RSVPify's embed tool is designed to work across all major web browser and web builder platforms. Depending on the web builder platform and selected template, however, some settings may need to be adjusted for your embedded for to work properly. Here's some troubleshooting tips for successfully embedding your RSVPify form on a Squarespace website:

Note that the SquareSpace's embedding feature is limited to its business plan tier. For wedding hosts, we recommend WIX for your wedding website.

  • In Squarespace, be sure you're using a 'Code Block' widget. Paste your RSVPify embed code within this block.
  • In this code block, be sure to select HTML and uncheck the "display source" option. (NOTE: Squarespace only runs HTML through the code block even though JS is an option on the dropdown list.)
  • Disable Ajax loading as this can prevent your RSVPify form from properly loading and/or cause intermittent load issues on some browsers and devices. To learn how to disable Ajax loading in Squarespace, click here.
  • Enable HTTPS (SSL) embed code. If your Squarespace website uses SSL (https://), you will need to be sure you're using the SSL-enabled version of the RSVPify embed code. Enable the 'My website uses an SSL (HTTPS://) connection' option in RSVPify, and re-copy and past your embed code.

Note that in the case of IE and Safari, these browsers natively restrict cookies from 3rd-party embedded tools -- and, depending on your browser settings and any security plugins that may be enabled, some users may have issues with an embedded form in these two browsers. We do recommend including a link directly to your RSVPify form if guests do seem to be having trouble with the embed on your website.

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