'Apply To All Pages' HTML Element Option?

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New idea for the wonderful HTML editor that Yola has: a simple checkbox that allows for the implementation of the code that is written to be applied to every page.

This would be great for people with custom menus or any other plugins that are considered a little more advanced to use.

Personally, I can't tell you how many times I have longed for this feature as the banner and background have 'apply to all' options, and cold-pasting code into every single page of my website is a bit... tedious.

I do hope Yola is listening, and is working to include this feature in the powerful HTML editor they already have.
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Michael Cooke

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Posted 8 years ago

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Hi, Michael,

With Yola Silver, you can do some of the things you describe like the banner and background sitewide by editing the Site CSS. You can read more about it with this tutorial: Site CSS
I hope this helps!
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Michael Cooke

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I'm talking about things like Javascript being applied to every page without doing it manually on every single page. I am familiar with the CSS console, and use it constantly. However, if you can confirm that Javascript and other code besides CSS, that would be great.
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Hi Michael

It sounds like you are a Yola Silver member because you use the CSS editor. Yola Silver users have a way in which to add code into the site header. If you add the Javascript into the header area, you will be able to access it site-wide. Here are the steps to add your script to the header:

  1. Click on Site > Site Properties.

  2. Click "Edit" next to "Site Tracking Code".

  3. Add your script in the "Header Code" pane - see screen shot below.

  4. Click "OK" to save the changes.

Hope this works for you. Please let us know if need more help or have any other questions about this.

Thank you