VEIT JOSEF SCHNEIDER
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Customizing Clicks for Voxel Logins: Easy Tutorial

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Making things easy for users on your Voxel site is crucial. This tutorial is all about making logins smooth.

You’ll learn how to tweak the click-to-login action to open the theme’s login popup. Let’s get started customizing clicks for Voxel!

As this is a function for visitor/not-logged-in users you may use the visibility rule by Voxel to only show your element to users who are not logged in yet.

Also, before you include the code, you will be able to use it on elements by adding the click-to-login class to the element you want to be clicked.

Step 1: Understanding the Code

We’ve got some JavaScript code, but it’s not as tricky as it seems. Here’s what each part does:

document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', function () {
// Find all containers with the class "click-to-login"
var containers = document.querySelectorAll('.click-to-login');

// Add click event listener for each container
containers.forEach(function (container) {
container.addEventListener('click', function (event) {
// Prevent default behavior
event.preventDefault();

// Call the Voxel.requireAuth function or any other custom action
Voxel.requireAuth(event);

// Additional custom actions can be added here
});
});
});

  • It waits for the webpage to load completely.
  • Looks for all parts with “click-to-login” class.
  • Listens for clicks on each of these parts.
  • Stops the usual click behavior (like going to another page).
  • Asks Voxel to handle the login stuff.
  • You can add more things if needed.

 

Step 2: Customizing clicks for Voxel: The Login Popup

Now, let’s make the login popup fit your style! You can change how it looks, add cool animations, or include friendly features. It’s your chance to make the login experience not just work well but also look great!

Step 3: Customizing clicks for Voxel: Testing and Fixing Mistakes

Before we finish, let’s make sure your creation works everywhere. Test it on different browsers and devices. If something’s not right, we’ll figure out how to fix it. You want your users to have a smooth ride!

Step 4: Customizing clicks for Voxel: Best Practices

To make things even better, here are some tips:

  • Think about everyone, including those with different abilities.
  • Make sure it looks good on both big screens and small phones.
  • Handle errors in a smart way, so users don’t get stuck.

That’s it! We have covered the basics of customizing the click-to-login action. By making logins fun and easy, you’re giving users a better time on your Voxel site. Enjoy making your clicks matter!

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