Widgets in WordPress

Haitz, Lisa (haitzlm) haitzlm at UCMAIL.UC.EDU
Sat Mar 28 11:03:52 EDT 2015

Did you get any answers? If not your widgets are actually forms so you want to be able to paste forms into the areas of your website.

Are you going to use the tab format that you have now?

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On Mar 27, 2015, at 4:20 PM, Shannon E. Fox <sfox at AUSTINCOLLEGE.EDU<mailto:sfox at AUSTINCOLLEGE.EDU>> wrote:

Do you currently have a WordPress site to which you have added vendor search widgets such as those for EBSCO EDS, Gale, ProQuest, etc.? If so, what needs to be done in WordPress in order for the search widgets to work, i.e., enable JavaScript as a WP admin?

I’m currently recreating our library website within the confines of the campus WordPress CMS, so I am not a administrator of the site—I can create pages and add content, basically—but cannot change site settings. If I add widget code, even as source code, it does not function in the WordPress published page, although embedded video does, at least. I believe all the widgets we use on our current website are coded in JavaScript. I probably need to contact the WordPress administrator and ask for JavaScript to be enabled.

Thank you for any advice offered.

Shannon Fox-Teichmann
Coordinator of Electronic Services & Collections

Austin College | Abell Library Center
900 N. Grand Avenue, Suite 6L
Sherman, TX  75090-4400
Phone 903.813.2559 Cell 903.267.2424
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