Page Settings

"The Settings" menu contains the key components of personalizing and managing your page. Here you can modify your background, set default fonts, implement SEO, and more.


Note that some tabs that were previously part of the Settings menu have been moved into the new Experience Manager.


From this menu section, you can connect your CRM integrations to your form(s), in order to send the leads collected by your landing page directly to your list.

You can check out the article linked above for all of the available integrations and guides to connecting them. 

Page Background

By clicking on the Background Button, you'll be able to select preloaded quality backgrounds or create your own by choosing the "customize background" button shown below.



By clicking on the Fonts button, you'll be able to choose from a series of beautiful Google web fonts we've hand-picked. You can also choose from the rest of the Google Fonts library and all the fonts from Adobe Typekit and personalize your landing page even more.


Conversion Goals

The Conversion Goals panel allows you to have control over what should the system count as a conversion.

You can track these as conversions:




By clicking on the Analytics Button, you can add to your page IDs from Google Ads, Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel and Google Tag Manager, for tracking purposes. 


You can check out the articles below to find instructions for connecting all of the above:



By clicking on the HTML/CSS button, you'll be able to enter custom HTML and CSS into a simple code editor. Only use this advanced feature if you're confident in what you're doing as it will affect your page.




By clicking on the JavaScript button you'll be able to enter custom Javascript into a simple code editor. Only use this advanced feature if you're confident in what you're doing as it can affect your page.



Page History

By clicking on the Page History Button you'll be able to see previously saved versions of your landing page. This comes in handy if you'd like to revert to an old design that you may have liked better.