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Web Form Setup (Square Space, GoDaddy)

How to create a web form and embed it on some common website builders.

Written by Rory Rorison
Updated over a week ago

Stampede allows you to quickly create web forms for your website, this could be used for Newsletter sign-ups.

  1. Select Marketing from the left-hand side.

  2. Within the website section towards the bottom of the page, select Newsletter sign-up forms.

  3. This will open the form builder. Click the plus icon at the top right to create a new form or select a premade form from the drop-down menu.

  4. From here you will be able to modify the form:

    • Give a name to your form.

    • Click on the question area to define what details you'd like your customers to add-in

    • Select what venues you'd like these users assigned to.

    • Add in some terms & conditions. Something like: By signing up you agree to be contacted with offers and updates from our business.

    • You can add in a redirection, this makes it so the customer who fills the form is taken to another website or page on your site once the form is finished.

  5. Once complete click to create your form, then you can view a preview at the bottom of the screen

  6. Under Embedded code you will find the iframe code for the created form, click the Copy to clipboard button to save this.

Now that you have created your form, here are some guides for common website builders:

Square Space:

The first step is to add a new box/section to desired are of your website. This box must be a "Code" box/section.

Once the code box opens, use it to paste in the code you obtained from Stampede.

The end result should look like this, depending on the questions you chose when creating the form.


Add in a new section to your website and select HTML.

Next up, paste the code on the "Custom Code" box on the right side of the screen. Your end result should like the preview of the image below.

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