Introducing the Form Style Generator for Pardot Forms

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Easily style and customize your Pardot lead forms by using this Form Style Generator for Pardot Forms. With only a couple of clicks you can customize every aspect of your Pardot form including: button color, label positioning and text color, no coding required.

How it Works

1. Create a new form in Pardot

The form style generator will pull in the default styles.

2. Go to the Style Generator

Customize the look of your form using the fields on the left side. A preview of your form will show on the right side.

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3. Copy the CSS

Copy the CSS that is generated and navigate to your Pardot form.

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4. Paste the CSS into your Pardot form layout template

Navigate to Marketing > Forms > Layout Templates and select the layout to add the form styles to. Paste the CSS at the top of the Form tab and save.

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Questions?

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  • Online Math Program

    07/09/2016 at 12:07 pm
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    Has Pardot changed this feature? I don't see where to copy the CSS within the style generator. Thanks for the help!

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