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  • How do I add a new question?
    To add a new question go to app settings and press "Manage Questions" button.
  • How do I create a table using a dataset
    * Create a new page * Click Add/Table and choose a table (any one will do, you can change format later) * Right Click on the table and choose the "Connected Dot" icon * Choose to create the dataset / database * Add data. (Create new field and field type and name it) * Close database * The page will now have a table with record place holders. To see the results, you will need to hiit preview.
  • How do I edit the NEWS PAGE
    The content for the news page is being housed in the ChapterNews dataset. To add new content to this page, simply add content to the dataset and it will automatically appear on the news page with a consistent format. It is best if you use a text editor to produce the content and then, when finished, copy it into the ShortDescription column
  • How do I create a page that does not show up in the menu?
    Create a folder and enable the 'hide' option by right clicking on the folder. Choose "Add Page" and put it under the hidden folder. The page can be linked to without showing up in the menu. Note: Once the new repeater appears, the text can be edited in-situ and the dataset will update
  • How to add a dataset
    Go to the Content Manager in your Editor. Wix Editor: Click the Content Manager icon on the left side of the Editor. ... Click the Add Content Elements tab. Click the Add icon next to the dataset you want to add: ... Click the dataset on your site and click Settings to set up your dataset.
  • How to sort the repeater
    The repeater does not take the order of the dataset. You need to 1) create a sort object 2) use the dataset icon for the page, go manage, scroll to the very bottom, and choose the sort you want. Sorting can be accomplished by code as well: Suppose the page has a radio button object called 'radioSort' with options enumerated as: "Sort by Field1" and "Sort by Field2" where Field1 and Field2 are dummy values. import wixData from 'wix-data'; $w.onReady(function () { radioSort_Change(); }); export function radioSort_change(event) { if($w('#radioSort').value ==='Sort by Field1'){ $w("#dbname").setSort( wixData.sort().ascending("Field1")); { else if($w("#radioSort).value ==='Sort by Feild2'){ $w("#dbname").setSort( wixData.sort().ascending("Field2")); } The expected action is that when you click on a given radio button option, the page will update with the information sorted as described.
  • How do I filter a dataset to only show certain tags
    When creating the dataset, create a filed for tags The tags are made on the fly When editing a page and creating a repeater that pulls from the dataset .... Link the repeater to the dataset Click on Dataset Icon within the page Choose Settings Scroll Down Choose Add Filter Choose contain (TAG Name) Note: The tag name needs to be exact. For example: BrothersKeeper AlphaAcademy CommunityOutreach Intake
  • What is CORVID?
    Velo by Wix, previously known as Corvid, is a comprehensive web development platform that lets you build professional web applications in a hassle-free environment. With Velo, you get access to an open platform that combines an intuitive visual builder with a built-in IDE, serverless Node.js, integrated databases and more. All of which is backed by the secure Wix Cloud and requires zero setup time. In addition to using the Wix editor’s built-in features, you can add custom functionalities and interactions using Velo’s APIs, install npm packages, connect to 3rd party APIs, and more - all while using your own preferred development tools. The origins of Velo date back to 2017, when we first introduced Wix Code. Wix Code was an integrated development environment that enabled users to manage data, customize the behavior of Wix components, build web applications and create robust websites. Wix Code has grown exponentially over the last two years, with numerous capabilities and advanced developing tools being added to its long list of features. The original environment evolved and is now a low code no code platform for professional developers. And thus, Velo was born. All the benefits of Wix, taken to the next level Velo allows you to use hundreds of UI elements to build your web application's interface in a highly efficient manner, without limiting the flexibility of your code. Work within the built-in IDE or from your own coding environment to control the behavior of all of the elements using JavaScript and Velo APIs. These include adding events, custom interactions, animations, and more. Wix’s applications, such as eCommerce and Bookings, offer a great starting point for your web applications. Use Velo APIs or third-party APIs to fully customize their functionalities according to your needs. You can also create a database collection straight from the visual builder, or connect to any external database. Additionally, there are several Wix Data APIs in your site’s code that you can utilize to manage and aggregate collections. With Velo, you’ll be able to work locally with your own development tools as well as simultaneously and collaboratively with colleagues. All with zero maintenance for developers and the possibility to add advanced backend functionalities such as routers and scheduled tasks. Once you’re ready to go live, use Velo’s Developer Console to preview, test, and debug your code. This tool highlights errors, warnings, debug messages and more - both in front-end and back-end code. Furthermore, it indicates the page where the code is, as well as a clickable link to the specific line that triggered the message. Furthermore, you’ll be able to gradually rule out applications to ensure they’re performing as expected before they are exposed to the user. Needless to say, Velo is fully SEO optimized and offers access to top-leading marketing platforms such as Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel, which allow you to track and monitor your application’s performance with your favorite tools.
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