How does the WordPress plugin work with the Squeeze Page Toolkit? The plugin will fetch all off the pages in your account from the toolkit, allowing you to show a squeeze page on your WordPress website. There’s a little bit of set up that you need to do, but it’s very easy and simple to
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If you’re using WordPress and you see a squeeze page URL of www.domain.com/squeeze_page/pagename/ (rather than www.domain.com/pagename/), then you just need to Publish the squeeze page within WordPress that you’ve created. That will create the correct shortened version of the URL.
There are a few WordPress websites that seem to misbehave, meaning that pages cannot be viewed. Ensure that you’ve done the following first: Ensure you select a permalink setting other than ‘Default’ Re-save (a.k.a Update Your Permalinks) – by clicking on the ‘Save Settings’ button in ‘Settings‘ -> ‘Permalinks‘ Other issues that might be causing
The plugin is independent of your theme/design on your WordPress website. The plugin just uses the design as per the toolkit page.
The squeeze page content is stored on the toolkit servers, and fetched to show on your WordPress-website on demand. However, the WordPress plugin currently caches the content within your WordPress website for 12 hours, to make it load more quickly for your visitors when you get lots of visitors all at once. When the user fills