New ‘Blank’ Opt-In Form Templates & How to Use Them
Are you one of those people who like to customize every element in the opt-in form?
In that case, you'll love the new blank templates we added to the library!
Let me show you when and how to use these templates.
A Blank Canvas to Go Wild.
In the newest version of Thrive Leads, we added blank templates to the library.
For every type of opt-in form, you’re now able to select the blank template and start building your opt-in from scratch.
This template has no pre-formatted content. It’s up to you to add any element you want.
Why Should You Use a Blank Template?
When using one of the pre-designed templates from the library, the opt-in form loads with custom CSS.
Rather than trying to erase or override this, you should start from a blank template.
A blank template will automatically use the CSS of your theme. This means that all text elements you add to the opt-in form will have the same typography and thus the same look and feel of your overall website.
This also means that there are no new fonts to be loaded with the opt-in form, which can give you a slight speed advantage.
I hope you like this newest addition to our growing collection of templates. If you have any questions about this or any feedback to share, please leave a comment below!
Since switching over from Thrive Content Builder to Thrive Architect, the blank templates have changed slightly.
They are 100% empty, without opt-in form.
In order to add an opt-in form, simply drag a "lead generation" element on the canvas.