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The 2nd part of the form customization series is finally here! In part 1, I showed you how to implement the popular floating label technique and how to create searchable, user-friendly dropdowns. In this post, I will show you how to create a conversational, paragraph-style form and how to create a form on a single line.
Gravity Forms is one of the easiest tools to create advanced forms for your Wordpress website and with some customization they can be integrated with Pardot. In this post, I will show you how to integrate Gravity Forms using Pardot Form Handlers.
Do you know you can turn any email template into a Pardot email template? With a couple of modifications to the HTML, you can have a fully functional Pardot email template which allows you to remove, edit and duplicate sections. In this tutorial, I will show you how to take any free, responsive email template and turn it into a Pardot email template.
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.