6 Replies Latest reply on Nov 26, 2015 2:51 AM by Grégoire Michel

    MktEditable vs MktoText

    Sally Dickson

      I am trying to create new Landing Pages Templates  in Marketo with Editable elements.


      I am having problems understanding the difference between the different classes of content:  MktEditable and MKtoText


      I have looked through the help pages and cannot find a list of Marketo classes, for elements and/or how to use them.


      Can anyone send me details of any articles, ebooks or downloads that might be helpful?


      Is there a webinar which shows how the Editable elements are supposed to work?





        • Re: MktEditable vs MktoText
          Mel Dadoly

          Hi Sally,


          The "mktEditable" class allows for the property sheet values of that element to be changed in the landing page editor. This can be used for non-guided landing page templates as well.


          'mktoText' is specifically for guided landing page templates. This creates a text variable that can be changed from landing page to landing page. You might find this document helpful:

          Create a Guided Landing Page Template - Marketo Docs - Product Docs

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            • Re: MktEditable vs MktoText
              Sally Dickson

              Hi Mel,


              Thanks for this. I have to say the documentation on Guided landing pages is very thin. I have a row element which is creating a row about 120px high, and I need to reduce it to 60 px, and I am struggling to find the css code or similar.


              So at the top of one of the guided pages I have these lines:

              <div id="logo" background="#fff701">

                        <div id="logo2">

                      <div class="row nopadding">

                     <div class="mktoImg alignleft" id="logoImage" mktoName="logoImage">

                <div class="row">

                <a href="http://www.qinetiq.com">

                      <img src="http://eu-e.marketo.com/rs/025-CXE-092/images/toplogo.gif" width="140" height="48" alt="QinetiQ" style="border:0;"></a>


              One of the 'class' elements is setting the height of the row, and I can't figure out which one.


              In another part of the guided landing page I have:


              <div id="is">

                  <div class="container">

                  <div class="row">


                            <div class="mktoImg col-lg-6 col-md-6 centered" id="primaryImage" mktoName="Primary Image" style="min-height:100%;" mktoImgClass="expandToFit" style="Padding_bottom:20">

                              <img class="lpimg expandToFit" src="http://Events.qinetiq.com/rs/025-CXE-092/images/SNG%20-%20exhibitors%20photo%207-400-300.jpg" id="ext4-ext-gen1428"></div>

                   <div class="mktoText" id="primaryBodyHeader" mktoName="Primary Header">

                                  <h1> This is an International Event</h1>


              What does 'mktoImg-col-lg-6 col-md-6 centered' mean? How do I change it, what are the options? Anyone?


              This is what I meant by are there any reference documents of lists to refer to?


              Thanks for any help.



                • Re: MktEditable vs MktoText
                  Grégoire Michel

                  Hi Sally,


                  The code seems ill designed. you should not have some <div> inside a <div class="mktoImg...  (the logo section)


                  it is possible to download Guide LP templates from Marketo web site that you can use as a reference.


                  With regards to changing CSS properties, this should be done by you web designer.



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              • Re: MktEditable vs MktoText
                Justin Cooperman

                "mktEditable" has no use in a Guided landing page. It is only applicable within Free-form landing pages (to do what Mel mentioned) or in Email Templates (to define which sections should be editable).

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