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  • #267099
    Ela Bruce
    Participant
    @elzbru
    Post count: 3

    Hi,

    Does anyone know how to use the ready made sales pages on GetResponse? I tried HTML and custom code function but it doesn’t show the page like it should.

    I would like to use them to create my sales funnels and landing pages but I can’t come right. Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    #267136
    Angela
    Moderator
    @CDDiva
    Post count: 183

    Honestly, I have a bit of trouble with those as well ( I am not cpanel savvy so much) so I adapted to creating these pages by opening up the html files that usually come with such things, right clicking to open the source code, and copy pasting the code from the source page, directly into an html source page on my website (using WordPress mostly, or any page that allows html). From there I can adjust words, and upload the graphics that come with the product right into the post.

    I use WordPress mostly, and altho it may be a little more work than simply uploading these files to your server, I have used this method many times. I hope you understand what I just said.


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    #267148
    Ela Bruce
    Participant
    @elzbru
    Post count: 3

    Hi Angela,

    Thank you for the reply, I do know it can be done through WordPress, but I was hoping that there is a way to do it through GetResponse as it would be so much easier to have everything in one place for funnels.

    I guess I will need to go the wordpress route it seems :)

    #267153
    Angela
    Moderator
    @CDDiva
    Post count: 183
    #267296
    Daniel Taylor
    Keymaster
    @daniel27lt
    Post count: 129

    Hi @elzbru

    I understand what you mean and simply copying and pasting the code from GetResponse (or any other ESP) can have the same issue.

    It’s because those shortcodes use CSS and within most HTML files, they also use CSS, which can conflict with the style of how your opt-in form/box will look.

    You can really only fix this if you know CSS or hire someone who can do this for you. I do know it would only be a very small change (or adding) within your CSS file on your sales/squeeze page.

    I hope this helps.


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    #267387
    Ela Bruce
    Participant
    @elzbru
    Post count: 3

    Thank you for the advice, I will take a look at getting some help that’s within my budget :)

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