I’m trying to add HTML to wordpress pages, and it’s not displaying correctly.
The HTML I’m trying to insert is the html for an actual *full page* hosted on leadpages.
The reason I can’t just convert the Leadpages HTML pages to a wordpress page directly (like using child themes or something), is it messes up Facebook Pixel Tracking. I already tried creating a “Child Theme” out of the raw html: the pages load fine etc, but they don’t track with Pixel Your Site plugin. So I had to delete them. Only way I could get a page to track with Pixel Your Site plugin, was to create the page *inside* WordPress as normal, and then add a snippet of Dynamic HTML code (which is actually code for an entire page from Leadpages)
This way, **tracking** works …. But it’s not displaying properly.
I need to know what CSS to use and where to put it so the page from leadpages will display correctly.
checking the Lead Pages URL, it looks as thought the majority of the CSS ( aside from Fonts and Font Awesome ) have been added inline to the site.
If you right click inspect the page, and expand the <head> you will see many <style> elements, expanding each of them will expose the CSS. You would need to copy and paste the necessary styles into your own style sheet ( or <style> tag in your HTML ) to add them to your WP pages.