Thank you very much, Courtenay! I understand the display:none
and I can do that. Awesome.
As for the login, here's what happens.
I login (as a user, not as an admin) to the customerhub.
Everything is fine. Then I click on my link to the tender app
(which I call "forums" and the link goes to http://energyrich.tenderapp.com).
It takes me to a login screen (see screenshot below) saying the
site is in private mode and that I need to login to access. Now, I
CAN login with my same user ID and password. But the idea is that
they shouldn't have to login again, right?
So no real error messages, just weird behavior. Thanks so much
for your help!
As far as the layout of my welcome screen, this is what I want
to do. (See screenshot of welcome page for this other Tender site).
So I know it can be done...just don't know how to pull in that
content for the categories/recent posts.
Support Staff6 Posted by Courtenay on 03 Feb, 2011 10:23 PM
There isn't really a way to put the categories on the home page
with the latest post in there, but you could definitely hardcode a
version of that table with links to the categories. You can put any
HTML you like in the home page 'welcome' text box.
In terms of going to Tender directly, you need to talk to
Customer Hub about that. Basically, you have to use the "SSO
string" which contains their encrypted login token. Do you have
access to that? It'd look like
"your.tenderapp.com/?sso=ABC1234ABC1234" with a really long string
of characters at the end. It's generated for each user by
Support Staff7 Posted by Courtenay on 03 Feb, 2011 10:28 PM
Also, you can't change most of the text in tender unless it's in
one of the site customization boxes; however, you CAN hide them
with CSS, and - now this is realllllly experimental - you might try
the 'css content' declaration to replace some of the text. I'm not
sure it works in all browsers, though, and is considered a pretty
dirty way of abusing CSS :)
The multipass is something I thought was automated since we set
it up through CustomerHub--I will check with their support. In the
meantime, I set my tender to "public" so it's working OK, people
just aren't logged in when they go to the site.
I will fool around with the CSS; totally won't hold you
responsible if the site blows up!! HA!
Thanks for your help--looks like I will take it from here with
the CustomerHub folks. Thanks!