Category Archives: HTML Editor

Facebook Page Tab HTML Editor Update

We’ve made some improvements to the HTML Editor 🙂

With the latest version you can change your Facebook Page Tab Name right from Landable. If you leave the field blank we will leave the current tab name you have set on Facebook. If you specify a new name and click Publish, the tab name will get updated automatically!

Facebook Page Tab HTML Editor

Facebook Page Tab HTML Editor

Also new in this update is the ability to Save your changes without having to publish them right away. This way you can work on your design, save the changes, and come back later to finish it up or have a teammate review. Once the design is good-to-go, just click Publish and the changes go live. If it’s your first time publishing the Facebook page tab, the app will be auto installed to your Facebook Page.

Landing Page HTML Editor Improvements

For those of you that use Landable to host landing pages and Facebook page tabs, we’ve made some cool improvements to the landing page HTML Editor that we think you’re going to love! The first thing you’ll notice is that we got rid of the Page Tab app dropdown. Changing apps once a page has been created gets tricky and was rarely used. Instead we just cleaned up the top section to look like this…

Landing Page HTML Editor

Landing Page HTML Editor Layout

Line Numbers, Syntax Highlighting, & Auto-Complete

The other change was to add syntax highlighting and line numbers to the content textboxes. This should make your HTML much easier to read AND this change includes auto-completion. Just start typing a tag and hit CTRL-Shift to show your auto-complete suggestions! The editor will even auto close the tags for you and recognizes HTML5, CSS, and Javascript…

Landing Page HTML Editor

Landing Page HTML Editor w/ Syntax Highlighting

Web and Mobile Landing Page HTML Editor

Last but not least, you can now use the HTML Editor to create, design, and host Web and Mobile Landing Pages. Before today you could only use the Page Builder to design for web and mobile, but not anymore 😉

Please let us know what you think below, we’d love to hear from you!