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First off, great landing page. I also love the simple video of how to use the html page with wordpress, really helped.
I am using it with wordpress and have had no problems, I followed your video tutorial and I added
<?php get_header(); ?>
<?php get_footer(); ?>
to the page because I want the header and navigation to look like the rest of the pages. My problem is that I want to cutoff the very top of the landing page, the part that has the “Conversion” logo and the social icons and the telephone number. How could I do that?
What exactly do you mean by cutoff? You wanna get rid of it?
Will there ne an responsive Version of this theme or ar least a iPhone optimized One?
It’s in the works, but I don’t have an ETA yet unfortunately.
Thanks for your response. Its a matter of time or of money?
It’s a matter of time really, I have my hands full with other projects at the moment.
oh i see. well hopefully you will get it dont – we use it very often.
This is beautiful. Does this work with opencart? I would love to use this for my About Us ( http://www.tscustomsuits.com/About-Tien-Son-Custom-Tailored-Suits ) page as well as some featured product category pages.
Hmm, this is an HTML template so it doesn’t have any integration with OpenCart. However, I think it’s possible to adapt it.
Are you planning to make it responsive?
Is it possible to add additional fields to the trial form without affecting the page layout?
For example, lets say I would like to add another field called company name. Can that be done on my end without breaking the style and layout?
You can add an extra field, but you would have to make some manual changes to the CSS of the right hand side button background since that has a fixed height. Other than that you won’t break the layout.
Thank you Adi for getting back to me so quickly. Would you be able to tell me what within this CSS I would need to modify for the button to that it will still be centered as it is now within the current format?
Thanks again for all your help.
What I meant is that I like to keep the button centered within the form if I add extra fields.
What controls the alignment and location of the button within the CSS so that in case I like to keep as well as change it’s position in the future for A/B testing, what values would I need to work with as well?
In the CSS file you need to find the rule for .submitButtonDarkBG . On that, you need to change the height and adjust the padding to keep the button centred.
Hey again Adi. Thank you for the feedback and help in understanding the template.
We purchased your “Conversion – Premium Landing Page” and I do have two additional question.
In regards to the “index_trial_with_form”, I didn’t see any PHP files to send the form data back to us.
Can we use any simple PHP script to collect the form data and then send the emails back to us?
Also if we converted this to a WP template as per your video, where would we upload the PHP script to collect the form fields and send emails back to us with the form data?
Also I will try to modify .submitButtonDarkB within the CSS file as you had suggested. If we encounter any issues, would you mind if I ask them here to get assistance on how to fix the form?
Unfortunately there are no PHP files for handling the forms. I’ve included some instructions for adding MailChimp or CampaignMonitor to the forms, that’s how you can easily handle the form data.
However, a simple script would also work, but you’d have to write that yourself. If you do so and plan on using WP, any location for the script would do, as long as you properly link to it from your form.
If you have trouble with the dark BG customisation let me know, I’ll try and help
Thank you for the fast reply and support Adi. You are amazing and glad I bought your premium landing page.
So basically if i understand you correctly, just link the form “post” action to the PHP script location within the server, for example
<form id=”trialForm” action=”FORM LOCATION ON THE SERVER” method=”post”>
and it should work well and we would do the same for WP.
Is that correct?
Thanks again for the great support.
Yep, that’s correct. Beware for WordPress tho—the path to the .php file might differ, depending on the location. If you’re using an absolute location for it (ex: mydomain.com/files/script.php) then you’ll be fine. Otherwise, you need to do something like:
<?php echo get_stylesheet_directory_uri(); ?>/scripts/script.php
Again, that depends on the location of the file. The first part will refer to the WordPress theme folder.
I hope this helps.
Adi follow up quick question. How can I validate the form fields to make sure people actually fill out the fields and do not submit it with empty content?
Hope this helps
Perfect. Thank you Adi for the amazing support.
I just purchased your theme. It won’t install to Wordpress. I tried directly through the wp-admin, and I also extracted the file into FTP. It tells me it’s a broken Theme, stylesheet is missing. Please help, or refund my money.
Thank you for the purchase. This is not a WordPress theme, but a simple HTML landing page.
Personally, I cannot refund your money but you can make a support ticket directly to Envato, they might be able to assist you.
Sorry for this inconvenience.
How do you make the whole page, or template smaller so that it can all fit nicely in a 600px as oppose to 960 (which is currently full page)?
and also, the css conflicts with my current website css. How do i prevent this?
