Doodlekit - Latest Blog Comments en-us Add A Custom Header Image To Your Doodlekit Website - Savana Smith <p>I dont know how to use photoshop and ive tried adding many different pictures none of them work for my website (the header image of course can you help me?) thanks!, Savana</p> Tue, 26 May 2015 14:35:35 -0500 /blog/entry/48744/add-a-custom-header-image-to-your-doodlekit-website#comment4237297 Top 10 Reasons Why Corporate IT Sucks - Debbie <p>OMG this is my life! How sad. I need to get out!</p> Mon, 25 May 2015 15:19:24 -0500 /blog/entry/55860/top-10-reasons-why-corporate-it-sucks#comment4237231 New SMS Site Verification - Mitchell Dean Worthy <p>How long does it take to get a sms code?</p> Tue, 19 May 2015 13:47:18 -0500 /blog/entry/3811086/new-sms-site-verification#comment4236917 Template Design Tools: General - Body Settings - Azure <p>Is there a way to attached hyperlinks to areas within the website to the pictures in the header? <br />Thanks!</p> <p></p> Wed, 06 May 2015 11:54:11 -0500 /blog/entry/3719689/template-design-tools-general-body-settings#comment4235984 Top 10 Reasons Why Corporate IT Sucks - Owens <p>I worked at a company for 18 years. Started at 30k and made my way up to 80k with average 4% raises every year. It was good. I got laid off because our little company got bought out by another bigger company and worst case scenario economic collapse occurred in 2008. New Management came in and gave themselves big bonuses and big raises. At least 6 people in the IT department were making 100K a year and to pay for it all they came after the little guy making 80k. So they cut me and took mine to pay for it. IT sucks now. </p> <p>Now I work for another company making half what I use to make. I wont let six months hit me before I walk out the door. Got my house paid for, so now all I have to find is food and money for internet access.</p> Sun, 03 May 2015 09:52:34 -0500 /blog/entry/55860/top-10-reasons-why-corporate-it-sucks#comment4235775 Auto Scroll Down Links (Internal Anchors) - girish soni <p>Hi.. I am trying to do something similar and am hoping you know if this is possible. I have a display area at the top of the page, then a large area that has a &lt;div overflow. The idea is that the information at the top of the page stay in view while the information in the overflow is scrollable.</p> <p>If someone clicks on an area in the overflow it changes the display at the top. This all works. Now I'd like to make it so the clicked field in the overflow (scroll) area moves to the top of the scroll area.</p> <p>I first implemented this with the # as you described above but as you can imagine the page scrolls up and now the display area is no longer visible. Is there anyway to have it only scroll within the scroll area not the page?</p> Tue, 31 Mar 2015 08:51:08 -0500 /blog/entry/55645/auto-scroll-down-links-internal-anchors#comment4232968 Template Design Tools: General - Body Settings - Heath Huffman <p>No, this is a waste of time to try and prevent. People can always do screenshots and other methods to get copies of your images. The only thing you can do is threaten litigation on those site you find using your images.</p> Sun, 01 Mar 2015 22:48:10 -0600 /blog/entry/3719689/template-design-tools-general-body-settings#comment4230068 Template Design Tools: General - Body Settings - CM CAVE <p>I was wondering if there was a way to disable &quot;right click&quot; so that content and images would be protected from copy and paste?</p> Sun, 22 Feb 2015 23:38:24 -0600 /blog/entry/3719689/template-design-tools-general-body-settings#comment4229472 How To Make Logos & Banners For Your Website - Kiran Pal-Pross <p>Hi Jason,</p> <p>I'm not sure if it has something to do with the template you're using, but on mine I just clicked on the Header and loaded my photos. It says right there that loading more than one creates a slideshow. </p> <p>There's another place you can check - in Website Administration Tools - click on Templates, then Advanced Design Tools, then the Header tab. Your first photo should show with a square recycled arrow symbol in the centre. You can edit it from there as well. </p> <p>Hope that helps!