Logiforms Integration

HandL UTM Grabber / Tracker How to collect and track UTM variables via Logiforms step by step

Tracking UTMs in Logiform for embedded

Create custom text fields and make them hidden.

Here we show it for utm_campaign. However, your can track any parameters listed here Native WP Shortcodes

Make sure field name matches to our naming convention here Native WP Shortcodes

Export the embed code

Before we place the code into our website, we'll make one modification in the embed code. It is the params field, please see it below.

params				: decodeURIComponent(jQuery.param(handl_utm)),
<!-- logiforms.com integration code - copy and paste anywhere on your page -->
<script type="text/javascript">
var formscript =  '//cdn.logiforms.com/v3/build/ext/formProxy-min.js';
var head= document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0];
var script= document.createElement('script');
script.type = 'text/javascript';
script.src = formscript;
head.appendChild(script);
window.formproxyS2=true;

window.addForm = function(){
FormProxy = new FormProxy({
	// user editable
	resizeOnDemand		: true,
   scrollTop           : true,
	height				: 500,
	width				: '100%',
	scrolling			: 'no',
	marginWidth			: 0,
	marginHeight		: 0,
	frameborder			: 0,
	vspace				: 2,
	hspace				: 2,
	params				: decodeURIComponent(jQuery.param(handl_utm)),
	// system properties
   cookieRedirect      : false,
   formviewid          : 0,
	hid					: 393948,
	fid					: 86172,
	eid					: 80784,
	eid2				: 21,
	secureform			: 0,
	rootformurl			: 'https://forms.logiforms.com/',
	mode				: 'standard',
	target				: 'lfform-placeholder'
});
}
</script>

<div id="lfform-placeholder"></div>
<!-- end logiforms.com integration code -->

Embed the code in your WP

After you embed, it will look like this

Now you can test it...

If everything went well, you should see the UTMs, traffic source and all the other parameters in the backend.