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  1. Good afternoon everyone, I am 24 and I just started my first website (yay me, right) and I had a small question in regards to PHP. I am editing a Wordpress template (don't worry i've already made a child theme and copied the header.php), but I want to add (embed) an HTML form (I am using MailChimp as my newsletter & mailing service) into my header.php I am unsure which way to go about this problem and I wanted some excellent advice from the pros (you all!). After researching the problem I have concluded there are two ways to accomplish this (remember I am a newbie and there are probably more ways to accomplish this task, ha ha). 1. Use the PHP Command - Echo to write the code into the header.php but I feel that would be a lot of Echo commands (and it may not be because I don't know very much about PHP). 2. Create a new function.php file that houses my "Newsletter Form" and use PHP to call that function (and now that I am typing this, it probably isn't a "function" file and its named something else) into my header.php and have it display that way. This is my website: www.hulkapps.com The "Newsletter Form" should appear under the site description ("We Make College Easier"). Thank you in advance for all responses, and taking the time to read my post. Have a great day, Ben @ HulkApps
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