Landon, a free frontend landing theme.

twisted1919

Administrator
Staff member
@Giannis Maroulis - Gotcha! Login as a customer, generate a set of API keys and use those. When you generate the api keys, you also get the url of the web api, which you also have to use. The idea here is that you treat yourself as a customer and have a list where all subscribers from the homepage will go.
 

twisted1919

Administrator
Staff member
@karim - That is optional. You can insert a list UID and a public/private API key that you generate as a customer.
But again, that is optional.
 

Little Sweet Miss

New Member
Hello @twisted1919 I logged in as a customer and generated the api keys and added them to the landon theme from the backend (including the newsletter ID).

After this I logged out as a customer and refreshed the frontend but no change.

What could I be missing?
 

xtlantic

New Member
Found the solution.
The theme page has 3 tabs: backend, customer and frontend.
AFAIK, each of them can have its own theme.
What I did was to install the theme in backend without realizing that.
Worked fined when I installed in frontend tab.
 

dan

New Member
Hi Twisted,

Quick question about the frontend section of this form, well perhaps applicable to all the sections but in any case specific in this instance to the front end.
I'm hoping to change some of the icons into a link, and am not able to do so with href="url" is there something I am doing wrong in this instance?

<section class="row features">
<div class="col-sm-6 col-md-3">
<div class="thumbnail" href="https://url.url">
<img src="<?php echo AssetsUrl::themeBase('images/service_01.png');?>" alt="analytics-icon">
<div class="caption">
<h3>Unlimited emails!</h3>
<p>With our ultimate email pack, you can send as many emails as you like - with your own email server!.</p>
<p>Click here to subscribe for free!</p>
</div>
</div>
</div>

Edit: Worth noting that I'm looking to pass the client browser to my signup page, and I'm also looking to add a login link for existing customers.

Thanks mate!
 
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twisted1919

Administrator
Staff member
@dan - You can't apply the href attribute on a div tag, you have to do it on a "a" tag:
Code:
<section class="row features">
<div class="col-sm-6 col-md-3">
<div class="thumbnail">
<a href="https://url.url" target="_blank"><img src="<?php echo AssetsUrl::themeBase('images/service_01.png');?>" alt="analytics-icon"></a>
<div class="caption">
<h3>Unlimited emails!</h3>
<p>With our ultimate email pack, you can send as many emails as you like - with your own email server!.</p>
<p>Click here to subscribe for free!</p>
</div>
</div>
</div>
:D
 
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Jitendra

New Member
Hi
I was able to generate api keys but it only generate public and private keys. Anyone please let me know how to generate Newsletter list Id
 

jin

New Member
Hello,

Thank you for the theme.
I can access to Backend and Customer page
but my frontend page show "Apache2 Ubuntu Default Page"
and I am not sure, where to look to fix in Apache or just something that has not been set up correctly in my MailWizz setting?

Thank in advance
 

jin

New Member
Hey twister1919,
Thank you for your reply and point out where to look. Yes it was missing and I have added it but it still showing Apache thus.
Do I have to re-install everything?
 
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