If you use Ontraport’s Ontrapages and the newest landing page builder designed by Ontraport, then you might be wondering if it’s possible to use AccessAlly shortcodes?
The short answer is yes!
You can use any AccessAlly shortcode, as long as you host the Ontrapage on your AccessAlly WordPress installation. That way, AccessAlly can be used to display different content based on tags, and all of the other cool stuff you might expect from AccessAlly’s shortcodes.
You can use AccessAlly shortcodes to fill in the person’s name, or create conditional content blocks within Ontrapages.
Adding Shortcodes in Ontraport
There is not built-in shortcode adder inside of the Ontraport Landing Page builder, since it is entirely housed within Ontraport’s ecosystem.
To add shortcodes you’ll want to use the WordPress classic editor to generate the specific code, or refer to the full list of shortcodes and copy and paste the code onto your Ontrapage.