This article will show you how to embed an HTML code or iFrame into a page on your website.
HTML Embed Codes
You may have a form or other iFrame that you'd like to embed onto a page using some HTML. This is possible using the HTML tool in the page editor.
Pro Tip: you can create a custom form for free using Wufoo.
The first step is to create a page using either the Create option in the universal navigation bar or the [+] button in the Pages section of your Site Details:
Using the HTML Editor Tool
Important Note: All Placester site are now secure. Because of this, all code must be secure as well, in order to function properly on the site. if you see an http:// in the iframe you will need to add an s to make it https:// secure. If you have added this and the iframe is not working as expected, be sure the source site you're getting this from is secure. If the source is secure please reach out to the support team.
Once you've opened the page editor, you'll need to select the HTML tool, which looks like this: <>.
1. Paste in the HTML code snippet.
2. Click the HTML tool again to switch back to the visual editor. If the code was accepted and successfully embedded, you'll now see your form or iFrame appearing within the page content.
3. Click Save.
Here's an example of what embedding a Wufoo form code looks like:
Viewing the Live Page
You can check out the live page by copying and pasting the slug into a new browser tab.
The page's URL slug is generated based off of the page title.
Here's how a sample Wufoo form looks on our Fremont theme:
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If you have an HTML embed code for a video, click here to learn how you can add it to a page or post using the video embed tool.
Need More Help?
If you have additional questions about adding HTML to your pages, let our support team know at email@example.com.