Hi. Apologies if this is a newbie question!
I’m using Foundry to build a site that also uses VibraLogix SiteLok to create a members only area.
I’m relatively new to Foundry, so hopefully this is an easy answer.
what I want to do is have a button or an image on my site which, when the user clicks it, it will be able to call a php function from the SiteLok API (e.g. to change the group a user belongs to).
Where should I look in Foundry3 to give the user the ability to click on something and be able to attach a code snippet when the button or image is selected?
Actually just thinking on from the last post I put there, although that’s the way I did it, I remembered there was some issue I had when switching to F3 from a different framework, have just gone back to one of my files and had a look and remembered now looking, although that process does attach an id for a function to trigger, F3 created the code a little different to how I used to use it. I therefore used Press by 1LD for the buttons on interactive features that created the code id=“whatever-I-what-to-name-it”. That may be the problem you are having, you put the id in using attributes but don’t get the code you want. I know I played around with a ton of different approaches and couldn’t get it to work. This is mainly for interactive 3D where I want a button to activate a page global page function outside of an iframe using a parent child setup to activate content in the iFrame. Try it with F3 buttons, see if works for you, if not then experiment the same process but with a standard Stacks button and see if you get the response you are after. Possibly.
Attached are two screenshots, one using an F3 button the other using a non-F3 button.
Thanks for the suggestion. I’m looking to launch some PHP code when a button is clicked via an API. Normally I’d enter that into an HTML stack.
I was thinking a work around would be to use the button to fire a modal pop up, insert the HTML stack into the modal so it activates with a message to say “done” or something like that.
I guess that’d work. If anyone can suggest another way to launch a php code snippet directly from clicking on an image or button, I’d love to hear your ideas.
You could create come PHP code to echo a button, including your PHP code within an HTML tool on your page. Foundry is built with Bootstrap 5 at its core, so you can use some of the code from Bootstrap itself to build your button if you like.