We are building a long-page scrolling site with Pagelines 5. Our menu is made with # links that go to a container's unique ID, e.g. container_ux7al6g
This works, but it doesn't look great in the menu. Is it possible to assign a 'nice' # link, e.g. /#solutions ?
We used to do this in the DMS2 platform through a workaround, but that doesn't seem to be possible now.
Please refer to cassclayton.com/dev
Need to place the 2 media boxes (that contain the ragged dark background for Playlist of month and Song suggestion) right under the content above that. Have a basic 2-column format for the page with sidebar widgets in narrow column to right and main content in large area left column. When I try to drag another 2-col section just under the other content, instead of what I want, a new canvas section (?) is formed into which the new 2-col is placed and this gets placed AFTER all that stuff in the narrow right column!
How does one create a format where you can have multiple columns inside a column?
I can perhaps do this manually with DIVs and float: left CSS, but that will make it very clumbsy for client then to update that content.
Appreciate your insights, thanks
Oh, also I have to drag out a 2-col twice before one of them stays on refresh (see post from the other day "2-colums inside other column - disappears on refresh? CSS not saving on refresh" - still waiting for reply on that.)
Can someone give me a breakthrough out here?
I have been on the media player for like 5 hours now yet it is still not displaying on my media box or the textbox,
its a free media player on soundclound
Great day ahead to the developers out here...
am trying to install the Toneden media player https://www.toneden.io/player to display my songs on sound cloud, i followed everything on the doc, but obviuosly am missing something i did everything i can for 5 hours yet no breakthrough, am using the textbox as display.
This is the html script i used, what am i missing here? see it below
Thanks to some great feedback from a forum member and reconfiguring page design, I've got a media box in upper left of a site, small nav area right of that, then a nav bar area below that. What's best section to use for a simple clickable logo graphic you want to take users to home page? Don't see a place to set destination URL in Media Box attributes?
We are using Pagelines >> DMS2 theme. We are using the DMS2 Media Box module on several pages throughout our site. The media box includes an image thumbnail with hyperlinked text (below the thumbnail - located in the embedded HTML text editor). We would like for users to be able to click on the image in addition to the accompanying text. Is there a way to add a hyperlink on the image itself?
Please see the attached screenshot. You'll see we have "Compatibility Matrix" thumbnail image & text within the "Text & Embedded HTML" section that provides an <a href="...."></a> to direct visitors to another page.
We tried to follow this post (http://slickmedia.co.uk/blog/glenns-blog/pagelines-dms-mediabox-add-link/), but it did not help us solve our challenge.
Thank you very much for your help,
Marketing Coordinator, Syn-Apps LLC