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Custom Pages
Posted by John [Elevated X Support], Last modified by John [Elevated X Support] on 10 March 2021 09:49 AM

Custom Pages

Custom Pages is a free feature update in the 3.2 version of Elevated X. It allows you to display standard HTML code into page templates in your members and tour areas of your site. Each custom page has its own URL. Iframes are supported as long as they fit inside the template. Each custom page can have a custom PHP template to adjust the layout elements of the custom page.

Custom Pages feature requirements:

1) Version 3.2 or later of Elevated X.
2) Must be using PHP templates (XSL not supported)

Please follow the steps listed below.

1) To use the custom pages plugin, go to the plugin area of your CMS admin panel. Located the "Custom Pages" plugin and click "Manage"
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4) click the "Add a new entry" button.
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5) Fill out the fields for each area:
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Description of Each Field:
Title:  Title of the page that will appear in the browser's top title area.
Show Inside Members Area:  Click here if you want this page to show inside the member's area
Show Outside Members Area:  Click here if you want this page to show in the outside members area(trial area)
Show In Mobile Members Area:   Click here if you want this page to show in the mobile member's area. (Mobile addon required)
Body: This is where you paste your basic HTML code. All image links/references should use absolute paths. (full URLs to the images already uploaded on your server.) Iframes are supported but should be small enough to fit in your templates.
 
Custom Template:   If you have modified the 'custompages.tpl' PHP template file(to remove comments, remove left or right-hand side nav components, etc) and saved as a new file name, enter that name and location here.
Public Custom Template:  If you have modified the 'custompages_outside.tpl' PHP template file and saved as a new file name, enter that name and location here.

SEO FIELDS:(requires SEO friendly URLS plugin)
Custom SEO URL: if you wish to change the SEO-friendly URL. This will be the page name in the URL for your custom page.
Custom SEO Meta Description:  if you wish to create a unique meta description for this page.
Custom SEO Meta Keywords: if you wish to create a unique meta keyword(s) for this page.

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Click the "Edit Entry" and your new custom page will be available via the following URLs.

Members Area:  http:// < your domain name.com >/members/pages.php?id=Test-Page-Title
Tour Area:    http:// < your domain name.com >/tour/pages.php?id=Test-Page-Title

An example would be something like this:
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