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I have no idea what you created as a template but class="mktEditable" makes the text editable!
Here is a sample of the code:
<div id="mktContent" >
<!-- Base of Landing Page Content -->
<div id="moreinfo" class="mktEditable">
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<div id="mktcolumns" >
<!-- Base of Column -->
<div id="formtitle" class="mktEditable">
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When I use this LP template, i can click on the area and it is highlighted with a green outline. However, the gear and option to edit doesnt appear.
Attached is the div mentioned above and what I see
These sections themselves are not editable, you need to pull in the sections which you need to add/edit content to from the palette in the LP Editor. For example, if you need to add rich text, you'll want to pull in a Rich Text section into the editable area.
Oh sorry, Kenny is right!!! I didn't read correctly and thought you are talking about emails... mkeditable is for emails not for landing pages ;)
There is no way around this? We want to create very strict templates that are also responsive. There is no way to use any of the LP Editor elements that can easily be messed up and are based on absolute positioning?
I am looking for the same thing. This is a pretty big shortcoming in Marketo. It's odd that you can do this for email templates but not for LP templates.
I fully agree with Alison's request. Isn't a "template" a structure that can easily be reused just by changing the content inside the structure? I would like to be able to reuse my templates just by replacing the images, the texts and some other attributes like color, etc... It would be great if Marketo could provide this!