How to Create a Text Box to Display Text in a Sidebar
In this article, we will share the steps required to add a new custom text box to the sidebars.
To accomplish this, navigate to Toolbox » Widget Manager » Click on the New Widget button:
Now name the widget and add the custom code in the respective tab depending on the code language and click save:
This is a sample HTML code that can be used:
<div class="module"><span class="fr-marker" data-id="0" data-type="false" style="display: none; line-height: 0;"></span><span class="fr-marker" data-id="0" data-type="true" style="display: none; line-height: 0;"></span>
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Then call this newly created widget on a sidebar you prefer.
The end product: