Why would i use Forms?

Whether you're generating leads direct from a website or simply collecting newsletter subscribers, the use of forms is always the same: Fields, Function, Design.

How do I use Forms?


The most important part of ensuring your form works well with your LeadByte campaign is creating the right fields. In the campaign screen you can edit the fields for your campaigns to use simple text inputs or drop down options. Getting your fields right here will save you time when editing later on, going back to change field settings can affect the design of your form and changes are applied LIVE.


The next step is to Create your form. Naming and connecting it to the right campaign and adjusting what happens when a form submits are all managed from the Forms menu

Key points:

  • Domain Check - This will lock your form to one domain name. LeadByte will not allow the form code to appear on any other site
  • Thank You page - Manage whether a correct submission sees a Thank You message or is directed to another URL (Tracking/Conversion pixels can be added here)
  • Error/Duplicate Page - What pages or redirects would you like to happen when LeadByte receives a duplicate or erroneous submission?
  • Pop Out of iFrame - Where would you like to have the text/redirect display?


Once you have created your form you can then use the design function to fit the form to your site. The Design menu lets you manage the structure of your form, add text to the form labels and use CSS-style code to edit the form in many ways.

Once you have made changes to the design you can Update Preview to see how your form will look.

When you're happy with the form you can "Save Changes" to lock the design

NOTE: When editing the design of a form which is live on a site "Save Changes" will update the CSS of the Live form.

Going Live

To get the code for your form just go to "Integration" at the top of the screen and select the Campaign and form you want the code for.

You can specify size, border and scrolling here and then edit in the code once you have placed it on your site.

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