New campaign buttons up and running on Prater Raines and MyCouncillor sites

Thanks to the kind efforts of Tim Pickstone and colleagues at ALDC and Tim Prater and co. at Prater Raines, the newly revived Liberal Democrat campaign buttons have now been tested successfully on websites run using their own systems.

You can see an example of the buttons running on a MyCouncillor site on ALDC Chief Executive Tim Pickstone’s site (see second column). For a Prater Raines example, take a look at Kent Liberal Democrats (see right hand column).

For Prater Raines sites, you can add the buttons from the admin area without worrying about any lines of code:

To add to any page / article, go to the page, hit the “Campaigns” button on the editor bar (icon looks like a megaphone) and select “Sidebar buttons from Mark Pack”. Add, save the page, and its done!

For ALDC sites, ALDC will be providing users with more details shortly, but in the interim if you want to find out how to add the buttons directly yourself see the information here.

* Mark Pack is a member of the Federal Board and editor of Liberal Democrat Newswire. He is a candidate for Party President.

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