Try This First!

The VERY first thing to do is to make sure that you have added a product to your Infusionsoft order form.
Infusionsoft does not load the custom code sections if no product is added to the order form.

If you create a new Infusionsoft order form, and just add the Spiffy code – skipping the step of adding a product to the form – the Infusionsoft order from will not load the custom code, and therefore will not load Spiffy.

If you've added a product to your Infusionsoft order form and Spiffy STILL isn't loading, try this:

Creating a new Infusionsoft order form theme is simple, but if you already have custom code on your Infusionsoft order form, please be sure to have a backup of your custom code before you switch to a new theme on your order form.

Please watch the video above to see how to change your Infusionsoft order form  theme  step-by-step.

Why Do I Need To Create A  New Infusionsoft Order Form Theme?

If you have been using Infusionsoft for longer than 3 years, you may have noticed that some of your order forms look different than others. That is actually because you are using the older version of the Infusionsoft order form.  (Newer Infusionsoft customers only have the new version.)

Even if you have created a new order form recently, it is still most likely the old version of the order form because the version is set by the order form theme being used on the order form.  So, if you create a new order form, but are still using an old theme, you will still be generating the old version of the Infusionsoft order form.

A little over 3 years ago Infusionsoft updated their PayPal integration and made some other changes to how the order form works. So, although the differences are small to the eye, they do work differently. Spiffy is designed to work with both the old and new versions order forms, but works best with the new version.

Getting your order forms to use the new version of the order form is simple, all you have to do is create a new theme and edit the theme your order form is using.

Step-by-Step Instructions: 

  • Create a new theme. (so you know that it’s new)
  • Under  Ecommerce  Setup – Under the column labeled “Design“ (first row, 2nd column) click “Order Form Themes“.
  • Click the Green Button that says “Create a New Theme“.
  • Make sure “One-Column” is selected, scroll down and under “Choose a Theme“, click the blue “Use this theme” link on the first option.
  • Name your new theme something unique like “Spiffy 2017” and click save.
  • Delete the default logo in the new Infusionsoft order form theme you just created, and leave everything else as the default settings.
  • Now we will change the theme on the actual order form settings.
IMPORTANT: Create a backup of any custom code – copy and save all Custom HTML in your order form before switching the theme.
  • Under  Ecommerce  Setup – Under the column labeled “Checkout”(first row, 3rd column) click “Order Forms“
  • Find the order form you are editing and click on the order form name to edit.
  • In the order form settings, the 2nd tab is labeled “Themes”. Click on the “Themes“ Tab.
  • Find the new theme we just created, “Spiffy 2017”, and click on the blue “Make Active” link for the new theme.
  • Paste back all your custom HTML into the order form.
NOTE: Switching themes on an order form, erases the custom code. That is why the 2nd bullet is IMPORTANT! :) Be sure to backup any custom code before switching themes.

And you are all set! You will now be  using   to  the newest version of the Infusionsoft order form.

I am seeing random numbers on my form, or my form is loading a blank page on mobile
This is usually due to the use of the Grammarly browser extension, when creating Spiffy forms. The Grammarly extension is quite an intrusive browser plugin that injects quite a bit of unwanted code, into your builder elements. This code can cause numbers to appear throughout your form (a 1 here, a 2 there, random placement), and can cause the forms to load as a blank page on mobile. To correct this, you will want to disable your Grammarly plug-in, and inspect all of your element code by clicking on each element in the builder, clicking it's ' < >' button to open the code editor and removing the sections of Grammarly Extension code, if they are present, publishing your form after it is all removed. Here is an example of what the unwanted Grammarly code that you will want to look for and remove:

Spiffy recommends not using the Grammarly extension on your browser, as it can cause issues with Spiffy, Infusionsoft email/landing page builders, and even issues when editing your own website.
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