Integrate the Church Site Design Tool into to your site
Draw more visitors to your pages...
... help church websites to be more effective
You can easily integrate our Church Site Tool content into your site by copy/pasting some code onto your page. It is particularly suitable for church-related websites, such as church directories and pastors’ resources. It will blend seamlessly into your page, and will draw additional visitors to your site. The ‘Tell-a-friend’ and news-release links allow your site visitors to tell others about it, and their recommendation messages will contain your own URL. (This content is also available to reproduce in printed publications.)
Instructions and code
1. Easy 20-second method: hidden frame
- Copy/paste the code below into a text-editing program such as Wordpad, (or the text-editing mode of an HTML-editor, and save it with a name such as churchtool.html
- Add the final actual URL of your page as it will be when online, to the second frame link as the id for the link:
so that line looks something like
<frame name="main" src="http://www.internetevangelismday.com/churchtool.php?id=http://www.yoursite.com/churchtool.html" scrolling="auto" frameborder="no">
- Link to this new page from your main menu. It will be integrated into your site as your own resource
- You can if you wish change the coding to create your own narrow top frame to brand the page as part of your site
2. Direct insertion into your siteDon’t be worried, these instructions are easier than they look! If you have problems, ask us for help.
This is how it will look on your site. Just copy/paste [help] the following blocks of code: one into your page head, and one into the location on your page where you wish the content to appear. After adding the code, check the source code of your page appears identical to the code in the three boxes below, because some editing or content management systems may try to convert angle brackets and quote marks into character code, or can insert line-break code within the CSS without being asked!
Add your normal page header and navigation menu, and your normal footer information at the end of the page. If you wish, include an introductory paragraph, or footnotes at the end. Link to this new page on your site in your navigation menu.
Place in page head– below your title and any meta tags. then copy/paste this code as explained: