For those who work with a web design company, or who wish to tailor their landing pages beyond the capabilities of the WYSIWYG editor, Quoox provides the ability to upload a complete custom landing page package.
To upload your package, click the Upload Package button on the landing page tab of the Campaign editor.
This will display the upload dialog, below:
Uploading a custom HTML landing page
To upload your landing page, provide the name for the landing page and the content (in the form of a zip file).
The zip file should be a traditional .zip file (i.e. not 7z or gzip etc.). It should contain the html file in the root of the zip, with the extension .htm or .html. The prefix is unimportant. If your zip file contains multiple htm files, the first found in the index will be used.
The zip file must be no more than 2Mb compressed size.
You may include additional assets in the zip, such as images and css files. These may be in sub-folders, if you wish.
Quoox does not permit or support active scripts, such as asp, .net, or PHP.
Any assets provided with the file must be referenced relatively within the html file. Avoid using superflous “./” prefixes. When processing the html file, Quoox will automatically insert a <BASE> tag into the header, so that the asset files may be correctly located.
Additionally you may, of course, reference assets from your own domains or from CDNs.
Linking to the sign-up page
When you upload your own custom HTML landing page, you need to take care of providing links to open the popup sign-up page. The route you take the user to get to this point is obviously at your discretion, but clear “click to signup” buttons are generally recommended.
If you look at any campaign landing page, it will be something similar to:
The URL for your custom booking form is a modified version of the above:
- Change the “l” to a “b“
- Strip off all but the first set of letters/numbers following the “l”
You can test your URL by copying-and-pasting it in your browser. If you’d like help, please contact us.
Once you have determined your correct URL, your web developer can then embed this within a frame in your website. We suggest a frame size of 700 x 550 pixels.
Any leads or appointments generated from your embedded form will appear in Quoox against your default campaign.
Linking to a specific campaign and hook
If you wish to link your sign-ups to a specific campaign, landing page, and hook, this is also possible.
Setup your campaign, upload your landing page, and configure a hook (that links to the desired landing page).
Download the hook information, and open the HTML file. The page will contain a link for your hook.
The URL for the sign-up page linked to that campaign, landing page, and hook is the same as above, but with replacing the l with a b.
If you would like help in determining your correct URL, please contact us.