Get started below!

Choose a template

You’ll need to start with a template to get going. Here’s how to choose a plan and start building:

  1. Navigate to Landing Pages in the navigation menu and click the “Create New Landing Page” button in the top-right corner.
  2. Filter by page type, industry, style, color, or browse the entire collection.
  3. Click on “Start Building” to begin or “Preview” to review your options. After selecting a template, give your project a name.
  4. Once you have chosen a template, name your page, then click Continue.

Edit your page content.

Each template comes with pre-designed sections containing ready-to-use widgets. You can customize your page by editing, reordering, deleting, or adding new content.

With their builder, you don’t have to worry about losing your progress. Your modifications are automatically saved in real-time.

In case of any errors, there’s a variety of undo options available. Moreover, if you already possess a Leadpages site, landing page, or pop-up, you can effortlessly copy and paste sections onto your new landing page.

Additionally, utilizing section templates allows you to seamlessly integrate a new section into a page without creating it from scratch.

Edit widgets

Click on any widget to access its settings and edit its content. Note that many widgets, including buttons, can contain text.

NOTE: Many widgets, including buttons, can contain text. Replace any placeholder text with your own by clicking on it and starting typing.

Each widget also provides various customization and styling options.

Other customization options

Each template is divided into various parts, columns, and rows that you can change to customize your page further.

Leadpages Drag And Drop Builder.

I’d like to provide a structured overview of the Leadpages drag-and-drop builder from my perspective:

  1. Introduction to Leadpages Editor: When you dive into the Leadpages editor, it feels familiar, especially if you’ve used a WordPress page builder before.
  2. User Interface:
    • On the right side of the screen, you’re greeted with a live preview of your page.
    • Meanwhile, the left sidebar is your hub for accessing various tools and features.
  3. Widgets:
    • Widgets are the fundamental building blocks of your page.
    • These widgets allow you to add elements like opt-in forms or buttons to your page effortlessly.
  4. Page Layout:
    • The Page Layout tab is where you create the foundational grid layout of your page using rows and columns.
  5. Page Styles:
    • Within the Page Styles tab, you have the power to customize fonts, background images, and more to match your branding and design preferences.
  6. Page Tracking:
    • The Page Tracking section enables you to configure basic SEO settings, such as meta titles.
    • It also facilitates the integration of tracking and analytics codes, such as Facebook Pixel and Google Analytics.
  7. Widget-Specific Settings:
    • Each widget you use comes with its unique settings that you can access and configure.
  8. User-Friendly Interface:
    • While not as free-form as the Instapage builder, the Leadpages editor is notably flexible.
    • For instance, relocating an element is as simple as dragging it to a new location.
    • You can also use drag and drop to adjust column widths with ease.
  9. No Coding Required:
    • An important feature of the Leadpages editor is that it’s entirely code-free.
    • Even if you have zero coding experience, you can create visually appealing and effective landing pages effortlessly.

In summary, the Leadpages drag-and-drop builder offers a user-friendly interface with essential tools for designing and customizing your web pages. It’s a great choice, particularly if you want to create professional landing pages without the need for coding skills.

Set up a Form

To gather opt-ins on your page, it’s essential to have at least one form widget. Typically, templates come with a default opt-in form, often found within an on-page pop-up. Here’s a guide on locating and customizing your page’s form:

Form settings

Step 1: Search for a call to action, typically represented by a button. Note that numerous templates feature multiple calls to action.

Step 2: Hover over the call to action and select Edit Pop-Up (or click the call to action and then the link icon).

Step 3: After opening the pop-up, hover over the form and choose Edit Integrations (or click any part of the form to access its settings).

Step 4: Navigate through the three tabs: INTEGRATIONS, FIELDS, and ACTIONS, to modify your form’s settings. Once you’re done, click Save & Close.


Attaching a lead magnet

You can encourage visitors to subscribe to your page by providing a lead magnet.

Thank You Page settings

As a standard procedure, individuals who complete a form on your landing page will be redirected to a standard thank you page. I suggest crafting a personalized thank you page to enhance the experience for those interacting with your opt-in page.

Publish your page

Click the Preview button before publishing your page to see it in action—you can even check that it looks okay on mobile devices.


TIP:To create a customized design for different devices, use device-specific displays to build mobile-only sections of your page.

When you’re done, Click Publish to make it public! Each page you publish will have its URL in your Leadpages Domain (hosted by us). The simplest way to distribute your page is to use that URL, but you can also publish it to your own server or WordPress site.

Test your page

I usually recommend running a test before publishing your page to the public. Check out the video below that shows you how to test your page properly.

Create a Campaign or Funnel