Contact Form Link

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Menu" > "Primary/Secondary/Vertical nav menus"
(when using the "Special link type" menu item option)

Navigation Menu Links

The Special link type will show/hide the ProPhoto Contact Form in the Header Area of any page the visitor is viewing. Start by creating a new navigation menu item in the “Menus” area of ProPhoto. Remember that the mobile site menu area is in “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Mobile” > “Footer Menu”.  After creating a new menu item, click to edit the menu item settings:

Contact Form link settings in Menu Item popup window

You must select the “Special link types” option, and use the dropbox to pick the “Show hidden contact form” selection.

To learn more about working with ProPhoto Navigation Menu content, please see the Menus Overview.

Call To Action links

The ProPhoto Call To Action tools make it simple to add custom links below each blog Post or Page of your site so visitors can take action like share your Post on popular social media websites, or even to send a Contact Form message to you.

Select the “Contact Me” option for an automatic Contact Form link

Click here to learn more about the Call To Action features of ProPhoto.

Manually linking to the Contact Form

Creating a manual link with a URL of simply this will scroll to the top of the currently-being-viewed page and open the Form:
#contact-form
Like this if you’re working in your page/post editor screen and you highlight some text and click the ‘link’ toolbar button:

This will slide the Contact Form open where ever it is used

This will slide the Contact Form open where ever it is used

When linking to your ProPhoto site from another site, you can link to a specific page of your site, and then slide open the Contact Form. To do that create a link to the page and add “#contact-form” to the end of the address. For example, this would visit a “Book A Session” Page you’ve made on your site and then slide the Contact Form open above the page’s content:
http://mycoolsite.com/book-a-session/#contact-form

This only works when linking to your contact from from outside your site. You cannot create an internal link to a separate page and have the form slide open.


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Menu" > "Primary/Secondary/Vertical nav menus"
(when using the "Special link type" menu item option)

Navigation Menu Links

The Special link type will show/hide the ProPhoto Contact Form in the Header Area of any page the visitor is viewing. Start by creating a new navigation menu item in the “Menus” are of ProPhoto. After creating a new menu item, click to edit the menu item settings:

Contact Form link settings in Menu Item popup window

You must select the “Special link types” option, and use the dropbox to pick the “Show hidden contact form” selection.

To learn more about working with ProPhoto Navigation Menu content, please see the Menus Overview.

Call To Action links

The ProPhoto Call To Action tools make it simple to add custom links below each blog Post or Page of your site so visitors can take action like share your Post on popular social media websites, or even to send a Contact Form message to you.

Select the “Contact Me” option for an automatic Contact Form link

Click here to learn more about the Call To Action features of ProPhoto.

Manually linking to the Contact Form

Creating a manual link with a URL of simply “#contact-form” will scroll to the top of the currently-being-viewed page and open the Form. Like this if you’re working in your page/post editor screen and you highlight some text and click the ‘link’ toolbar button:

This will slide the Contact Form open where ever it is used

This will slide the Contact Form open where ever it is used

When linking to your ProPhoto site from another site, you can link to a specific page of your site, and then slide open the Contact Form. To do that create a link to the page and add “#contact-form” to the end of the address. For example, this would visit a “Book A Session” Page you’ve made on your site and then slide the Contact Form open above the page’s content:
http://mycoolsite.com/book-a-session/#contact-form

This only works when linking to your contact from from outside your site. You cannot create an internal link to a separate page and have the form slide open.

 

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