It’s possible for end-users to submit requests through the help center in a number of ways. Our themes typically have a link to the New Request page in the header and below the article voting buttons. Call-to-actions can be used compliment these links or replace them.
The call-to-action background image is not displayed if the background color defined in theme settings is fully opaque. If you adjust the opacity of your selected color using the theme setting’s color picker so that it’s semi-transparent, the background image will be visible.
If you’d like to display more than one call-to-action element in a group, consider using the configurable contact blocks available in all of our themes.
By selecting the “In sidebar (right)” option in the CTA location setting you can have the call-to-action appear in a sidebar. Most themes support this option on internal pages.
Add a call-to-action to your help center by selecting a style from the CTA style setting in the Request CTA elements setting group.
Where the call-to-action appears is controlled by the CTA location setting, with the ability to add it to the Home page as well as internal (Category, Section and Article) pages.
The micro-templates will automatically reflect the heading, body text, link text and colors defined in theme settings.