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Here's a Step by Step Guide to adding Javascript into Pages: Step 1: Log into WordPress Step 2: Navigate to whichever page you want to add the scripts onto. Step 3a: If you have some kind of Page Builder you'll need to click the "Basic Editor" button or something similar so you get the Default WordPress Editor which looks like this: Step 3b: Once you ...


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The quick and dirty way (but less dirty than page by page edits) would be a shortcode: function my_sharpspring() { $str = <<<EOD <!-- SharpSpring Form for General Contact Form --> <script type="text/javascript"> var ss_form = {'account': 'MzQ3NTM0MwQA', 'formID': 'S0syMjA2SjLTTUsyMNE1STU10rVMNUvRNUk0NjCwMDS0SDM2AAA'}; ss_form.width = ...


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Hi @MsManiya: Here's what I could find for WordPress+CRM: SlipFire's WP-CRM Cregy CRM for WordPress (also) Customer Relationship Management WP Plugin Salesforce to Lead Plugin for WordPress WordPress integration with Tactile CRM CRM Tags on WordPress.org Support


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The only project I know that is viable is rolopress, download it and see what you can adjust. FYI I have a related question open here: http://webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/9530/does-a-free-personal-relationship-system-exist-out-there/9545#9545 but for a PRM. But the thing you are looking for is I think not a CRM system but a PM/software project ...


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WP is not really interested in what you add to the url string. But you could extract the url with native php functions and add your parts to the global wp_query; object using add_query_arg(). Then you can receive it via get_query_var() anywhere you need it. You could also use a hook to do the adding-job: function wpse42947_add_query_vars( $vars ) { ...



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