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You cannot use templates this way.
- Create the LP Template. This should only have images and layout cues.
- Create a Form using the Form editor. Approve the Form
- Create an LP based on the Template.
- Add the Form to the Page
- Approve the Page
If you want a responsive page, and the form to be responsive as well, AND have a unique form on the page, then you need to create a responsive LP TEMPLATE, embed the responsive form in the code of the responsive template. Then create create a landing page from that template with editable sections and it's own css file as well that overrides some of MKTO's crapy css...
Alot of mucking around, but when you get it right, very satisfying. I think MKTO work off the basis of; nothing worth having comes easy :/
Oh I forgot, on the LP you create from the template, you need to add a html widget/element that allows you to edit the editable sections you defined in the LP template.
Hi Julia — I'd love some more background on how you were able to do this. I created a responsive template, but am unable to get the form to place nicely. How exactly did you embed it within the template and still edit it on a page-by-page basis?