Editing the look of your elements

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Ed Feilden

29 Apr, 2014 12:29 AM

Hi there,

I'm so delighted with the comprehensive functions with regards to email collection when linked to mailchimp. With the user verification email, it is just what I'm looking for. However I am a little stuck on editing the aesthetic of the final result when wanting to embed it on my page. I've tried using the templates, but to no avail. I just end up with {{{element_markup}}} displaying on my site instead of the sign up form.

I've attached two screenshots showing my near ideal result. The only thing I want to do is change the colour of the font on the post-submission page where it asks the user to verify their email address. Please could someone explain to me how I can best do it? I'm sure it'll turn out to be something simple, but I just can't seem to find a way to do it.

Please help!

Many thanks

Ed

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Jesse von Doom on 29 Apr, 2014 08:13 PM

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    Hi Ed,

    If you switch into "advanced mode" and scroll to the bottom of the main page you'll see an "Edit the current page" link under "Publish / embed" — click that guy and you'll be able to edit all the page markup.

    If you want to edit an embed, go here:

    https://x.cashmusic.org/admin/elements/templates/

    Then when it's time to embed grab the HTML5 embed code from the top of the element details page.

    https://x.cashmusic.org/admin/elements/edit/xxx

    That'll give it to you with everything already formatted and ready to go.

    j

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    Jesse von Doom
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  2. 2 Posted by Ed Feilden on 10 May, 2014 03:24 PM

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    Thank you Jesse.
    With your help I've now got it working.

    Appreciate it.
    Cheers

    Ed Feilden
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  3. Jesse von Doom closed this discussion on 01 Jul, 2014 06:19 PM.

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