We currently use marketo Landing page templates with fully custom code which includes responsive features and an embeded marketo form. The reason we do this all via code, is due to an issue we commonly encounter with marketo forms applied from the landing page editor. Placement of LP forms from the editor result in the form moving around the page unpredictably and pushing it out of alignment.
Yes, but that's a hack. It would make more sense to use a named Form element and just ensure that it goes inside the container you want. It's true that free-form templates (I'm assuming you're using FFLPTs still) are kind of painful as they use absolute positioning.
If you post a link to 2 URLs, one with the embedded form placed in the desired container and one with the Form element, I'll give you boilerplate code to make sure a Form element goes where you want.
Thank you Sanford! Here is the LP:
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Also, you indicated that it was possible, even though the solution is technically considered a hack, would you mind sharing how to go about it?
It is urgent, IMHO, that you replace you old legacy free-form Landing page templates with Guided LP, that will be natively responsive and will not allow the approximate placement of objects and forms. And it also solve your tracking problem.
Ah, I wasn't aware of the separate landing page type. Been doing custom templates as a solution for so long I must have missed the option!