I use a simple one here:
Very easy to set up but maybe a little short on functions.
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There are multitudes of third party apps like that WWBman but many of them harvest information on visitors or add adverts to your web site. That's fine if you don't mind that but if security is an issue, keeping it 'in house' is the best strategy.
You can try adding my code. It tries to avoid the counter incrementing if the same person refreshes or revisits the page before someone else connects. Not foolproof because it only works until a new visitor views the page but it helps to make the counter more realistic. The ideal solution is to use ...
Can't you create a QR link to the Google store for the app? QR is nothing more than a way of representing text, in itself it has no functionality but the link or file extension might be recognized and activate something in the device's OS. That isn't something you can control in Wysiwygwebbuilder. B...
- Sun May 17, 2015 8:57 pm
- Forum: WYSIWYG Web Builder Tips, Tricks, Tutorials and Code Examples
- Topic: Handy tool
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It's been mentioned before but a quick check can be done off-line or on-line if you use later versions of Firefox. Right click in the page (in preview if you haven't published yet) then click on "Inspect Element (Q)" then when the debug window opens click on the "Responsive Design Mode" icon. You ca...