would like to include your form in a lightbox.

Adding a subscribe form

Adding subscribe forms from mailing list services, such as MailChimp and Klaviyo, is pretty easy with the HTML element. These services offer tools to build a custom form for your newsletters and marketing campaigns. They also allow you to set a redirect page for your form. Once you have built your form and acquired its embed code, you can use the HTML element in Shogun to add the form to your page.

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