on 04-06-201711:07 AM - last edited on 04-09-201708:13 AM by Adam
I've attempted to build a squeeze page, and found myself unable to hide the site navigation on a single page to do it. There's a thread in the community for it, with a nice tutorial, but I haven't been able to get it work, and spent what must have been hours attempting to follow the steps. A feature that allows us to do this without coding would be incredibly useful.
on 02-02-201701:56 PM - last edited on 02-05-201709:22 AM by Adam
I was just on the e.l.f. website and saw that they have several menus in the header of their site and that's something that I'd like to be able to add to mine here on weebly too. Here's an example:
You can see they have a menu on the top right for their help section and customer login, on the top left for chat and quick nav for their about shipping page and signup for their beauty squad, and both are in addition to their regular site navigation.
on 02-12-201708:37 PM - last edited on 02-13-201709:02 AM by Adam
I am using template "Clean lines Business". In the Header, I want to add a Logout image with a hyperlink to another page. I can edit the HTML and add a text hyperlink but not the image. Please advise how I can reference in image stored in Weebly. Thank you very much. Colin Hancox
on 12-28-201611:54 AM - last edited on 12-28-201612:06 PM by Adam
As I understand, at the moment, the home page navigation menu and logo are automatically added to every page in your website creation and there is no option for changing this. You either have to have it on all pages, or no pages. (I know the option of adding buttons as a substitute, but this is not a suitable option.) If you want your pages to look different, you can only have a splash page. In my mind, this may cause confusion as every page looks very similar to the home page. I would like the option to remove the navigation bar and logo when it would suit the website design, on specific pages only. This would create a more flexible website design and offer visual differences to your pages.