If you use Flodesk for your email subscription platform, and also love using Elementor forms, you’re in luck. There’s a way to seamlessly integrate the two in under 5 minutes.
Forget about embeds, copying/pasting HTML code or modifying color schemes and backgrounds to get your Flodesk account to accept new data from Elementor forms. This is the easiest, fastest, least time-consuming way to integrate Flodesk with Elementor.
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Now, there are several videos out there showing you how to embed a Flodesk form into Elementor pages, or even how to modify a Flodesk signup form to match your website. Both of these methods require Flodesk forms to be set up with specific structure, colors, buttons, etc. That’s not a good use of your time or the best way to integrate the two. In addition, you may not get Flodesk to match your website, as wonderful as Flodesk is.
Many people love how Elementor’s forms operate, look and feel. With Flodesk, while cleverly designed, the look and feel of the signup form may not be as flexible as you need it to be when presented on your website. Because you have full control over look, placement, tone, and feel with Elementor (and can even override your theme settings with it), you’ll have more power within Elementor to keep things consistent while saving loads of time on setup and configuration.
This video walks you through how to integrate the two (quite easily), so you can achieve any look and feel you desire with Elementor forms. Check it out!
Now that you know how to properly integrate both Flodesk and Elementor, I know you’re going to have such an easier time building your landing pages without the fuss of copying/pasting HTML code or modifying color/style blocks in Flodesk. I hope you found this helpful and valuable!