Avada Theme Documentation

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Contact Avada The Avada contains a Contacts page with an integrated Contacts page. Our solution also integrates with our own software solution reagAPTCHA, which protects our customers from spamming. User must configure their own re-CAPTCHA keys and other elements for the Contacts page. 2 - In the Page Attributes field on the right, select Template to Contacts from the drop-down list.

You can find a guide to using side bars in the Assigning side bars section of our documentation. 6 - Navigate to Avada > Topic Option > Contacts and make sure you enter the e-mail to which you want to send the forms in the E-mail box. Stage 7 - To display your Google Maps on your contacts page, go to Avada > Theme Option > Google Map and enter your Google Maps API code in the Google Maps API code area.

In order to obtain your own copy of the Google Maps Application Programming Interface (API) code, please refer to the documentation on how to setup Google Maps Application Programming Interface (API) keys. Stage 8 - The Contact Form page on Avada > Topic Option gives you several ways to configure backCAPTCHA, view the Privacy acknowledgement field, and adjust the card. To learn more about these contact form choices, please visit the "Contact Form Options" section below.

Stage 1 - Click here to sign up your domainname with re-CAPTCHA. Stage 2 - Fill in the required boxes in the forms. As soon as you have registered your website with the registration sheet, you will receive a site code and a mystery code. Stage 3 - Under RekAPTCHA in Avada > Theme options > Contacts forme > Contacts forme > Contacts forme > Contacts forme copy the Site Keys into the ReKaptcha Site Keys box and the Secretary Keys into the ReKaptcha Secretary Keys box.

Stage 4 - Once you have finished saving your preferences, the redCAPTCHA dialog will appear directly below your request from. To customise the Contacts and Google Maps, go to Avada > Theme Option > Contacts with different choices. Three sub-areas exist on the Contacts page: Contacts, Google Map and Google Map Styling.

PLEASE NOTE: The choices on this page apply only to the Contacts page displayed on the Contacts page style, except for the Google Map API key. E-mail E-mail E-mail Adress - Shown as A. Here you can specify the e-mail Adress to which the request will be sent. It only works for the forms on the Contacts page templates.

Contacts Sheet Location of comments area - displayed as B. Allows you to specify the location of the comments box in relation to the other boxes. Show a privacy confirmation box - displayed as C. Allows you to view a check box and a customized tag that must be ticked to validate the terms and conditions and submit the request from.

Labeled check box - Illustrated with D. Here you can specify the content to be shown as a tag for the Labeled check box. The ReCaptcha Site Key - Illustrated as E. Allows you to type the reCaptcha Site Key. In order to obtain the Site Key, please refer to the above section "How to configure your reCAPTCHA Keys".

Re-Captcha secret key - displayed as F. Allows you to input the Re-Captcha secret key. In order to obtain the secret key, please refer to the above section "How to configure your recaptacha keys". Allows you to adjust the colors of the redCaptcha schema. PLEASE NOTE: The items on this page refer to the Google Maps displayed on the Contact page style.

But the only thing that triggers the Google maps feature of Fusion Builder is the Google Maps API keys. The Google Maps API Keys - Illustrated as H. Allows you to enter the Google Maps API Keys necessary to view Google Maps. To obtain the correct access code, please complete the Google Documentation.

You can use this shortcut for both the Contacts page and the Google Maps Fusion Builder item. The Google Application Programming Interface (API) controls the Google Application Programming Interface (API) you want to use to download your maps. Javascript-API allows more choices and customized style, but can be calculated by Google based on card loading, while Embed and Static-API can be used free of charge regardless of card loading.

See the Google Maps User Guide for more information. The Google Map adress - displayed as J. Allows you to adjust the adress to the place you want to view. That is for the JS-API type. 775 New York Ave, Brooklyn, Kings, New York 11203.

If there are several adresses, seperate the adresses with the icon |, e.g.: Adress 1|Address 2|Address 3. The Google Card Format - Illustrates as K. Allows you to specify the font of the Google Card that will be displayed. L. Allows you to adjust the width and elevation of the Google Maps.

M. Allows you to adjust the spacing to the menu/page head. Only Googleaps that are not 100% wide can do this. Chart zooming stage - Shown as N. Allows you to adjust the Google Chart zooming stage. Adresspin - Shown as O. Allows you to view the Google Wallmap address spin.

Addresspin motion - displayed as P. Allows you to activate or deactivate the addresspin motion. Popup On Click Maps - Shown as Q. Allows you to view the click pop-up image with location information for the pop-up point on the Maps. Scroll wheel zooming in - Shown as R. Allows you to enlarge the Google Maps with the scroll wheel.

Mapscale - Shown as S. Allows you to view the Google Mapscale. Zoom & Pane Icons - Illustrates as T. Allows you to view the Google Pane View and Pane View icons. PLEASE NOTE: The choices on this page apply only to the Google Maps displayed on the Contact page style, they do not affect the Google Maps item.

This option is only available for the JS-API only. Pick the Google Map Styling - Illustrated as U. Allows you to specify the Google Maps Styles. Choice between standard and custom design or customtyling. Google default theme is our theme is our theme, or use Custom to pick your own custom theme choices.

Map Overlay Color - illustrated as V. Allows you to select any overlay colour for the maps except plain monochrome or monochrome. It works best with the kind "Roadmap". Hint: This item is only available for the Custom Style preference. Infobox Style - Shown as W. Allows you to adjust the style of the Infobox.

Select from the Standard Infobox or the User Defined Infobox. Hint: This item is only available for the Customizing Styling preference. Infobox contents - displayed as X. Allows you to add user-defined contents to the Infobox to substitute the standard addressing bar. Hint: This item is only available for the Customizing Styling preference. Infobox wallpaper colour - Shown as Y. Here you can select the Infobox wallpaper colour.

Hint: This item is only available for configuring the user-defined infobox. Infobox Text Colour - Displayed as Z. Allows you to select the Infobox text colour. Hint: This item is only available for configuring the user-defined infobox. User-defined marking icon - Illustrated as AA. Enables you to enter full picture URLs for user-defined highlighter symbols or a "theme" for our user-defined highlighter.

Hint: This item is only available for custom infobox settings. Do not use a Google Map embedded encoding or longitude/latitude. It' gotta be a paper adress. HTML must be valid for the design to work correctly. To see if the problem is fixed, please deactivate all plug-ins that were not contained in Avada.

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