• Code

  • We never provide support on code customizations. Please consult a web developer.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    You can add code using any tinyMCE editor. WordPress uses this and we use it as well in various widgets. We have indeed the HTML widget to not encourage people to use custom code. We never provide any support on custom code and if you break the theme you're on your own trying to fix it.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    Applying custom CSS is not part of the theme's functionality. You'll need to find another means to achieve this.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

    We never provide support on code customizations.

  • The following questions concern functions exclusively available for clients having chosen to host their website with Nexus.

    The only code injections for the head section we support is Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics. You can find these options in the "integrations" section after clicking the "dashboard" icon in the top-right navigation of the front-end editor. If you want to inject other pieces of code in the head section you'll need to use a third party plugin to achieve this.

    In some of our older Youtube videos you can still see the code integration feature for the head section. The reason we removed this feature is because we decided to no longer encourage any custom code integrations anywhere in our themes. Oftentimes broken and corrupt pieces of custom code, especially in the head section, lead to unstable and non-functioning themes and websites. This often lead to a subpar user experience, especially when we, after being asked to fix the issue or provide support, declined to do so stating that we didn't want to be held responsible for an issue we did not create and had zero ownership over.

    By using a third party plugin to inject code we have to ability to make the responsibility clear about who injected the code and where it resides. Sometimes you can't even use the editor because of faulty code. When this leads to showstopping errors, without going in, we can simply ask the client to disable the plugin and negate the effects of the code. What the client does afterwards with respect to what the goal was of the code, is up to him or her.