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  1. Using Blocks Externally

    It may be handy at times, to be able to add some of the blocks you see in pages, or even your own custom blocks, into external webpages. Within IPS4 we give you the ability to choose any block to embed externally directly from the admin CP.   Getting the code In order to embed one of your blocks on an external page. First log into your admin CP and visit Pages>Page Management>Blocks. Once you are in here, select the dropdown box next to the block you wish to embed exter
  2. How to create a homepage

    Creating a homepage for your site has many benefits including: Showing your best content first By using the "Our Picks" blocks, you can display your best content first. This content sets the tone for the site and will encourage engagement across your site. Display multiple areas of the suite Each application has its own feed blocks that can be used to display content on the home page. If your members use Gallery heavily, then showcase those photos on the homepage. If you use Calend
  3. Creating a robots.txt or ads.txt file

    Note: Invision Community 4.6.8 changes the need for a manual robots.txt file Invision Community 4.6.8 onwards has a built-in way to create a robots.txt file. If you are using a version older than 4.6.8 or wish to learn about creating other verification files, then please use this guide. There are various reasons that you may wish to create a robots.txt file, or you may need an ads.txt file. For a robots.txt file this may be because you wish to block the indexing of ce
  4. Case Study: Different content for different people

    Using built in and custom blocks within the pages application, gives you a powerful way in which to build up pages with the right content for your consumers. In this guide, we show how it is possible to build a single page, showing different content to different groups of people.   Our Aim Our aim in this guide is to have a single page that shows differently to people who are logged into your site, as it does to guests. To do this we are going to set up the following items
  5. (Advanced) Building dynamic blocks based on the page being viewed

    For more advanced sites built with Pages, you may want to change the output of a custom HTML or PHP block depending on which page the user is viewing. For example, if you have a custom menu, you may want to highlight the active item. We can implement this in Pages by checking the underlying page URL parameters. Although you access a page with a friendly URL (FURL) like http://<yourcommunity>/section/page, behind the scenes this is mapped to a raw URL, such a
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