Where can I get the raw form code for emma sign up forms?

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Raw html, no js?
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Good morning! There isn’t a way really to grab the raw HTML for a signup form. What you could do is place the url for your signup form in a browser tab and then view the page source pulling the code from this page/view.

Hopefully this helps, but please let me know if you have any questions.
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OrgSpring

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Thanks Tyler. I think we're all good now.
I'm working on an API connection and will post that when it's done.
Craig
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Trying to access the HTML code for a signup form (classic form) to integrate with....

I'm trying to access the HTML code for a signup form which is a classic form. When I publish the form, I get code for iframes, javascript, a link to the form, etc., but not just the HTML. I need the plain old HTML so that I can integrate with the opt-in feature in a Wordpress theme. I've tried using the MyEmma plugin for Wordpress instead of using the theme's built-in opt in feature, and the My Emma one unfortunately looks really bad and does not work with the site design. So... how can I access this code? Thanks!
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I've searched high and low for an ESP that works for me. I think I've found what I need with Emma and am currently on the trial version and love it, but not being able to get the html code for opt-ins is a deal breaker. I use a custom opt-in plugin for my website that is designed so that the look and feel is consistent. Any updates on being able to provide html code? Thanks!
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Lori Schulthess Hardegree

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it's a deal breaker here too. Both for me using it personally and for recommending to clients. I've yet to come across another provider that will not give the HTML so I am at a complete loss as to why this is an issue here?
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Lori Schulthess Hardegree

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it's a deal breaker here too. Both for me using it personally and for recommending to clients. I've yet to come across another provider that will not give the HTML so I am at a complete loss as to why this is an issue here? Just this one thread shows people have been asking for this update for a couple of years.