Add custom HTML

This article refers to a previous version of the Duda Responsive Website Builder. Click here for help content on the current Duda editor.

Overview

Add your own custom HTML to expand the capabilities of the DudaOne editor. This feature lets you embed third-party widgets or add your own custom code.  Please note, this feature is for advanced users only.

Add an HTML element

  1. Go to the Add Element section and scroll to the Advanced section.
  2. Drag the HTML element into the website.
  3. Once you've placed the element, you'll need to add the HTML you're trying to implement in the HTML field.

Set up the HTML element

1. Add your HTML to the HTML element

2. Press Done.

Using custom jQuery functions or overriding existing JavaScript functions may cause the mobile editor to become nonfunctional.

Certain tags or scripts it may be necessary to turn off animated navigation to get them to work properly. You can find a guide on this process here.

Change Design

You can change the look of the HTML element using the following display options:

 

HTML

Change your custom HTML.
Design

Colors: Change the background colorimage, text color, and border of the element.

Effects: Toggle shadow and rounded corners for the element.

More

Spacing: Set the padding and margin of the element.

CSS: Change the element's CSS

FAQ's

Why isn't my custom HTML working?

 

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