Whenever you need to call a widget so that it displays on a web page, you are required to provide the short code which is formatted as such: 


[widget=your widget name here]


Often times, our customers would run into problems since even one extra space would break this code. We now have a new feature that will copy the declaration of a Widget so that such errors never occur again. 


To use this new tool go to Admin >> Tool Box >> Widget Manager.  Select a Widget, scroll down and you will find the new feature at the bottom of the code box. 



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You will be able to copy the entire code using the BD Platform Shortcode (recommended for a general user) or using the PHP format (recommended for advanced, developer use).


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Please see the examples shown below.


On a widget:

  1. Paste the code (CTRL+V) inside the HTML Box



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On a webpage:

  1. Click on the "Coding Icon"
  2. Paste the code (CTRL+V)
  3. Click on "Save Web Page"

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By "calling" a widget on a webpage, you will have all of the content of that widget display where ever you are placing the widget.