By Barnaby Skinner+
Really simple question: where would I add code to a specific page header? I can see in the settings I can add code to the global header, but can't see how to do it for a single specific page. It's related to facebook pixel tracking
Ahhh I screwed up. I was ALMOST DONE with my website, and tried adding a mailchimp js pop up form on the home page with this code mailchimp gave me for the pop up:
However, instead of adding a pop up it applied to the entire home page so now when I go to page to delet the code, I can;t... I get the stupid pop up and all i see is ablank page... please can someone out there help? Thank you! i have no idea where to manually find the code so I can delete it. I added a PL5 section "html" and dropped it in there...
I have my website ****.
Today I am facing some strange problem. All the website links work on desktop platform but not on mobile or tablet devices (Except links from widgets). Can you help me out with this?
I use quite a few templates to handle the look and feel of many many pages on a site and then populate the templated pages with a wp-content loop. However a client has asked that I effectively place a DMS2 Masthead at the top of each page as they prefer the styling of the title & tagline to the standard in WP. Obviously I can't do this when using templates as the Masthead would just replicate over all the associated templated pages, so could you please tell me if it's possible to recreate the title and tagline styling of the Masthead using HTML rather than CSS in the text view of the wp-content editor? I did inspect the HTML/CSS but came up fruitless...
Hope that makes some kind of sense, and please excuse my coding ignorance :)
Website URL: boneyard.teddyaddiction.com/kruss
Framework Version: DMS 1.1.1
WordPress Version: 4.1.1
Plugins in Use: Custom Sidebars, Post Duplicator
Server/Host: Linux somethingOrOther/ASmallOrange
Ok, this is driving me up the wall. Ready to start breaking stuff :)
I can't seem to add a php include to grab a piece of code. I have a formatted email subscription box that I want to call from within a page. I've been trying and trying for hours now and can't get anything to work.
Here's my code. It's in a textbox section:
<div class="signupBox"><h5>Hungry for more?</h5> More articles, coming right up. Punch in your email below and we'll let you know as soon as they're ready to devour. </div> <?php get_template_part( 'emailBox ' ); ?> <?php include ( 'emailBox.php' ); ?> <?php include 'emailBox.php'; ?> <?php include ($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'].'/emailBox.php'); ?> The text looks great, the php stuff doesn't work. None of them.
I can't see any errors, and it looks like Pagelines adds comment tags around the php when it's rendered! Yikes!
When I view the page source they all look like this:
<!--?php get_template_part( 'emailBox ' ); ?--> Really frustrating.
Everything was going along swimmingly and now I'm growing gray hairs faster than your grandma.
Any idea how I can add a simple php include?