Embed an URL on a page

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  • #995
    hadlocksean
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        How do you embed an url on any page? For example, I already have a booking form created from a different website and I need to add that booking form page to my WordPress website. Here’s a sample WP website with an booking URL embedded on their page.

        Book Now

        #996
        Aizaz Awan
        Keymaster

            Hello, @seanh,

            To embed a URL on a page, you can use HTML code to create a hyperlink. Here are the steps you can follow to embed a booking form URL on your WordPress website:

            1. First, locate the page where you want to add the booking form URL in your WordPress admin panel and click on the “Edit” button to edit the page.

            2. Next, position your cursor where you want to place the booking form URL and click on the “elements” button of the page builder and insert the Custom HTML element to that page.

            3. In the Custom HTML block, paste the HTML code for the hyperlink to the booking form URL. Here’s an example code you can use:

            <a href="https://www.example.com/booking-form">Book Now</a>

            In this code, replace “https://www.example.com/booking-form&#8221; with the actual URL of your booking form, and “Book Now” with the text you want to use for the hyperlink.

            4. After pasting the HTML code, click on the “Preview” button to see how the hyperlink looks on your page. If you’re satisfied with the preview, click on the “Update” button to save the changes to your page.

            Your booking form URL should now be embedded on your WordPress page as a hyperlink that visitors can click on to access the form.

            Best Regards,
            PThemes Team.

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            #1001
            hadlocksean
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                I don’t mean to confuse you but I don’t want a hyperlink – I want the porto page to ALREADY have the form open and ready to fill out, instead of people going to the porto page just to click on a hyperlink then go to ANOTHER page. I hope this makes sense.

                Please visit blueskypixs.com then click “Book Now” on the menu then you’ll see the form is already open and ready while it’s still under the wordpress website. That’s what I mean when I said embedding an URL on the page, not adding a link on the page.

                I’ve also attached a photo just in case.

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                #1007
                Aizaz Awan
                Keymaster

                    Hello, @seanh,

                    Please correct me if I am wrong, you want the same menu item as book now on your site and when click on it, the new page will open having the form on it, then the user will fill out that form. Right?

                    If so, then we suggest you to please navigate to WP-Dashboard >> Pages and create the new page, set your form in that page using Custom HTML or using your booking plugin, and then publish it.

                    After that please navigate to Appearance >> Menu and add that page as a menu item from there, save changes, and check back to your site after clearing the browser cache.

                    Best Regards,
                    PThemes Team.

                    #1042
                    hadlocksean
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                        I am sorry but you lost me in the 2nd paragraph. What html code am I supposed to use? The hyperlink code you provided before doesn’t work. I tried embedding the URL but it doesn’t work.

                        I want to make sure that when anyone clicks on “Book Now” on the menu, it will take them to another page that still has the logo, the menu and the booking form already open ready to fill out. I don’t want to send people to the booking form page that is not a WordPress press because once they finish the form, how will they go back to the home page?

                        Please detail the process again but more thoroughly, I’m not skilled with WordPress.

                        Thank you for your patience.

                        #1043
                        Aizaz Awan
                        Keymaster

                            Hello, @hadlocksean,

                            I understand that you are interested in creating a page on your website where you can display a form that is currently hosted on a separate website. You would like the form to appear on your site without redirecting the user to another site.

                            Unfortunately, there is no built-in functionality in the theme settings to accomplish this, and it would require extra customization.

                            However, I have found a website, https://embed.ly/, where you can embed website pages and use the code on your site. Please note that using this service is at your own risk.

                            Alternatively, you can try using a third-party plugin from the WP Market, also at your own risk, or you can contact our customization team at https://www.portotheme.com/customization/ for their paid services.

                            I hope this clarifies the situation for you.

                            Best Regards,
                            PThemes Team.

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