Integrating the BrowZine Marketing Widget with LibGuides: No matter what I do, the widget does not appear!
If this is happening on your site, it is possible that you are using code to create an expandable/collapsible subject menu on your LibGuides homepage (see http://help.springshare.com/subjectmenu for more information).
To create that menu, LibGuides provides their users with code to paste into the LibGuides "Look & Feel Settings" and one line of that code seems to cause a conflict with the BrowZine Widget:
To remedy this, you can comment out that line by adding // to the beginning - this will have no effect on the menu in LibGuides but will allow the BrowZine Widget to function as intended.
If you have further issues with the LibGuides Widget, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may request to have this added by sending the complete custom widget code to email@example.com
Integrating the BrowZine Marketing Widget with Wordpress or other system that causes jQuery conflicts
In cases where the widget is incompatible with your CMS, please try the iFrame Workaround
Displaying two or more widgets per page
The current version of the widget only allows one widget to be displayed on a single web page. We understand that there is sometimes a desire to display multiple widgets on each page, such as multiple subject-specific widgets.
The only way to circumvent the one-per-page limitation, libraries may use the Widget iFrame Workaround
to display as many widgets as they choose.
Customizing the Widget Design
The widget enables customization of the text and primary color scheme only. Sometimes libraries wish to fully customize the look of the BrowZine marketing widget. We have developed a "white label" version of the widget, which displays only the cover image and title. The cover image still links to that journal within your BrowZine library. Libraries may then add their own content around the image/title information.