Trying to get an answer from tech support, but they keep answering wrong.
I understand that you can only have the plugin installed on one site.
However, I have a multisite install and want to use the plugin on only one site of the multisite install.
I have mydomain.com/othersite1, mydomain.com/othersite2, etc.
I want to install the plugin on mydomain.com (not any of the other sites).
Anyone have any success getting this installed on a multisite install?
So with this set-up you are only installing 1 instance of the wordpress plug-in, correct?
I am only installing one instance, but it is being installed on a WP multisite install. The WP multisite install is a different database configuration from a normal single WP install.
Hey Jeff, We spoke with one of our team members who confirmed that the new Wordpress plug-in has not been tested in a multisite installation, as it was designed currently for a single wordpress site setup. The member that we spoke with said that he doubts it would function correctly, based on the configuration set for a multisite installation.
Ok - thanks. That’s the experience I’ve had, but wanted to make sure it was the plugin and not something within my configuration.
I would recommend putting that on the ‘help’ pages of Infusionsoft and even on the wordpress.org plugin page itself, just so people know.
Good call on this. I have updated our help guide page to include this in the initial *inform warning, and will be pinging our developer in charge of the plugin page to add this. Thanks for sharing your outcome in testing this.
Hi I’m using the Infusionsoft official Wordpress plugin to opt-in leads in two different wordpress websites. I create an Opt-In Form (opinform1) in site1 and set an WordPress Opt-In goal (wpopin1) in campaign1 then I create a second Opt-In Form (opinform2) in site2 and set an WordPress Opt-In goal (wpopin2) in campaign2.
The problem is that when I create the second Opt-In Form (opinform2) in site2 the first WordPress Opt-In goal (wpopin1) in campaign1 is overriden and the campaign1 gets in error.
Is there a way to use Infusionsoft official Wordpress plugin in different websites?
I have the same problem. I have one main site, then several product specific sites. The Infusionsoft WordPress Plug-in works well, however, not on more than one site.
There is now a notice on the help page. Unfortunately, the design doesn’t make any sense.
This plug-in needs to be a high priority to fix. The plug-in works great. If they could just add a domain name to the table of forms then I don’t mind sorting through a longer list in campaigns.
i’m having the same issues that i cannot link with 1 site in a multisite wordpress setup.
The plugin does not work with multi-site. Single installs only.
I just hit this issue and now need to figure out a work-around. It does not make sense to me that there would be this restriction. Can we have a fix prioritized so that this is no longer an issue? Operating over multiple sites with the same campaign integration is a significant need. The opt-in plugin works well, however I am going to have to figure out an alternative method to have uniformity across my sites without a fix for this. Opportunity missed.
This is where LeadPages has outshined Infusionsoft in that they have multiple places and means in which to install an Opt-in plug in on your websites. I’m ridiculously disappointed here.