I’m trying to add “sections” to my CMS pages that include ads. I’d love to emulate the style on Failory’s site (which also uses Webflow). Here’s an example: Growing a SaaS-Related Paid Newsletter to $8k/mo in 4 Months
How can I break up my interviews to include an ad callout between questions? Do I have to use the HTML embed feature and add it through code? Or is there an easier way?
Here is my public share link: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/fairly-odd-streamers?utm_medium=preview_link&utm_source=designer&utm_content=fairly-odd-streamers&preview=33205b21184a40f860ebedaf6f74040e&pageId=5e83971c4bfbfaa1217883b2&itemId=60991f4eb053a74290c40c7f&workflow=preview
(how to access public share link)
Instead of having one rich text block you could have for example 3 or 4 rich text blocks with an advertisement in-between each one. Then when writing your story split the story into 3 or 4 parts in the CMS. Have a field for story part 1, story part 2, story part 3, story part 4 etc. You could set each rich text block to conditionally display only if there was content inside it so if you only entered part 1 and part 2 in the CMS then part 3 and part 4 would automatically be hidden.
@britishchap’s method is a great option and this is how it’s achieved in the Failory example—which you can see in the screenshot below:
As an alternative, you can also use HTML Embed elements within Rich Text fields to inject the ad code wherever you’d like within the article content:
Hopefully that helps
That makes sense. I appreciate the recommendation.