Thanks this was a useful post. What would the URLs be in the inquiry funnel? Looks like /inquire/ would be the first one, but there doesn’t appear to be a separate URL for the “Thank you for your inquiry” page.
Hey @John-Klein - Since this is a MyVR website, each property’s individual calendar will automatically show on their own property profile page. Here’s a screenshot for example:
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By default we include the rates & fees as transparent information, but if you want to remove those details, hover over the calendar widget to click the settings icon in the top left corner, and adjust those settings to include or exclude certain features. Here’s what that might look like:
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In the event that the calendar was removed or deleted, you can also drag and drop the calendar widget from the menu item.
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Hopefully that helps! Let us know if there’s another use case for adding the calendar somewhere else on the MyVR site that we’re not covering.
You’ve noted the bigger points in your post, and whilst this isn’t legal advice, but a best practise approach - I would recommend following the following guidelines to make your website as accessible as possible. Whilst accessibility requirements and your responsibility to meet them differ around the world, there are some concrete steps you as a website owner can take to meet any accessibility responsibilities, such as:
Add a relevant page title to each page. We provide a default automatically but it should be relevant to the content on your page.
Add a page description in the advanced options. This can also be advantages to SEO, and should be tailored to the content on your page.
Structure your text with appropriate headings and content. Use consistent heading formatting for custom pages.
When linking external pages, specify the page page you are linking too in the text. IE: See our pet policy.
When adding images, be sure to add alt text in the advanced options to describe the images content. This is not required if the image is purely decorative. It is only important to note if the image is functional. (A door lock location for example).
@david-girard - is this so that you can include them in correspondence? You could create a bitly.com code for that, but I typically hide the details in my emails by attaching the link to a text description.
This snippet is specifically for the following Google font, but it should be usable with others.
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The above code will use the custom font everywhere that the font selector in the design editor applies your selected font (e.g. buttons, headers).
Colors - All I can see is various palettes. I would like to customize the colors for different sections, headers, fonts, etc.
As you mentioned, you can select from a few pre-made color palettes which are designed to work well together. You can also fully customize an accent color for your palette within the design editor.
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You can also fully edit the text color of different headers and content blocks within the content editor.
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Finally, you can attempt to use CSS to go fully custom. Generally, we only recommend changing a few key components via custom CSS. We do not recommend fully styling your website with custom CSS, as the underlying templates of our websites are not guaranteed to stay the same.
By the way, with the level of customization you are looking for, you might be interested in hiring a developer to build you a custom website using MyVR.js.