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    Code conflict

    I'm trying to install a newsletter sign-up form from AWeber on a WordPress site. There seems to be a conflict between the form code and the theme code, so that the "Thank you" page does not display after a user has filled out the form. AWeber support says the WordPress code they suspect is causing the problem is:
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    [10:27:58 AM] <div id=''lp_container'' class=''''><div id=''lp_container_noform'' class='' link-click-tracking''></div>
    I have no idea where to find this in the wordpress files. Any clues?

    Here's the page in question
    http://www.cawseandeffect.com/go/top...ts-make-using/
    Paul C.
    ClickBasics
    http://www.clickbasics.com

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    If its a commercial theme the developers really should support these issues and help you fix them as they are the experts.

    What you could do is create a new widget area for the form and add the Aweber code to a text widget in the new widget area.

    The code for this would depend on whether your theme includes action hooks for the after content area.


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