Embedded forms inherit your website's style sheet, so the form may look different in Mailchimp than it does on your website.
If your site uses SSL encryption, our embedded and pop-up forms will support it.
To prevent fake signups, you can enable reCAPTCHA confirmation to your form in your audience settings.
This is an advanced feature and is recommended for users familiar with custom coding. Contact your developer, or hire a Mailchimp Expert if you need assistance.
Generate embedded form code
The embedded form builder lets you customize what appears on your form and its general layout. There are four layout and design pages:
These options let you choose which audience fields appear in your embedded form.
This option lets you assign tags to any contact who signs up through this form.
These options let you choose whether or not to include a referral badge and which style to use.
Once you’ve customized the embedded form to your liking, you can generate the form code to add it to your site.
To get the form code to add to your site, follow these steps.
If you have more than one audience, click the Current audience drop-down and choose the one you want to work with.
Click Signup forms.
Select Embedded forms.
Click Copy Code.
Paste the code into your website where you want the form to appear.
Mailchimp also offers a pop-up signup form. Create your signup form and set pop-up parameters that trigger your form to display in a pop-up modal after someone visits your website.
Add form to third-party website
Many third-party website platforms make it easy to embed Mailchimp signup forms. Check your website provider's support page for guidance if your platform isn't listed here.
GDPR form fields are the first step in the process of GDPR compliance. After you enable GDPR fields for your audience, they'll appear on all the forms associated with that audience, including embedded, hosted, pop-up, and landing page forms.