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Creating a Registration Page with Optimize Press

This article is for: Legacy WebinarJam Users (Customers who joined prior to Sept 2017)

With WebinarJam and EverWebinar you have the option to embed a registration button for the webinar within WordPress and Optimize Press.

NOTE:If the button and popup do not look like Embed Button and Popup below, there is likely a compatibility issue with your website. This could be conflicting Javascripts, CSS or other codes.  We strongly recommend in this case that you use one of our registration forms.  


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Create Your Own Custom Registration Page

Your first step is to create a registration page on your WordPress website with Optimize Press theme so you can get the custom registration page URL.   
 
 

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Get the Embed Registration Button Code

You'll need to follow the directions on how to set up Custom Registration Page  then,
  1. Attendees under Access Links (marked #1 below)
  2. Embed Registration Button on your own site (marked #2 below)
NOTE:  Embed Registration Button Code will not be there unless you have selected "Your Own Custom Design" above
   
 

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Inserting the Registration Button Code

  Open the Live Editor for your Optimize Press page, and click on Add Element
 
 

Custom HTML / Shortcode

In the popup that appears, type 'HTML' to find the 'Custom HTML/shortcode' option and select it.
 
 

Paste Your Code

This will open a new popup. Paste the button code you copied in step 3, and click Insert.
 
 

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How Will the Embed Button Look?

 

The Embed Button will look similar to above.   When your registrants click the button, they should see a form similar to the one displayed below. This is the same form as when you use our registration pages. This Webinar offers attendees a choice of dates.

Learn more about Webinar Series.  


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Inserting a 2nd Registration Button

If you'd like the button to appear more than once on your page, then all you want is <div style="margin:auto;width:300px;"> to </div></div> please note you need both </div> links. as marked in yellow in the image above. So for the rest of the places you'd like for a button to appear, you can insert this part of the code (specific to your webinar)
 

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Changing the Registration Button

You can change the text on the button, by changing the text between the span tags from <span>Register now</span> to <span>Join this webinar</span> .  The Registration button is built with a CSS coding, so other changes to the button would require a programmer.
 
 
 
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