allow a space for html on all pages
This is helpful for google+ and other customization.
I'd like to add info on the search page to give my clients instructions on how to use my site.
the ability to add or embed code to the homepage or built in pages would allow photographers to use marketing apps such as Incentivibe to increase facebook likes and build email marketing list.
I am trying to verify my Business page on Google plus and apparently there is nowhere for me to paste one line of HTML for Google tracking.
That not acceptable.
Enter Custom Code in a regular Zen page - Find it frustrating that I cannot add code to a regular Zen Page for a button/link to another external site. If offered it would give us another option to link our sites to external societies and/or professional bodies to advertise our professional qualifications
The home page is supposed to be one of the strongest pages of the website but without the ability to create H1 tags, H2 tags or even choose the real layout of the text and images it makes it 10x harder to make an effective website in this insanely competitive industry.
For SEO purposes somewhere to enter keywords into the coding is essential, although google does not rely on keyword many other search engines do.
I have just paid for a SEO package for my website which is now wasted because if I don't enter the keywords then they cannot gaurentee the package. Then I will have just wasted a whole load of money. Not a happy chappy
I see similar suggestions. I think it is imperative that you be able to have the same editing capabilities for all website pages. Also, In order to remain competitive ZF should really have a better selection of design elements. The existing offering is very limiting. I am aware that I can purchase a template. Yet I have only found one company, warren, that sells templates and their offering is also very limited.
Would be great to have the ability to add meta tags to all pages of the site. I know metatags are not weighted heavily for SEO, but they are great if you do not want your site appearing in search engine rankings, or you need to verify your site for a particular service you are using with it.
If we are able to add <meta name="apple-mobile-web-app-capable"
content="yes" /> to the gallery page, the client will be able to save the gallery to the home screen on their mobile device and then open it full screen (not in the browser) like a native mobile app.
To make it even more like an app you can prevent scaling: <meta name="viewport"
content="user-scalable=no, width=device-width" />
Use your logo as an icon for the home screen <link rel="apple-touch-icon"
...and many other cool and sexy things that would make client experience more amazing
I want to embed the code required to utilize Creative Commons and display their logo as a means to license my photographs. This requires adding code Creative Commons provides to my built pages. Zenfolio tells me they can't do this, even though many other services to allow it. This seems like a critical lapse on the part of Zenfolio, embeding code is a simple enough request, not just for Creative Commons but for other options and alternatives.
It would be useful to have a HTML widget/box/page element (similar to what you get on Blogger) that could be included on the home page like the Recently Added and Featured page elements.
This would allow us to embed something like the Twitter or Facebook widgets or display some other content that can't be placed in the plain-text-only Welcome Message box.
As an extension of this the Zenfolio blog feed could be made to be embeddable so we can display it on our home page.
This would be of benefit both for integrating social media more into Zenfolio sites but also could be used as a news feed to keep people up to date with content that has been added to our sites.
Currently the only way to display feed content is on a custom page, but directing someone to a page to show them a feed seems pointless when you can direct them to the relevant Twitter profile or Facebook page itself - where they will have the full range of options that site provides rather than just seeing a small version of your feed.
Alternatively HTML could be enabled for the Welcome Message, or maybe even both could be done to allow people options in where they place HTML content.
i would like to be able to add custom text in built in pages as i i only use zenfolio for my client galleries and online ordering it would be nice to be able to add text to built in pages especialy if you have mulitple types of clients
also i think we should be able to set system message for each gallery like the message that comes up to say how lon the gallery is enabled for
This request is different, and much more limited in scope, from the other requests asking for custom HTML and CSS uploads.
I would like to have the ability to create custom CSS rules that are used on pages and blog posts. This way I can create custom graphical elements that are consistent throughout the site. For example, an explanation box (borders and shading) or custom frames for images in the blog.
Allow for some small widget type area for page customization, perhaps in the footer area. For instance, I would like to include a Mailchimp sign-up form and I'm sure I could come up with other things to place there for that matter.
