Join the thousands of users who have downloaded the Instapage plugin for WordPress to seamlessly publish landing pages as a natural extension of your WordPress blog or website. All you have to do is select the ‘Push to WordPress’ publishing option within Instapage when you’re finished with your landing page. (Click the “Installation” tab for detailed upload instructions)
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- When publishing your landing page from Instapage, choose WordPress.
- Go to Plugins in your WordPress administration, click Add New, and search for “Instapage Plugin”.
- Now click at Install Now button.
- Click on Activate after upload has completed.
- Go to Settings and choose Instapage.
- Log into your Instapage account.
- Now you can Add a New Page.
- Select a Page from the dropdown that you want to create a URL for (only pages published to WordPress are available).
- Create a URL, hit publish, and you’re ready to promote your landing page!
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- If you get “Couldn’t connect to host” error during login process, contact your hosting provider and ask for increasing outgoing connection limits.
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- Bugfix: Handling errors that can happen when using fastCGI
- Restoring the new version landing page serving configuration.
- Bugfix: Fixed a bug related to plugin installation.
- Bugfix: HTTP 404 in some setups. Return to the previous landing page serving configuration.
- Improved security by adding more sanitization
- Added new required headers for future compatibility with Instapage Integration API
- Changed plugin name for WordPress from “Instapage WordPress Plugin” to “Instapage Plugin” from few files
- Added html escape protection
- Changed names of variables to be more unique
- Tested up to version increased
- Removed “Host” header from sent requests
- Changed api url
- Bugfix: Problems with proxying experiment cookie in some setups (experiment variation changes upon refresh)
- Increased Tested up to: 5.8.0
- Ensure plugin core compatibility with PHP 8.0,
- New toggle for selecting communication protocol when making a call to Instapage services (https/http),
- Supports Instapage Experiment cookie’s SameSite and Secure attributes
- Increased Tested up to: 5.7.1
- Bugfix: Problems with OG and meta tags when using alternative loading system (visible when sharing in social media)
- Bugfix: Rare error when using a specific set of plugins on Installed Plugins listing in WordPress admin
- Increased Tested up to: 5.4.0
- Added Custom experiences/dynamic text replacement alternative loading system
- Changed naming from subaccounts to workspaces
- Increased Tested up to: 5.3.1
- Bugfix: Custom experience display issues on WP Engine hosting
- Bugfix: Removing a PHP notice generated during the landing page display path
- Bugfix: CORS issue on Pantheon hosting
- Bugfix: Not working experiences on Pantheon hosting
- Bugfix: SSL related problems leading to not working landing pages
- Safe endpoints for serving pages
- Better detection of not accessible API
- Adjusted request limit during page loading
- Pageserver cookie type error fix
- Block plugin activation unless plugin requirements are met
- Add plugin requirements in plugin description
- Debug log model PHP compatibility fix
- Display an error message on “couldn’t connect to host” error
- Error reporting refactor
- Bugfix: SQL Errors in debug log
- Bugfix: CMS Plugins validaiton: Dots are not prohibited in slugs
- Bugfix: Long URI spreads the div over the screen
- Bugfix: CMS plugin loads the page even if additional dashes are in URL
- Bugfix: Drupal7/8 Double slash in domain URL on Edit page
- Bugfix: Error 500 when Drupal 7/8 is installed in subdirectory
- Bugfix: Typo in account disconnecting info
- Bugfix: Plugin multi-click publish & delete button issue
- CMS plugin slug validator optimization
- Plugin requirements & requirements check added
- CMS version added to debug log
- Bugfix: Drupal module does not load
- Bugfix: Drupal 8 Homepage & 404 Page does not load
- Plugin description updated
- ‘Tested up to’ field updated
- Fixed a bug with wrong variation serving
- Fixed Drupal JS and CSS aggregation problem
- Updated ‘Tested up to’ field
- Sending additional request headers to prevent caching
- Alternative method of passing Host parameter added
- Additional warning in diagnostic mode
- Fixed slug validator issue
- Installation improvement
- Fixed inaccurate status code issue
- Fixed problem with detection connected subaccount
- Fixed problem with email input error in login form
- Improved dynamic text replacement
- Improved plugin installation
- Changed coding style
- Improved signing in into plugin
- Improved installation on Drupal
- Changed workflow for unpublish page via plugin
- Changed page fetching endpoint
- Improved compatibility with plugins use knockout.js
- Improved handling big requests
- Improved displaying 404 page header status
- Changed fetch landing pages
- Fixed problem with broken dashboard
- Fixed problem with not displayed page listing
- Improved auto-migration
- Improved stability
- Improved compatibility with other plugins
- Workaround for displaying plugin’s link in sidebar
- Increased max length request limit
- Improved fetching big requests
- Improved slug detection method
- Improved fetching more than 50 pages
- Improved URL parsing
- Improved token validation
- Fixed publish link on dashboard
- unnecessary scripts removed from dashboard
- Compatibility with PHP >= 4.3
- Getting all pages ready for push
- Better parsing URL for homepage and 404 pages
- Cross origin proxy value fix
- PHP 5 compatibility fix
- DB Datetime fix