You can display Keap forms directly on your membership website. This is really appealing as since the member is logged in, you can automatically populate their contact details giving them less to do and hence they are more likely to complete the action.
How To Display A WebForm
Paste the Keap web form code onto your membership site but wrap it in a shortcode in order to get iMember360 to fill in the contact details automatically.
Use the shortcode [i4w_webform] specifying how you want the contact information to be populated.
It will automatically populate the contact details of the current member. It can work out who the current member is in one of three ways:
- Based on who is logged to the membership site
- From the contact email or ID that is available on the URL (GET data)
- From the contact email or ID that is available in POST variables
Having auto-populated the email field, you can elect to hide the email field. If the user changed the email address then you would end up with a new contact in Keap which is generally undesirable
How To Display An Order Form
Use the shortcode [i4w_orderform form="nabcddefg"] specifying the form name.
You can elect to hide the email field as the membership site "knows" the member's email address and hence can complete this information automatically giving the member less work to do.
Note that this shortcode is only used for legacy order forms