you can add the inner code as a style... thats how I would
the so called universal code assumes a text editor like Dreamweaver or notepad... you could add it as bootstrap or custom code
bootstrap is better as custom code will get in the way of Muse editing the website later
I remember some 3rd party widgets have this option (insert code at /body tag) so if you are totaly clueless coder it be be worth looking at that option as well
Hi. Insert the Inline Code: into the Muse page. Object> Insert HTML or copy paste using system hotkeys.
To insert the Universal Code, use the widget AID+BC End Body Code – Adobe Muse Widget Directory
The result you will see in the browser but not inside the Muse.
Thank you I will try this.
I have a desktop, tablet and mobile verion of this website.
Do I need to add the inline AND Universal code in all three versions?
I tried the method with the AID+BC End Body Code widget and i am not getting this to work at all—
I do not know how to get the code into the site to edit that way either.
I was hoping that the widget would work.
The website that this is for is:
The CC form should be placed just above the ABOUT page red banner,
to the right of the Seth Godin picture and small amount of text.
Would appreciate any further suggestions you can make.
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Thank you—the Form145.mucow did work. for me...
You saved me "big time".
Thanks so much!
You are welcome