how to edit contact page?

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  • Nick Miners

    Hi Jeff

    I don't think it's possible to remove the contact form from the contact page, however there's nothing to stop you creating a new page also called "Contact" with the information you want displayed without a contact form. This is what I have done on my PhotoShelter site at http://nickminers.photoshelter.com/p/contact

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  • jeff wolfram

    Hi Nick, thank you for your help, let me ask in order to create a new page I need to switch back into classic mode, create the page there, then move back to beam and add it to the navigation bar?

    thanks, jeff

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  • Nick Miners

    Hi Jeff,

    No need to switch to Classic. From Site Builder, you can drag the existing Contact page into the 'hidden' elements, then simply create a new navigation element ("+ Add to Navigation") as a page (you can choose from Page, Link and Menu). Enter the Navigation Label, Page Title and Page URL when prompted and you will then be able to edit the page within Site Builder.

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  • jeff wolfram

    Thanks Nick for your helpful answers. Allow me to ask two more questions. First I want to change the <p> text size to 1.4em for the entire contact page, how should I write that code?

    Second question is there an article on how to embed a photo on that new customs page and how does one style it to the correct size and placement?

    thanks again, jeff

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  • Nick Miners

    Hi Jeff. I don't think you can change the size of individual font styles in PhotoShelter - but you may be able to use one of the header tags e.g. <h3> to display larger text (even though, strictly speaking, this is is bad practice code).

    If you want to insert a photo, you can use '<img src="<photo url>"/>' in the code editor, then switch back to the WYSIWYG editor; you will now be able to resize and reposition the photo. Click the photo in the text editor and it will grey out and an 'Edit' button will appear - now you can drag the handle at the bottom right to resize the image, and if you click the "Edit" button you can use the 'Position' drop-down menu to change the position of the photo on your page.

    I assume you already know how to get the URL of an image hosted on your PhotoShelter site; if not, go to this thread for instructions:

    https://support.photoshelter.com/hc/communities/public/questions/205294987-Having-problems-with-applying-an-image-to-text-box

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