1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 12, 2018 11:52 AM by Sanford Whiteman

    Can you embed a Marketo newsletter or landing page html code into external page without using an iframe?

    Cameron Mackenzie

      Hey guys. Is there an easy way to embed the html code of a landing page into a web page?  Currently we're using an iframe on our website to embed our newsletter on a page on our website, but we recently switched from http to https and now the newsletter url is being blocked from appearing in the iframe.  We're currently looking into an SSL certificate from Marketo, but in the meantime I need a quick fix to be able to display our newsletter on our webpage.  I attempted to put the newsletter html code on the page, and while it does display it doesn't look right with a myriad of style issues.  Is there an easier way to embed a Market newsletter or landing page code onto another web page?

      Thanks!

        • Re: Can you embed a Marketo newsletter or landing page html code into external page without using an iframe?
          Sanford Whiteman

          Kind of a strange question. HTML is HTML, and you can put the inner HTML of a Marketo LP inside the <html></html> of any other page.

           

          Of course if any relatively-referenced CSS, JS, and images don't exist on the other site, those are all going to break. And you're going to inherit the CSS and code of the other site, which most likely will wreak havoc on the newly pasted code -- unless the other site had no scripts or styles at all to begin with.

           

          There's no way to magically avoid these results, you can only fix the conflicts afterward.

           

          Now, the other thing you can do is load the IFRAME from your non-branded, but secure, LP domain: the link will look like https://na-ab13.marketo.com/lp/AAA-BBB-CCC/unsubscribepage.html. Substitute your Munchkin ID for "AAA-BBB-CCC" and your pod id for the "na-ab13" (for example, if your instance is on app-sj03 use "na-sj03").  However, while going back to an IFRAME remedies all the styling concerns, if you do this you will need to add additional JS on the outer page and inner page in order to restore tracking, since the cookie will not automatically be shared between .snowboundsoftware.com and .marketo.com.