Linking my csasignup page to a page in my web site

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jboahn

11 Feb, 2014 12:23 AM

I did this before when I was playing around but cannot locate again. I want to embed or link (not sure of appropriate lingo) the http://www.raisedinabarnfarm.csasignup.com into a web page I'm creating on my web site (www.raisedinabarnfarm.com.) I found the embed code somewhere before but cannot seem to find now.

Can you help me out? Thanks!

  1. 1 Posted by Lauren on 11 Feb, 2014 02:50 PM

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    Hi Jane,

    While you can't embed the Member Assembler pages into your existing website, you can create a link on your site to the Member Assembler pages. Usually this is done in your site's navigation menu, for example, you have a menu item titled "sign up for our CSA" and when it is clicked on, it directs your user to the first Member Assembler page. You can also create a link on a page about your CSA if you don't want to link directly in the menu.

    It looks like you have a page called "CSA sign up for 2014". The link that you have listed at the top of the page is incorrect and not active. You're sign up pages live here: http://www.raisedinabarnfarm.csasignup.com as you noted. You will need to use that link to direct your users to the Member Assembler pages.

    I'm not familiar with the process of creating a website with Weebly, but perhaps they have instructions about how to create a link on their website pages or in the navigation menu in their help section. Usually it's as easy as highlighting the text you would want to link and clicking on a "hyperlink" button in the text editor and then attaching the URL (http://www.raisedinabarnfarm.csasignup.com) to the highlighted text.

    Best,
    Lauren, Farmer Support

  2. Lauren closed this discussion on 11 Feb, 2014 02:50 PM.

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