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Adding an HTML Code to a Page
Adding an HTML Code to a Page
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Written by Ariane Ramirez
Updated over a week ago

Adding an html code to your page lets you add external page elements such as maps, media players, countdown timers etc.

Add an Html Widget to the Page

To embed your code, first you'll need to add a container, then add an html widget inside the container. It's important that you add the container so that you can make adjustments on the html widget's position later on.

Click the Add [+] Button to slide out the Page Elements menu. Click the Widget element from the menu, then drag it to a section on the page.

Add the html Code in Property Settings Menu

Click the [settings icon] to load the property settings of the Widget element, then paste your code in there, then save.

Publish the Page

To see how your embedded html would look like, publish your page. In this example, we added a google map to the page.

Other Element Options

Click the dropdown arrow next to the settings icon of the element or right click on the element to show the the other options.

  • Cut - the element will be removed from the page and can be pasted in another part of the page or on a different page

  • Copy - the element will be copied and can be pasted in another part of the page or on a different page

  • Paste Below - a copied or cut element will be pasted below the selected element

  • Rename - the element will be renamed instead of having the default element label

  • Duplicate - the element will be duplicated and placed below the selected element

  • Delete - the element will be deleted from the page

  • Html Settings - it will open the settings menu on the left side of the screen

  • Help with Html Elements - it will open up a new tab and redirect to a help article about the element

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