Looking for some creative ways to spice up your Pardot forms? In this post, I will show you how to implement the popular floating label technique in three easy steps. I will also show you how to turn your long drop down menus into user-friendly, searchable dropdowns.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to turn the default Pardot email preference page into a preference page that matches your brand. You will learn how to customize everything including the header, footer, form, and text.
The Salesforce Spring ‘19 release is quickly approaching and soon you’ll be able to take advantage of exciting new features and functionality. Here is a recap of 7 of my favorite features in the Salesforce Spring ’19 release, including pinned lists, lightning web components, customized help menu and more.
Your Pardot forms don’t have to be boring. With a little extra CSS you can create beautiful Pardot forms with customized checkboxes and radio buttons. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how you can style checkboxes and radio buttons within Pardot forms with minimal coding.
Can my Pardot email be responsive? Why doesn’t my background image appear in Outlook? Can Pardot emails be drag & drop? I get asked these questions a lot from Pardot users and see them posted frequently in the Trailblazer Community. Let’s dive into these questions as well as other common Pardot email template questions.
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