So I am currently in the process of making a pricebox widget for the SiteOrigins Pagebuilder but have come across an issue. I have a field for features and then a button underneath that says Add Features and when clicked it adds a new field. I therefore am saving all these features in to an array which when being used in the normal theme widget area works perfectly.
The problem is though that SiteOrigins doesn’t seem to show the array value as if it resets it each time. The array is being saved to $instance[‘fields’] because it is outputting on the site but then when I go back to edit the price box through the sitebuilder the field is empty.
Anyone got any ideas on what I can try or is able to help me out by taking a look at my code quickly? I have pastebinned the code below so you can see ithttp://pastebin.com/ThKe2cMR
Wondered if anyone could point me in the right direction of a tutorial. I’m looking to make a custom pricing widget for my template and want it so that one of the fields is labeled features and this then has an add/delete feature button.
Every time they click add feature it then adds a new text input for them to fill which will be displayed as an
Hope that made sense!
I had a look at the Site Origin builder. That looks quite nice actually. Will look at the Aqua one now
I think I asked the wrong question. I’m not actually after a framework as such but rather just a drag and drop page builder. I assumed this was included in frameworks but from looking around there are a few decent plugins I have found that could be quite user friendly.
I’m more after a drag and drop page builder to make it user friendly then perhaps rather than an entire framework.
Will have a look in to them both
That’s the one. Thanks
I remember a while back there was a DMCA application that automatically sent emails to certain websites when your files were hosted on their servers. I have just noticed my new layout on two websites and wondered if this tool still existed or if I have to do it all manually now.