I'm new to Muse and enjoying learning it quite a bit. However, I have encountered a roadblock with what I want to do. Do you think I could write a Widget that allows me to do the following:
I'm creating a site for a Spanish class I'm teaching next semester, and I wanted to integrate Lingro (lingro.com) into several sections of text throughout my page. With it's code, Lingro allows users to click on a word on a page and have a small floating window offer either a translation or definition (depending on the settings).
Anyway, I understand that Muse will not allow you to see the code it generates, much less edit it. A workaround I found was to create html objects, add the Lingro html code, and then add the text I want to have with that functionality. It's a very rudimentary solution, and it limits me enormously on the type of fonts I can use, plus it takes quite a bit of time.
Is there any chance that I could create a Widget that would automatically add this code to text in Muse? I
In case you are curious about Lingro, or if I did not make myself clear, I'm trying to add the code listed under "integrated tooltips" in this page: lingro: webmaster tools.
Thank you very much for your time!