The text in your Klaviyo signup form is crucial to provide information to your shoppers. This is where you can configure text content for your form, including a headline, instructions, or other display text. In this article, we’ll run through the different settings for your text blocks.
Like all of your communication, you want your text to serve a purpose — your text should be succinct and in line with your brand’s voice and tone. For information on building your brand’s voice, head to our article on Guide to Building a Brand Voice.
When designing your signup form, you will set most of the look and feel for your form within Styles. If, for instance, you want to build a form that has a different color and size font from the rest of your form, like below, you can use settings within the text block.
When editing a text block, there are several elements you can change to divert from the settings of the Styles tab. This includes:
Specify font color, text alignment, font family, and font size if you'd like to override the overall form styles. Learn how to use a custom font in your signup form.
- Font weight
Choose whether your text is bold, italic, underlined, or all three.
Choose whether or not you'd like to include a bulleted or numbered list.
- Text links
Include a link as a text link rather than a button.
- Guide to Optimizing Your Signup Form Experience
- Guide to Creating a Signup Form
- Customizing Button Blocks in a Signup Form