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Embed a form or CTA in a WordPress post or page

Last updated: March 4, 2019

You can add a HubSpot form to your WordPress posts or pages using the HubSpot All-in-One Marketing - Forms, Popups, Live Chat WordPress plugin, or you can embed a form or CTA by adding the embed code directly to your WordPress page or post. 

Please note: you may need to change your permissions in WordPress to allow you to insert code snippets on your pages/posts. Learn more about WordPress user roles.

HubSpot forms or CTA embed codes can be added directly to a page or post. The shortcode feature of the old HubSpot for WordPress plugin has been deprecated and is no longer supported.

  • Copy the form embed code or the CTA embed code from HubSpot.
  • Open the WordPress page or post editor.
  • If you're using the Gutenberg editor, paste the code into a shortcode element on your page, such as a Gutenberg Shortcode Block or an Elementor Shortcode Widget.
  • If you're using the Classic editor, paste the code directly into the page editor where you would like the form or CTA to render.
  • Click Update.
If you are embedding a CTA or form on your WordPress site, you may need to apply additional CSS declarations within your external stylesheet to make the form or CTA responsive. 

If you notice your form or CTA not working in WordPress or the embed code is being altered when you view the live page, you may need to insert the form or CTA using a plugin to make sure the embed code stays intact. If you're using the latest version of Gutenberg, which removes inline JavaScript, you'll need this plugin in order to embed forms and CTAs onto your page.

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