If you wish to publish your Leadpages on your own server, you have two options, depending on the nature of your website.
Option 1: Publish your Leadpages to your WordPress site.
To publish your Leadpages to your WordPress site, you can use our plugin. Please see instructions on installing the plugin and publishing your pages to WordPress here: Installing The WordPress Plugin.
Option 2: Publish your Leadpages as HTML pages on your server.
Warning: Please do not use domain masking or domain redirecting to publish your Leadpages to your domain. Pages published in this way may not function correctly, and we will not be able to support pages that have been published using domain masking or domain redirecting.
Our step-by-step guide:
Step 1: Navigate to the Publishing options for your Leadpage.
You can access your Leadpages’ publishing options by clicking its title in your list of pages, as shown here:
Step 2: Choose the "Publish on another server" option, and click "Download HTML".
This will download the HTML file for your page. Typically, you would want to save the file in the folder where you have the offline version of your website.
PLEASE NOTE: Most systems open HTML files in your standard web browser by default. To view the actual code for your page, you may need to open the HTML file in a text editor of your choice.
Step 3: Rename the file as needed.
If you'd like the file to reside at the root of your domain-such as at http://yourdomain.com, then you would rename the file to "index.html" in most cases.
Step 4: Upload your file using your usual FTP interface (such as Filezilla) to wherever you wish to have it on your server.
Your Leadpage is now online on your domain and you can link to it or redirect other files to it as needed. If you have specific questions about how to upload your file to your server, you are encouraged to reach out directly to your web hosting support directly.
As you make any changes to your Leadpage within the Page Editor, they will be automatically reflected on your server, without the need to republish.
In other words, you will not need to upload the new version of your Leadpages again.
PLEASE NOTE: The "Export Full HTML Sources" option is different than the "Download HTML" option. Exporting the full HTML of your pages will allow you to edit the page code directly, but will prevent you from being able to edit your Leadpages within the Leadpages Editor. Leadpages Analytics and Split Testing are also not available for pages published using the "Full HTML Sources" option, and any changes you make to the code of your page are not supported by Leadpages. By using the "Export Full HTML Sources" option, you assume full responsibility for your page.
Please let us know if you have additional questions.
You can always file a support ticket if you have additional questions by clicking the Support button in your dashboard shown here or clicking here to file a support ticket.