There are tools built into Rainmaker that can be used to display a pop up opt in form when customers clicks on a link or button.
If you want to give your Rainmaker site a more distinctive feel, you can add a Google font to the theme and change the look of the text used in headings, paragraphs and other areas.
If you have multiple contributors on your Rainmaker site, you can add an Author Box to the bottom of the post content and display details about each author.
The checkout form that comes with the Rainmaker Platform can be added to the landing page by making a simple adjustment to the built in Opt In Form.
The Rainmaker Platform checkout page does not yet offer the ability to add a checkbox to prompt customers to agree to ‘terms and conditions’. However there is a workaround that you can use that will perform a similar function.
The Rainmaker Platform does not yet offer the ability to determine whether a menu item can be seen by a member and/or a non-member. To display menu items for members or non-members only, we can add some custom CSS code to render menu items on the screen, based on whether a person is logged in or not.
By default the Rainmaker login form prompts your members to enter their ‘Username’ and password when logging in. However, you may have adjusted your site to use email addresses as usernames. In this tutorial I will show you how to edit your login form so it displays ‘Email’ in the form instead of ‘Username’.
Using the built-in ‘Featured Posts’ widget, you can display posts in a grid layout on your home page. Unfortunately, the widget does not allow you to select from podcasts, portfolio posts or landing pages. In this tutorial I will show you a small trick that will redirect featured posts on your home page to other content on your site.
By default, your blog page is designed to show every post you publish. But you may have some posts you don’t want people to see, and would prefer to hide them from your regular blog feed. Well, there is a hidden trick in Rainmaker that can filter your blog page to remove one or more categories of posts.