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My suggestion won't post, so I'm posting here...

Thread began 9/05/2017 2:38 pm by julesN | Last modified 9/06/2017 3:03 pm by Ray Borduin | 71 views | 4 replies |

julesN

My suggestion won't post, so I'm posting here...

Instead of having my clients try to copy and paste code snippets from Youtube, Vimeo, Facebook, etc, into the code view, I would like to see a tool such as "uploading an image" to use. This way the client that can't figure out the code view, can simply press a button and insert the code snippet into a box and it will add the snippet just like an image is added.

Say for instance, that you want to place a video on a page. You would go and copy the embed code that Youtube gives you, click on a "place code snippet" button, and just paste the code into the box that comes up. This way the code would also be guaranteed to go where it's supposed to go.

I have too many clients that don't want to go into the code view.

I hope this makes sense!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It does. Thanks for the suggestion. I do plan on implementing something like this in the future.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I could probably help you add something like that in about an hour using our premium support system. It would only cost you $100 and I could do screen sharing with you to help you get it all working properly.

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