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Added: 05/29/2016   |   Updated: 5 Years Ago

Question   How do I insert php or html code into the head of all the pages?



Answer    Yes, you can edit 1 file and have it insert the code into the header (<head>) of all of the web pages, or another file for all of the members area pages.

For Web Pages (capture pages, landing pages, etc)

HTML or PHP Code: Make a file call it: pagehead-all.php and put the code you want to inserted into it and upload it to the main folder.

For Members Area Pages

HTML: Edit the existing file /uploads/adminpages/misc/head.html
PHP: If you need php logic used for the code added to the <head> then you will need to create a custom ~~ code for it (exa: ~headercustom~) and then to add it to the head.html file mentioned above.  Then create a file called allpagescustom-hook.php and upload it into the admin folder.  In that file you will use the following code to add the results from php to the html file: $pContent = str_replace("~headercustom", $YOUR-CONTENT-FROM-PHP, $pContent);






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