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You’ve created a new ConvertKit inline form and you want it to appear centred in a WordPress blog post (not left justified). Here’s how to centre a ConvertKit inline form in WordPress.
So you’ve just created a beautiful new ConvertKit inline form… If you just grab the embed code and paste it into WordPress it will normally appear left-justified. Like this…
But what if you don’t want it left-justified? What if you want it centred? Like this…
Thankfully the solution is REALLY EASY. Here’s how…
How to centre a ConvertKit inline form in WordPress
Step 1: Copy the embed code from ConvertKit
The first step is to grab the embed code for your form. Simply copy this embed code and then flip over into your WordPress blog.
Step 2: Paste the embed code into WordPress
Next, you’ll need to find the section of your post where you want the inline form to appear.
If you are using the WordPress Block Editor (AKA Gutenberg), select the Custom HTML block and paste the embed code into the ‘Custom HTML’ block.
If you are still using the Classic Editor, simply flip over into the Text Editor and paste the embed code into the appropriate place.
Step 3: Centre the form
To centre the form you’ll need to use two tags. Put <center> BEFORE the embed code and </center> AFTER the embed code. (And make sure you spell it right – use the US spelling ‘center’ not the British spelling ‘centre’). Like this…
Step 4: Check the preview
Now take a quick look at your post in ‘preview’, if you have done this right, you should now see your ConvertKit form beautifully centred!
And that’s it!
Over to you…
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Or do you have any other ConvertKit related questions? If so pop them in the comments and I’ll try to help you out!
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