Add ConvertKit forms to your Showit website in a few easy steps.
This video demonstrates how to embed a ConvertKit mailing list form on your Showit website so that it pulls in the styles of your existing template.
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Adding a ConvertKit form to your Showit website
- Login to your ConvertKit account.
- Select Form > Simple Form.
- Add/edit any necessary form fields. In the Style area, we usually make sure the form is “naked” so it doesn’t have as many ConvertKit styles.
- In your Showit account, find/create the embed code box where your form will live on your website, and paste in the code from ConvertKit.
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And so if you know how to code and you want to get fancy with things like that’s a great option for you. But if you want something more simple, it’s easy to just grab this form right here. You can also set some of the styles for your form. I’m in this style section right here, and I usually make sure that my form is naked so that it doesn’t have as many styles from ConvertKit. And then you can also add more CSS options right here. So back to embed: I’m going to copy this code and then we’re going to head over to Showit and I’m going to scroll down and I’m going to have a new canvas and then we’ll come down to this option right here, and look for the embed code and then we’ll come up to the right and click on this embed info.
And then right here, all you have to do is paste in your code and save. And there’s your form! Depending on the template that you’re using and the form that you’re embedding, the styles that you see in the Showit editor might look different when you actually launch your site or hit preview. So if you scroll down here, you can see that my template has a few built-in styles right here to make it a different font. And so that’s just something to keep in mind as you’re embedding your form. So that’s it for embedding a form from ConvertKit. If you liked this video, make sure you subscribe to our Youtube channel. And if you have any questions about this video, let us know in the comments. You can also request a tutorial by using the form on our website over at daveyandkrista.com/showit.