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Custom CSS and Javascript on Your Landing Pages

If you need to modify or add your own CSS or javascript to your landing pages you can enter it in the Custom Code box. Just be sure to put script tags around the javascript and style tags around the

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Advanced Landing Page Modes And How To Use Them

The Ultimate Landing Page Advanced has several modes that you can use to control how and when your visitors see a landing page.  The four modes available are Default, Coming Soon/Maintenance, Homepage, and Gateway.  These modes can be set on

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Login to WordPress When You Can’t Get to wp-admin or wp-login.php

Recently, I had a customer contact me about not being able to get to the login screen on her site. She was using our Simple Maintenance Mode Pro plugin. Apparently, her theme was set up to redirect wp-admin and wp-login.php

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Using the Button Creator Pro With E-Junkie

You can use the Button Creator Pro with E-Junkie. Here is how. 1. Login in to E-Junkie and click on View/Edit/Delete Products 2. Click Get Button Code 3. Copy the href portion of the button code.  From the image below

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Landing Page with Html5 Video as a Background

To place an Html5 video in the center of a landing page and possibly use it as the background you have to structure your content a certain way and put a little css code on the page. Make the background

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How to Make the Landing Page Plugin a Gateway

You have probably seen or heard of having a landing page that is served to your visitors when they first arrive on your site. The landing page would be served to them no matter what page of your site they

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Create a Two Columns Video Landing Page With an Email Form Under the Video

The best way to create a two column landing page, at this time, is to use Content Area 1 and the Content Area (formerly Custom Email Form).  We are working on a shortcode system that will allow you to make

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Adding a Custom GetResponse Form to Your Landing Page

1. Create a Web Form in your GetResponse account 2.  Select ‘Custom’ for your email management 3.  Place the javascript code for you GetResponse form in the Custom Editor.  You can also leave this blank and place it in any

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Create a Coming Soon Page

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Create a Landing Page in 3 Minutes

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