Pop-up Newsletter Sign-up on Homepage

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  • Gurudarshan Khalsa

    I want to know too

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  • Dawna Moore

    They said the coding for the pop-up would not work with the website.

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  • Owen Roth

    I was told it would work and tried it today. The popup worked but all images in all my galleries were then not visible. I removed the MailChimp code and then everything worked fine again. Photoshelter could you please look into this issue and fix it. 

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  • Nick Miners

    If you're having problems with this despite being told it would work, I'd recommend contacting PhotoShelter support on support@photoshelter.com - their staff don't read these forums regularly.

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  • Trevor Christensen

    I'm having this exact problem. Pretty pissed that there's not a solution.

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  • Nadine Mansfield

    I haven't been able to implement the pop up code for Mailchimp successfully (it crashed my site) 

     

    Photoshelter came back to me with this:

    "Thanks for checking in with us about this. The best place to enter in code for a pop up would be the HTML Head Code field of your general settings page. I have heard from other customers, though, that Mailchimp uses script tags for their pop ups. Unfortunately, script tags can cause conflicts with our templates, so you may not be able to add the code necessary. Sorry about that.

    If you'd be interested in exploring other options, I've seen a couple members use Opt In Monster to include pop up forms on their site: https://optinmonster.com/

    I'm sorry I don't have better news here, but please don't hesitate to let me know if you have any questions."

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