SharpSpring allows you to create landing pages with forms that were also created within SharpSpring. This article will detail how to link a form to a landing page.
The following user roles can edit landing pages:
- Marketing Managers
Regarding Forms and the GDPR
Forms establish tracking. The European Union's new data protection law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is meant to protect the data and rights of individuals who are in the European Union and European Economic Area (EU/EEA). One of these protections is consent. In this case, the consent to allow or deny tracking and the gathering of their personal information. You must give visitors the chance to either allow or deny tracking before it happens. Once you have added forms to a landing page, you will need to enable GDPR settings on both the landing page and the form.
For more information on the GDPR and how you must incorporate its protections into your pages and forms, refer to the following:
- Adding GDPR Cookie Banners to Landing Pages
- The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- How the GDPR Impacts SharpSpring and You
To add a form to a landing page, do the following:
Once you have added a form, you are able to edit the form directly in the editor panel. To edit forms in the landing page, do the following:
Once a form has been inserted, there are options available for design and display settings. To edit form options, do the following:
Adding Form Embed Codes
SharpSpring allows you to access the code for each landing page. You can add the form's embed code directly to the landing page code. To add the embed code directly to the landing page, do the following:
Note: When placing the embed code, it will not display in the editor. It will display on the live page, however.