How To Angle A Section or Row in ClickFunnels | Custom CSS Tutorial For Beginners

In this short and easy ClickFunnels tutorial, learn how to angle a section or row in your sales funnel. I do use some CSS coding to get this effect but it is super simple and takes just a few minutes!

The code used in the video:

transform: skewY(6deg)

transform: skewY(-6deg)

*Replace your row and images CSS ID SELECTOR with the above)

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Learn how to angle a section or row in ClickFunnels in this easy sales funnel tutorial.

I’m an extroverted, sushi-loving, funnel nerd who loves affiliate marketing! I am also a professional ballroom dancer! My husband, Braden, and I have been married for a year and live in Utah. I am all about living life on your own terms, awesome products that actually bring results, dancing to amazing music, and laughing so hard your stomach hurts! 🙂

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