</p> Mon, 09 Feb 2015 22:30:24 -0600 /blog/entry/3690624/how-to-make-logos-banners-for-your-website#comment4228695 Multi-Language Labeling For Doodlekit - Heath Huffman <p>Hi Juliana,</p> <p>To truly make your pages international, you would probably want to hire professionals to rewrite all your content into each new language. Outside of that you would have to rely on content translation through automation - which never works out that well. That being said, it is probably the only option available for you. This technology is already easily accessible through browsers and search engines (Google will translate any page to any language). </p> Fri, 02 Jan 2015 22:49:40 -0600 /blog/entry/8910/multilanguage-labeling-for-doodlekit#comment4226327 Multi-Language Labeling For Doodlekit - juliana wernerova <p>I would like to have my page in various languages. It is nowadays a quite common for a web pages to switch between the languages through little flags. Please allow replication of the created pages into other language variations. Go global, allow users to make multilingual pages. Advice me how to make my page a multilingual one without much fuss. Thanks in advance for your time and consideration of my request.</p> Thu, 01 Jan 2015 14:22:52 -0600 /blog/entry/8910/multilanguage-labeling-for-doodlekit#comment4226288 How To Make Logos & Banners For Your Website - Jason Rogers <p>Hello,</p> <p>Please can someone help me? I have recently updated my website header image x 5 in total and now for some reason the slide show does not work on all pages?</p> <p>I have my website so all visitors are directed/land on my Home page but the slide show does not work, it only appears to show my 1st header image?</p> <p>Many Thanks for your quick reply/solution.</p> <p>Regards <br />Jason</p> Wed, 05 Nov 2014 11:20:43 -0600 /blog/entry/3690624/how-to-make-logos-banners-for-your-website#comment4222842 New Template: Flat Neutral Series - Sally Taylor <p>is it possible please for my seven year old to design another site? <br />He has loved the first site and would love to create another one, I just don't want to pay for hosting etc, as am sure you can imagine. <br />Thankyou <br />Sally </p> Thu, 23 Oct 2014 12:26:32 -0500 /blog/entry/3720581/new-template-flat-neutral-series#comment4222125 How to capture information from your customers using our Form Builder - Ben Kittrell <p>That form is strictly for giving people access to login to your site. You can disable it under the advanced settings.</p> <p>If you need a form for collecting data that you can review, create a Custom Form on the Pages/Menu Administration page.</p> Thu, 16 Oct 2014 09:54:21 -0500 /blog/entry/3700509/how-to-capture-information-from-your-customers-using-our-form-builder#comment4221379 Doodlekit Shopping Cart Upgrade - Juliette <p>Is there a way to redirect back to the site after going to paypal? Once a transaction has been made the page just stays on paypal and there is no way to get back to the site.</p> Tue, 14 Oct 2014 22:09:40 -0500 /blog/entry/572471/doodlekit-shopping-cart-upgrade#comment4221236 How to capture information from your customers using our Form Builder - Sam <p>I'm the new &quot;administrator&quot; for this web site. There is a &quot;Register&quot; at the very top of the initial screen for our site. It pops up a form that allows a person to put in their name and email address.</p> <p>Question #1: Do we own that form that is being used to collect the information. We are experiencing complaints from our customers that they do not know where their information goes? I would like to add some additional verbiage that explains that this does not give them their own &quot;log in&quot;.</p> <p>Question #2: Where does that information go? How do I gain access to that collected data?</p> <p>Thank you, in advance, for your anticipated help and answers.</p> <p>Sam Jaeger, CPA Board Member and Web Site Administrator.</p> Mon, 13 Oct 2014 13:04:53 -0500 /blog/entry/3700509/how-to-capture-information-from-your-customers-using-our-form-builder#comment4221157 Top 10 Reasons Why Corporate IT Sucks - Jinx <p>Oh god I'm so stuck in scenario #2 it's not even funny.</p> <p>The worst part is I'm not even in the I.T. Dept and I can literally watch every glaring hole they create on a weekly basis some of those holes have included.</p> <p>Creating guest wireless access on the same network &quot;not a subnet&quot; as every POS system throughout the region.</p> <p>Creating an subnet for the technical services dept which handles unsanitary drives on a daily basis again on the same network as the POS systems.