If your embedded form on your WordPress page is not working or is not collecting data, verify that the embed code on your WordPress page matches the code in HubSpot.
- Navigate to your form embed code in HubSpot.
- Navigate to the page on WordPress where your Hubspot form is (use a new window and place it next to the window with your form embed code open so you can see both at once).
- Right-click anywhere on the page > choose View page source.
- Locate the form embed code on the page by hitting Ctrl+F (or Cmd+F on a Mac) on your keyword and searching for your HubSpot ID (the HubSpot analytics tracking code also contains your HubSpot ID, so look for formID as well to avoid confusion)
- Compare the embed code on the page to the embed code in the form editor; the snippets should match.
- WordPress may convert "&&" in the embedded form code to "&&" which will break the functionality of the code
- If you are seeing that WordPress is altering the embed code, you may need to use a third-party plugin to add the form to the page/post in the form of a shortcode. One plugin that allows users to insert CTA codes via a shortcode (therefore preserving the script tags) is Insert HTML Snippet which can be downloaded here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/insert-html-snippet/.