You can add your own code to your page4 website at any time and of course include so-called widgets. For this purpose there is a separate content element "HTML".
The element is very simple. Important to know: To prevent that inserted code breaks the page and you might not be able to edit your page anymore, in admin mode the code is disabled and not displayed. Instead, you will see a text "HTML code - hidden for security reasons in admin mode" and below it a hint about which content element it is. If you enter a name, it will be displayed, otherwise the ID number (#1234). More about this in the explanation.
Special feature for dialog title (1)
Each content item has a title. So you can see immediately which content type you are editing. Since this is usually just information, the text in the title is of course not dynamically adjusted.
For the HTML content element, we used the title to give you additional information dynamically. Every single section you create gets a unique number, an ID. This number is displayed together with a double cross (#) at the top of the title. So you always know which HTML element you are editing, because this number is also displayed in the placeholder for the section. This is important because otherwise you can't see which content is included in which HTML content element. Additionally you can mark each section with a name.
Here you can enter any text, for example "Weather Report" and when you save the element, you will see the following text when logged in:
"HTML code - Hidden in admin mode for security reasons".
So you can see immediately what content the element HTML has. Important especially if you want to delete elements or edit them afterwards.
Input field (3)
Here you can enter any HTML code. If the text becomes longer, a scroll bar appears. Unfortunately, we can't provide support for custom HTML code. If a code does not work, we cannot help you to find the error. The code you create will be inserted into the body of the page by Page4. As described above, certain tags are filtered out. Since we have allowed tags for playing music and videos, you can use the HTML section to display music and videos on your page4 website. The data itself you have to upload on an external service, because you don't have access to our server.