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20 Dec, 2011 07:14 PM

There are a few issues here in terms of functionality.

Choosing a template: Once you choose one, there are too few things you can modify.
1.For the two headers, I'd like to be able to specify the color, or the justification.
2. With the form, it auto-places at the bottom of the main body of text. It'd be nice to able to pout it somewhere else, like to the left or right of the main text (it ties with the whole idea for marketers of putting something "above the fold"--relegating it to the bottom of the landing page shouldn't be what has to happen.)
3. Being able to rotate or move the editable blocks would be nice--so I could put the form to the right where an image place holder is and move the image holder to the bottom of the page.
4. In the sidebar, that HTML editor is a little buggy. You can use the WYSIWYG to get to an HTML editor, but inputting any HTML into and pressing save... it doesn't get put into the WYSIWYG. Go back in to the HTML side and what you wrote is gone (I'll submit a help ticket for this).
5. In all the WYSIWYG/HTML editor block, you can't include an iframe--it won't populate into the WYSIWYG or appear once you save the block (I want to be able to put a video into the landing page. As it currently works, this isn't possible.)

Creating a Custom HTML page:
1. Include an option to upload or copy/paste in a CSS file. I was trying to create an HTML landing page from scratch that looked comparable to our website and all that aesthetic information is in a CSS file, not the HTML. It made the custom editor pretty hard to use because I had to keep writing in individual style tags and see what would happen.

Just some thoughts.

link to the landing page area: These are more general suggestions than particular to a single page.

  1. Bradley closed this discussion on 21 Aug, 2013 01:10 PM.

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