Adding 3rd Party Functionality to my Themler Site

zzGreg
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zzGreg posted this 22 March 2016

Hello everyone,

I am new to Themler and relatively new to web development too (I understand HTML, some PHP and a little Javascript). I have a web page/template that I have created with the hope of eventually using it to replace the web site of a small consulting business. I have Themler running on WordPress and have been able to create a site the visually is vastly superior to what my potential client currently has.

If I want to do things like add functionality/code snippets from other companies, like Google Analytics, do I do this in Themler or do I use a third party editor?

Another example... if I want to use Google Mail for my domain, I need to put in a meta tag so that Google knows that I own the Domain. I know where this tag would get pasted if I had an index.html file, but I am not sure what the equivalent is using Themler and WordPress. Perhaps what I am looking for is an explanation of the structure of what the different files in my Themler site do and how I go about adding typically required additional functionality.

I looked and did not see other posts or documentation that answers this, but I could have missed it. Feel free to link to any resources that you think may give me the basic understanding I need to be able to figure things out on my own.

Thanks,
Greg

Hello everyone, I am new to Themler and relatively new to web development too (I understand HTML, some PHP and a little Javascript). I have a web page/template that I have created with the hope of eventually using it to replace the web site of a small consulting business. I have Themler running on WordPress and have been able to create a site the visually is vastly superior to what my potential client currently has. If I want to do things like add functionality/code snippets from other companies, like Google Analytics, do I do this in Themler or do I use a third party editor? Another example... if I want to use Google Mail for my domain, I need to put in a meta tag so that Google knows that I own the Domain. I know where this tag would get pasted if I had an index.html file, but I am not sure what the equivalent is using Themler and WordPress. Perhaps what I am looking for is an explanation of the structure of what the different files in my Themler site do and how I go about adding typically required additional functionality. I looked and did not see other posts or documentation that answers this, but I could have missed it. Feel free to link to any resources that you think may give me the basic understanding I need to be able to figure things out on my own. Thanks, Greg
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Support Team posted this 23 March 2016

Hi,

The situation with each part of code might be unique. In general, you can add the PHP code inside the application using the CMS Code control, place it in the desired area of the template and insert the code. It may be useful for some plug-ins. The Google Analytics code can be inserted under the Home >> Settings >> Additional HEAD HTML and it will be included inside the tag. The same for the meta tags, they can be inserted in the additional HTML.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, The situation with each part of code might be unique. In general, you can add the PHP code inside the application using the CMS Code control, place it in the desired area of the template and insert the code. It may be useful for some plug-ins. The Google Analytics code can be inserted under the Home >> Settings >> Additional HEAD HTML and it will be included inside the <head> tag. The same for the meta tags, they can be inserted in the additional HTML. Sincerely, Hella
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