Help! - How do I install a “JavaScript code?


(Craig) #1

(I am using Rapidweaver 7 and I have Stacks 3.)

How do I install a “JavaScript code” onto my landing page.

The JavaScript code is an opt-in Web Form
that I created at www.GetResponse.com

Here’s a snapshot of the opt-in web form:

Thank you in advance Amigos!


(Carl Newlands) #2

Paste your code into a HTML stack.


(Craig) #3

I have tried pasting it into a HTML stack and I saved it and then I published it onto my site but it does not display.

Do you have another suggestion?


(Doug Bennett) #4

Without seeing the code, hard to say for sure. There’s a JavaScript area inside the page inspector.


(Craig) #5

This is the code, but I inserted some ??? so that the code would show up here in this post.

< ??? script type=“text/javascript” src=“https://app.getresponse.com/view_webform_v2.js?u=hcmIj&webforms_id=18667201”> ??? < ??? /script>

I tried pasting the code in the Page Inspector Java Script area and published it, but my opt-in web form does not display.

Any other suggestions?


(Doug Bennett) #6

I’m not at my Mac now, but maybe someone else could have a look. I won’t be back to the office until Tuesday.


(Craig) #7

OK. Thanks Doug. Enjoy your weekend.

In the meantime, I hope someone can take a look this.

I would have thought that someone in this forum
would have asked this same question a long time ago.
After all, both Getresponse & Rapidweaver have been around
a long time… and you would think that someone here is using
Getresponse as their auto-responder solution.


(Carl Newlands) #8

Your code works fine. Did you publish the page?

<script type="text/javascript" src="https://app.getresponse.com/view_webform_v2.js?u=hcmIj&webforms_id=18667201"></script>

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(Craig) #9

Hi Carl,

Yes. I published the page, but it doesn’t display for me.

Where do I need to insert the code? — In the Page Inspector Javascript area?


(Carl Newlands) #10

Drag a HTML stack onto your page and paste your code into it.


(Craig) #11

OK. I’ll try that again.


(Craig) #12

Nope. It didn’t work. I’ve tried that a few times. :frowning:

I’ll buy you a case of Beer, if you can fix it for me.

Just give me your PayPal email if you are interested. ?


(Carl Newlands) #13

When you view the page source in Safari, are there any errors in the console?


(Craig) #14

How do I view the page source in Safari? (I know how to view source in Chrome, but not Safari.) and what is “the console?” (sorry… I’m a newb!)


(Craig) #15

Do you want me to show you my Landing Page URL?


(Carl Newlands) #16

Ok, what’s the URL?

To show the page source in Safari, first enable the Develop Menu in Preferences -> Advanced. Then right click on the page and select View Source.


(Craig) #17

http://www.webmavericks.net


(Craig) #18

https://www.screencast.com/t/gsJtGGv0F25 <<< It looks like I have 2 errors.


(Carl Newlands) #19

You have placed your code in the web inspector and so your head section has <script> tags inside <script> tags.

<script type="text/javascript">
       <script type="text/javascript" src="https://app.getresponse.com/view_webform_v2.js?u=hcmIj&webforms_id=18667201"></script> 
</script>

Just paste the code into a HTML stack.


(Craig) #20

Do you mean the “Page Inspector?” not the Web Inspector?