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Page Builder and JCE Extension plug-ins

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Is there a reason that the plugins I see when editing a normal document such are not accessible? See enclosed screen cap using the full jce editor with standard joomla articles.

I have a few extensions that use with JCE to insert snippets of application calls or call to actions such as for events and other. This should be supported within page builder if it's using the full capacity of JCE.

For the moment, I do hacks, meaning I use a test article and then copy the raw code from the article into page builder where I want to use it. Example, I insert a slider snippet that works very well and as it should with your accordion snippet which does not work at all in my opinion. The Slider code from Regular Labs devs is slick and clean with many options. Yours when I use it just looks like a set of open drawers, meaning it loads into page builder pages fully open on all slides. With the RL extension you have all the options in a slick gui and works without a hitch.

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Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,

Thanks for your query. Sorry to say that, That you want to do, it's not possible using sp page builder.

-Thanks


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