When choosing to create a landing page template, you can either select the Design Editor or the Code Editor.
When creating a template, it is important to choose a name which will identify your template when selecting the appropriate landing page.
Clicking on the advanced settings dropdown allows you to place the landing page into a folder.
When using the design editor to create your landing page template, you can either select a blank layout or a pre-existing theme. Once you have selected a layout or theme to work with, you can use the drag and drop editor to add a content element to your design.
When designing a landing page you can choose from the following elements:
- Text: Add a text box to your campaign design.
- Image: Add an image to your landing page. Browse through images that you have previously uploaded, import an image from another part of the web or search from a database of free photos which are available under Creative Commons License.
- Button: Add a button to your landing page to allow your landing page visitors to click through from your landing page to perform an action.
- Divider: Add a divider between different content elements of your landing page.
- Social: Add a social button to your landing page to allow users to click through to your social media accounts.
- Dynamic Content: Add a piece of content which adapts according to the user viewing the page.
- HTML: Add a line of HTML code to your landing page.
The code editor allows you to build up your landing page using HTML code. It is important that you have a good level of technical knowledge when creating a landing page in this way.