Standard petition [emailpetition id="1"]
We love SpeakOut! WordPress petition plugin!Read the Petition
You can also have a list of petitions that go to a single page but load a different petition on that page – try this: https://speakout.123host.net.au/speakout-demo/?petition=8. You can jump back to the original petition via this link https://speakout.123host.net.au/speakout-demo/?petition=1
The width can be changed in the shortcode [emailpetition id="1" width="100%"] and a petition can be centred like this [emailpetition id="1" class="aligncenter"] – see all the options on the advanced settings page
Want to promote your petition on another page? You can use shortcodes. For example Please sign our petition, our target is [signaturegoal id="1"], we have [signaturecount id="1"] so far. becomes
Please sign our petition, our target is 500, we have 306 so far.
You can display a list of signatures – names may repeat, but the email addresses are unique [signaturelist id="1"] There are options to display as a table (below) or as a list e.g. Robert A., Judy B., and the full surname can be displayed if preferred.
The number of signatures displayed per page is customisable.
|306||Ms. Gil L.||Oct 20, 2021|
|305||Ms. test t.||Oct 20, 2021|
|304||Mr. Josiah D.||Oct 19, 2021|
|303||Dr. Steve D.||Oct 19, 2021|
|302||Ms. Steve D.||Oct 04, 2021|
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You can also have multiple petitions on a page – notice that this one is set to not collect email addresses.
A completely different petitionRead the Petition
Perhaps you just want to display the petition title e.g. Sign our petition: [petitiontitle id="1"] becomes
Sign our petition: We love SpeakOut! WordPress petition plugin!
You can also display the petition message independently of the petition with [petitionmessage id="1"]
For more information on signature styling, see the FAQ