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How do I add a joomla plugin to the SP page builder?

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How do I add a joomla plugin to the SP page builder? currently using the Startup Biz template

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Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Thanks for your query. You can insert module beside you can call short-code of plugin into raw html. Thanks

ferdowsi

More than a month ago #Permalink
How do I find the raw html code for plugins? I have been spending hours searching for it but i cannot find the raw code.

Toufiq wrote:

Thanks for your query. You can insert module beside you can call short-code of plugin into raw html. Thanks

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
ferdowsi wrote:

How do I find the raw html code for plugins? I have been spending hours searching for it but i cannot find the raw code.

Toufiq wrote:

Thanks for your query. You can insert module beside you can call short-code of plugin into raw html. Thanks


When you want to add a new addon then open a popup window. Please find out raw html. Thanks

ferdowsi

More than a month ago #Permalink
Yes but if I already have a plugin, how to I find the raw HTML for the plugin?

Toufiq wrote:

ferdowsi wrote:

How do I find the raw html code for plugins? I have been spending hours searching for it but i cannot find the raw code.

Toufiq wrote:

Thanks for your query. You can insert module beside you can call short-code of plugin into raw html. Thanks


When you want to add a new addon then open a popup window. Please find out raw html. Thanks


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