The template is designed for 960, not smaller. You can make the necessary adjustments via CSS, but doing so will break the layout.
The CSS conflicts with your website’s CSS because it contains styles that apply globally. This theme is meant to be hosted on its own, not in conjunction with another website.
If you want to avoid conflicts, you can install it in a separate folder and then simply link to it from your existing website.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for your reply,
I have made the adjustments and looks alright but the CSS conflicts is at the moment the problem.
I have linked to the CSS folder directly however it still conflicts.
How do i go about doing the way you suggested?
Say you have the main website on www.domain.com. You need to upload the landing page files to www.domain.com/landing/ (call this “landing folder” anyway you want).
Then, from the main site you simply create a link to www.domain.com/landing (from your navigation menu for example).
That way, the landing page has its own separate folder and won’t interfere with the main website since it’s no longer part of it.
I made a folder called landing-page and added all the CSS files there.
I then copy the html contents (with the updated directory links) and paste it into my page via the Opencart CMS.
Majority works except some few css conflicts.
I am doing this so that it looks embedded in and joined to the site.
Well, that’s what I’m saying. if you wanna embed it there will be CSS conflicts—no way around that.
You can poke around in the CSS files and see which ones conflict or use Firebug and inspect your page to see where styles are overwritten.
Ok however even though i pull out specific bits from the template eg. the buy button or call to action below, i still get a conflict issue. Isn’t the CSS for those sections different ?
I have no way of knowing what CSS you’re using and how that might conflict with the one from the existing site.
If you want, you can link me to a live server so I can have a look, but that’s pretty much all I can do. I cannot fix it for you but I might be able to point you in the right direction.
I would appreciate that a lot.
Do you have an email?
Adi – Very nice clean landing page indeed. Can you tell me how to link the social icons? When I click on them nothing happens.
Thanks a million!
Well, you need to change this href attribute for every link. So, instead of: href=”#”, you’ll need href=”www.facebook.com/username” for example.
And thank you for the purchase
Thanks Adi. I figured it out – sorry (rookie) but you make it much easier. I am browsing your other offerings as we type.
This is very well done and Adi has gone to a great deal of effort to include very clear and concise video to help people use it. Unlike some other purchases I have made that are far too complex for me to understand and implement well, this one has been a delight.
As an amateur and somewhat older than I would like to be, I find the fabulous instructions very useful. :bigsmile
I am very pleased by this purchase
Thank you for the kind words Mary
Is there any way to set up a page like this on wordpress or would that be impossible?
It’s possible to create a page template for WordPress, but not a WordPress theme.
Bought and got it fully set up.
Money well spent,and got it setup as wordpress.
Great to hear Thank you for the purchase!
Just purchased and my link from the payment processor was either lost or broken so I have nothing available from you in my download area.
I can provide payment details etc, ..can you help?
I’d love to help, but this is usually a task for the support team. So if you have the payment details go ahead and open a ticket with them ( http://support.envato.com/ ), I’m sure they can verify the purchase somehow and help you download the item.
how to upload it for the wordpress? could you send me a wordpress conversion?
if not, could you refund the money to me? thanks
waiting for your early reply
This is not a WordPress theme and you haven’t even purchased it so why are you asking for a refund?
If you have purchased my theme with another user and feel it was misrepresented, feel free to contact the Envato support.
are you kidding? if i didn’t buy it , how could i download it?
this is my order number:27e906e9f75b11e39936b8ca3a6774f8
Well, the records here do not show a purchase from your user. If you have the license code then send an email to Envato Support. I’m sure they can help you with a refund if that’s what you want.
I’m sorry the theme didn’t meet your expectations
if you can help me to cover the theme to wordpress, then i no need to refund the money, can’t you?
Well, if you want a WordPress theme there’s a lot of work involved and I cannot help you. However, if you do have a WordPress blog and would like to use Conversion as a page inside that blog you can do so by watching this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0fyA4oKrvY&feature=youtu.be
This video is also posted on the item description.
This is as far as you can go with this template regarding WordPress.
I hope this helps
i saw it but i am an such idot at that programs. sorry, i need to contact someone to refund money to me
I cannot figure out how to get this installed. Do you have a service to instal for a fee? I watched the video but it is too complex for me.
Is a Responsive Version of this Conversion Landing Page template available?
Unfortunately there is not responsive version available.
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