I am hoping to create a Marketo landing page that the client can edit. I've read the documentation, which leads me to believe that this can't be done in the landing page itself, but rather needs to be created as a template, which then a page could be created from in order to be editable. (Stating so that I may be corrected if this is not entirely accurate.)
The documentation I've read seems to indicate that you can only make individual elements editable, ie, a block of copy, or a placeholder image can be swapped out for another image. However, if we want to have the page have an unknown number of more complex elements, could that be achieved? For instance, a resources section, which contains an unknown number of resources, each containing a div, nesting an anchor, nesting a thumbnail image and name text. Could we create these to be editable, and for the client to be able to add new elements, assuming they can create the thumb image?
Suggestions greatly appreciated. I could provide the existing page in question if it'd help.
That cannot be achieved easily at all. You might be able to create some JS code that would override the LP editor behavior, but good luck
This missing feature is one of the reason so many LP template editors have flourished in the Launchpoint.
As Greg (M.) says, there isn't a built-in way to add N copies of an editable area on-demand.
We've worked this out in one of 2 ways: