Customize! Add your own HTML to your header or footer

PRO badge.png   Customize your header and footer by inserting custom HTML.  HTML can be added to add links, widgets, share buttons and more....


All Pro papers have the option to add their own custom HTML.  For papers with their own custom domain URL, the code can be entered directly into your settings.  For papers without a custom domain, the code will be entered by our support agent.  Read below for how to contact us.


For Pro papers with a custom domain URL:  

Once you have turned Custom Header or Footer toggle to ON, you will have the option to enter your own HTML to further customize your paper.  Of course a little HTML knowledge helps! 


Enter HTML into the Header and/or Footer

  • From your Paper Settings Dashboard > Web NewspaperLayout & appearance > Look & feel.

  • Turn custom header toggle to ON which will hide the Main Menu Screen_Shot_2014-02-27_at_7.49.32_PM.png (upper left) from your readers.  It will also activate the Custom Header HTML editor.

  • Turn custom footer toggle to ON, which will hide the footer.  It will also activate the Custom Footer HTML editor.


For Pro papers that are not on a custom domain:

If your paper is on the domain, HTML code entered into your header or footer has the potential to affect the entire service and may present a security risk.  Therefore, we ask you to Contact us and send us the code you wish to add to your paper. After vetting the code, we will enter it for you in your Pro header/footer.


 Screen Shot 2014-02-12 at 11.26.47 PM.pngIf you have turned your custom header to ON, you have hidden the Main Menu icon Screen_Shot_2014-03-06_at_12.16.12_PM.png (upper left) from your readers.  So how do you, the publisher, sign in to view your Paper Settings Dashboard and Edit mode button?  Click "ESC" on your keyboard to sign-in and the menus will once again be visible.  

If you are editing your paper via a mobile device, add /signin to the end of your paper URL and bookmark the URL for easier access. Adding the suffix  /signin will activate the log-in in place of pressing "ESC" on your keyboard. 


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