How to use custom CSS and JavaScript in ClickFunnels?

One of the main reasons why ClickFunnels lands among the top digital marketing softwares of today’s time is because it does not require users to be aware of customizing coding or programming languages. However, there are certain places in ClickFunnels where custom CSS and JavaScript can be used.

This article will discuss where we can use custom coding in a funnel.

How to use custom CSS and JavaScript in ClickFunnels?

There are different options where one can put custom code (CSS and/or JavaScript) in a funnel.

In a funnel, Settings has two options; Header Tracking Code and Body Tracking Code. In the Header, one will add the code in the header part (before the closing if header tag </head>) of every page in the funnel. In the Body, one will add the code just before the closing tag of the body, that is </body>.

Inside a page, there are two options where you can use the custom code. One is the page element and the other is in Page Settings. There is an element called custom CSS element that can be placed anywhere on the page to have custom code. It is used to embed objects from other software/apps.

In settings, there are two options. One is custom CSS, which is for doing advanced designing of elements used on the page. It is different from the element of the page in a way that this is not a place to put content with the style code. In the Custom CSS element, we can embed a button or calendar or any object that is not ClickFunnels but not in custom CSS settings.

The other is the Tracking Code; which is similar to the funnel settings but this time it is only for that one page and not the whole funnel. It has two options; Header Code and Footer Code. The Header Code is placed before the closing of the header tag (</header>) and the Footer Code is placed just before the closing of the body tag (</body>).

Congratulations! Now you can easily use custom coding in your funnels.

Further Reading: How to Integrate Google Analytics to ClickFunnels

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