</p> <p>Signing an ungodly contract with the slowest I.S.P. in the area &quot;one that has a lovely no compete clause in it&quot; so that utilizing a faster and cheaper I.S.P. for another dept in the company will &quot;NEVER&quot; happen.</p> <p>Weekly glitches the latest being the rerouting of network traffic through an firewall with a self signed certificate that banned all HTTPS traffic from the services dept, while allowing everyone else to watch cat videos and monkey around on Facebook but yet banned access to secure sites like Microsoft and Google for the entire technical services dept &quot;This ban included Microsoft activation services built into Windows.&quot;</p> <p>Broadcasting the security firewalls model and firmware version # as the entry portal for company network traffic which B.T.W. I discovered is vulnerable to stack over flow attacks on a level 9 severity flaw rating.</p> <p> R&amp;D is literally brought to a crawl with 5 MBS connection shared by 100 machines because of these egotistical kickback wallowing idiots. </p> <p>Yes I call our I.T. dept idiots, I have a masters in electronic engineering halfway to P.H.D. and have every right to do so, as over the last 30 years I have designed &quot;from the ground up&quot; half the components in the Cisco appliances they manage to foul up to some degree or another.</p> <p>Uploaded all the company R&amp;D schematics to a secured cloud storage solution &quot;without a password in place before the upload, the counter ultimately stated 87 downloads before they had the brains to stop the process to create the password 7 hours later.</p> <p>I should not have to stop work to troubleshoot, suggest fixes, and point out glaring flaws in security for issues created by the I.T. departments lack of knowledge or concern regarding the nature of our work.</p> <p>I can say that there are some highly competent I.T. experts out there just none of them in the company I am currently employed by.</p> Fri, 03 Oct 2014 16:51:30 -0500 /blog/entry/55860/top-10-reasons-why-corporate-it-sucks#comment4220401 New Template: Flat Neutral Series - Friends of Camp Floyd <p>What version of Doodlekit is this comment on? It keeps my old email address in the comments section. I manually changed it. I must be having disconnected issues between Doodlledkit and BlueHost and</p> Sun, 21 Sep 2014 10:03:44 -0500 /blog/entry/3720581/new-template-flat-neutral-series#comment4219361 Top 10 Reasons Why Corporate IT Sucks - Smart Alec <p>This article is a spot-on. I used to be a developer who was suffering in the same situation. I did not spend much time of my life to figure this out. I started work in 2007, immediately acknowledged the issue, I went for an MBA in 2010 and joined back the workforce in 2011 as an IT manager. In that year, I still had a spirit to make a change, but it was impossible. So, I used this methodology: if you cannot fight them, then join them. Since that day, I have always been under CIO, or Group CIO radar, trusted to run many crucial projects in the company. I am thinking of just surviving this period while working together with a few friends (who are also developers) to setup an IT firm.</p> <p>I will close this comment with the best quote I have ever heard of: “If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it. And, like any great relationship, it just gets better and better as the years roll on.” - Steve Jobs</p> Fri, 05 Sep 2014 10:28:37 -0500 /blog/entry/55860/top-10-reasons-why-corporate-it-sucks#comment4217698 Why You Should Avoid Background Music On Your Website - Laura <p>I want to play music legally on my website in videos of songs that I dance to. In my last research I believe it was about $300 a year to have the proper license, but I'm still researching all the details to find out how to do it. Never assume you should not do something as in this article. Just find out how to do it the legal way, how much it costs, and who to pay. That is how the stores do it so you can do the same.</p> <p>No you should never play must automatically on any website or even let it play if the site is open for any x amount of time. All users should be allowed to choose to play the music by selecting a link to a playlist or a song.</p> Thu, 14 Aug 2014 13:57:08 -0500 /blog/entry/37742/why-you-should-avoid-background-music-on-your-website#comment4214968