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Tony V.
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Html Head script add-on... Am I able to imbed script to run an indepent Live Chat?  en

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Hello... I have spoken with Live Chat on Website X5 and purchaseing Pro ... Now I have the exact Live Chat program I need for my Web-Page and I need to embed a small script into the Head of the Html .. I had Website X5 about 6 years ago and was able to use html script to add an odd Javascript but that has been removed and I don't seem to be able to write into the head anymore.... Cant Someone help me please?

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Tony V.
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Even better, I am not winning with this problem. I only need a couple of things setup for me and I am a winning... I am prepared to Pay someone who would like to help me set this website up.... I would like it running by the weekend... What do I need?  One: I need to get a page with a live chat called tawk.it embedded into my page. Number Two: I need to setup two pages for Members Only... with Login so I can provide them with the correct information that they need to be able to work the site with me....  Please someone?   I live in Australia and I am good at emailing simply contact me please.smile

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Wayne B.
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Tony, I can't help you with code but a member of this forum Esahc lives in Australia (I am in NZ) and is pretty clued up on how to sort out a lot of things with this program. Look up his member profile and you can email him from his website, or wait until he sees your post. The forum expert (there are quite a few, of which I am NOT one) on code is KolAsim. His knowledge here is amazing and he freely shares it with others. His native language is not English, so he uses translation programs for his replies - that means sometimes a little gets lost in translation, but is generally perfectly clear. One of these guys should be able to help you or point you in the right direction. Stay safe over there in Oz. We are in our first day of total lockdown over here.

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Esahc ..
Esahc ..
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Thank you Wayne, unfortunately you over estimate my capabilities :-(

Tony, it is a simple matter to add an html object to the header (any object in fact), locate the html object and add it. But what you put in that object is way above my pay grade unfortunately.

I have read (and used a number of) KolAsim's code solutions and he is extremely good, but I cannot know whether he is in a position to solve your existing problem.

The adding of private pages with login is really easy, effectively just highlight the page in step 3 and select locked. Before you do this you should go to step 1 access management and add login and password for admin and any other user or group. The process is pretty straight forward and the inbuilt help is very good, just click the ? and help will open at the relevant section.

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Tony V.
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Hello Wayne and Esahc

Esahc, where I am having trouble is indentifying the elements of the webpage.

My belief is that the (Header) is part of the viewed webpage and any scripting in that area would be seen by the persons visiting the page.

I am wanted to add a few lines of script to the <head> as shown in the raw script below.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title>My First HTML</title>
<meta charset="UTF-8">
<!Live Chat script to activate goes here>           <<<<<<<<in tags there
</head>
<body>

<p>The HTML head element contains meta data.</p>
<p>Meta data is data about the HTML document.</p>
<p>I don't know if the page (Header) is the same as the (head) shown here.</p>

</body>
</html>

This script doesn't included Header or Footer. I believe that the Header & Footer commands appear in the <Body> of the script on a full script.

If we cannot get the add-on for the live chat program called  Tawk.it  (that is the link to the page also) then I am thinking that if I script a standalone page using Dreamweaver UltraDev and ftp transfer to a one.com or hostingbay.com.au (Both are hosting sites that I have and still am using for sometime now One.com about 8years and Hostingbay for 20yrs) Can I place a link in the Wx5 site builder to open that page? If so will it work ... maybe a link in the menu? 

I have sorted out the members login area but it seems a bit doughy (Sticky) but it will do.

Esahc... Thank-you for your help ... It did help and I appreciate that.

Any good advice is very welcome.
KolAsim would you like to comment with a little help here Please?
I would appreciate it.

Tony V.

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Esahc ..
Esahc ..
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Tony it is very easy to add a link thru text or an image to another page on the web and it can open a Showbox or a window, but with today's web browser imposed limitations the most reliable is as a new page.

The link would be simple to implement. Any code that links directly to elements on your page will require much maintenance. It is not unusual for Incomedia to change variables used within wx5 in my experience, and I have also been victim to Incomedia suddenly using one of my variables in their code. Hence my reluctance to use code.

Good luck (almost everyone on this help center is smarter than me, I am sure there is help out there)

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 ‪ KolAsim ‪ ‪
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Tony V.
... ... ... ... ...  KolAsim would you like to comment with a little help here Please? ... ... ... ... 

(It > En) ... hello everyone, guys, and thanks for naming me; ... I'm not an expert, but I like to face some problems when I can do it ...
... regarding your code, you should not use reserved TAGs   <!DOCTYPE html> <html> </html><head></head><body> </body> , but place the code contained in the appropriate sections of the program...
... to make the code act in all the pages of the site, the sections to be used are these:

>> Step 1 - Settings > The Advanced section > Statistics, SEO and Code > Options in the Code section  | Custom Code: > (3°) ▼Before closing the HEAD tag

... CODE:

<!-- Live Chat script to activate goes here -->     
<script> ******* </script>
<script>
*******
</script>

.........................................................

... the HTML code of the BODY must be inserted in an HTML Code Object, or of the HEADER, or of the FOOTER, as "Esahc .." suggested with its STAMP:
.... CODE:
<p> ******* </p>   (etc.)

.

ciao

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Posted on the from  ‪ KolAsim ‪ ‪
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 ‪ KolAsim ‪ ‪
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(It > De) ... perhaps it would be even easier and more immediate to do
  in this way...
... create the independent HTML page and publish on the site on the NETWORK with a third-party FTP client ...
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> CODE </head> <body> CODE </body> </html>
... and then simply import this external page into an IFRAME code, very simple ...
<iframe src = "page_chat.php" width = "150" height = "100"> </iframe>

ciao a tutti

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Wayne B.
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Does anyone else have ideas for Tony to try out? He tried to post another comment here but for some reason was unable to do so.

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Tony V.
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Hello All, Thanks Wayne, KolAsim gave me the best idea. Only problem is that I don't have the skill to handle the iframe ... so i have built the chat page on another server that I use and have a webpages with them and then linked the page to the pages I have built ..IT WORKS FINE.. Now all I have to do   is say  A BIG THANKS to those who helped ..................Wayne, Esahc and ColAsim... you guys are magic

Thanking you all and wishing you to stay safe ... I am self_isolating so I am as safe as most people.

Tony V.

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