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Publish your Lead Page


Step-by-step guide

  1. Open your Lead Page in the builder by clicking the pencil icon next to it in your list of pages. 
  2. Click Publish or the Update down_angle menu then click “Publish Options”.
  3. Use your Leadpages Domain URL or choose additional publishing options (which are outlined below).

Publish settings

Under the first tab in the publish options modal, you can view your page’s default URL (hosted on our severs at your Leadpages Domain). You can also choose to prevent search engines from indexing your page and configure a redirect.

Other publishing options

On the second tab, you’ll find three additional options for publishing your page:

NOTE: You only need to download the WordPress connector plugin once. To get the latest version, you’ll need to navigate to Integrations › Plugins in your account (only Version 1 is available via the publishing options within the builder). For more details, see: Migrating from Previous WordPress Plugin Versions.

Facebook and Instagram Ads

Easily build ads, place pixels, and reach the right people with our unique Facebook ad builder that lets you quickly publish Facebook and Instagram ads right from within Leadpages.

Click here to learn more about creating and publishing Facebook ads in Leadpages.

Share page template

This tab is where you can access a unique link to share your customized template with other Leadpage users. For our full guide on sharing pages, check out Share your customized Lead Pages.

Frequently asked questions

I can't publish my page. What's up?

If you are trying to publish but the builder seems to continue to load. It's possible you're experiencing a browser caching issue. We'd recommend you try publishing in an incognito window or clearing your cache.

If you're receiving an error that reads, "To accept credit card payments with the checkout widget, connect your account with Stripe," it's likely that you've chosen a template with pre-designed pop-ups containing checkout widgets. Not using them? Either remove the checkout widget from the pop-ups or delete the pop-ups and create your own by following the steps shown below.

If you receive an error that reads, "There was an error when publishing your page. Please try again," the first step is to make sure there aren't any unused pop-ups sitting in the background of your page. Delete those dormant pop-ups and try to publish/update your page.


Duplicate or delete the form widget on your page and try to publish/update your page.


(Updated February 11, 2019)

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 at the top-right corner of your account dashboard or by clicking here to file a support ticket

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