Pay-per-click advertising is a fast way for a photographer marketing prints to burn up money. Some advertising programs are now offering CPA, cost-per-action, which only results in a charge when a sale is made. But this requires custom code (or a small invisible 1 pixel image) on the photographer's home page and the final checkout page. If you offered this it would give us another option in our advertising programs.
After reviewing this feature request, it has been determined that while it’s possible to add html into the header/footer and custom pages, there are currently no other plans to have individual page html customization
Martin Hoyle commented
So it is possible but you won't do it - yet! I think you should reconsider! coding in html is an absolute must today.... we are being left behind in my opinion an people will jump ship based on comments below.
Saddleback Photo commented
I would really like this, there are pages like my galleries that I can't add anything to. I'd love to have space to link to my contact form or add deal icons into the footer like my other pages.
Excellent suggestion. I am interested in adding affiliate Html ads to different pages, not the same throughout the whole site footer. My Weebly site allowed this and that is a basic as it comes.
I have 2 hostings atm, 1 with zenfolio for my cloud storage and client galleries with purchase options. The other hosting is with wix.com because it's so easy to create a website without restrictions. Zenfolio custom pages are really difficult and time consuming to use, and I usually have to design with a table to get the formating and spacing right. If zenfolio created a custom page interactive tool like wix.com has, I would only need to use the one hosting.
this thing should have been there long time ago! i do not know what the devs are doing over there! any update on this thing?
Boo Face Photography commented
Yup - agree, wanted to try SumoMe to see how users are navigating my site but have been informed I can only edit source code on blog & custom pages. As previously said, this is really debilitating in creating a good understanding of how clients are using the site.
3 Musketeers Photography commented
again this has been under review for the last 2-3 years i want to be able to add custom Java and HTML to all my pages i am going to be taking my business else on my renal next year were if this is not looked at.
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Anna Johnson Photography commented
I have 3 different Zenfolio Pages and I would like a place to be able to add in <head> for many different SEO and tracking sites I am using.
Tom Hodgson commented
I would like to have the ability to add HTML to the <head></head> section of all pages too, specifically so I can add the Facebook tracking pixel code to my site to get an ROI on Facebook advertising, I would like to be able to add this code to either certain pages alone or globally to all pages on the site please.
Jon C. Hodgson Photography commented
OLD 81 STUDIOS commented
This would be so nice for much improved SEO!
Cathy Erickson commented
I need to be able to add a widget, with code, to add the other logos with links like my wordpress site or this website will not work.
I have been a member here for years now and am very satisfied, however, this is one thing that erks me a bit... I enter lots of national and international competitions that give out awards. It is not possible for me to place these award logos on my main page, fearless awards, PWPC, ISPWP etc... Its a major testament to our work at our studio and would help drive business. A spot where I can put Code for award logos ect.. would be really great! In the welcome message and about etc... This would be the last thing that would set this site as sure thing for me to remain a costumer for a long time. Everything else is great!
Jon C. Hodgson Photography commented
Clive Surman commented
I think this is a necessity. I would like to add a custom badge with external link to the welcome message but find I cant without the use of HTML. Please, please, please think about implementing the feature. I feel it's much needed.
Rob McAninch commented
Yes, I think allowing the insertion of meta tags would cover most any of these verifications. E.g. Bing or Yahoo, Google Plus, whatever.
Until that happens I believe Google allows you to authenticate via a DNS TXT record. So if you have a custom domain name, talk to whoever does your DNS on how to add that record. I have my site on a host with Cpanel and WHM so just added it in the WHM DNS Zone editor.
"Could we please"...I meant to say....sorry it's early still....
Willow Baby Studios commented
yup. this is seriously needing to happen asap.
JanC Photography commented
This would be great, been trying to figure out how i can get a slide out facebook like box added to my home pages for a while and with out the ability to add html/widgets it's impossible...all though i did manage to get it added to the side of my Zen blog page but i would like it on the home page too!