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Ok, so you’re going about your day like every other day. You found a helpful website and you’re eager to post about it. You log into your WordPress site and you see a new version of WP […]
Default Aweber forms are UGLY! They’re fixed-width and non-responsive which is annoying especially when trying to overwrite their CSS.
Thankfully, you can use Twitter Bootstrap’s responsive CSS to change these forms with ease.
Download the Example
You’ll go from this…
To something […]