Subscribe form widget

You use the Subscribe form widget to display forms to the visitors of your website that enables them to subscribe to email campaigns.

PREREQUISITES: You created at least one mailing list, to which each new subscriber is added. For more information, see Create mailing lists.

After you place the Subscribe form widget on your page, you configure it to display the subscription form. To do this, click Edit button in the upper-right corner of the widget.

In the Subscribe form dialogue, configure the following:

  1. Select a mailing list, to which the new subscriber will be added.

  2. Under When the form is successfully submitted... select an option:

    • Show message
      Selected by default.
    • Open a specially prepared page...
      To open another page after successful subscription, use the Select button to open the page selector and select a page.
  3. In the Template section, select the template you want to use.
    All Subscribe form widget templates created in the backend and in file system are listed in Template dropdown.

    NOTE: You can optionally customize the default widget template or create a new template for the Subscribe form widget. For more information, see Overview: Widget templates.

  4. Expand More options section to specify CSS file names and apply additional CSS classes to the Subscribe form widget.

  5. When you are finished with all the settings, click Save.

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