We're considering using Prismic just for our homepage and specific landing pages on our site, Languatalk.com. I had an interaction a few months ago on Twitter with someone from your team. I explained that we want to only use Prismic for certain pages, and I believe I was told that this is possible, including on our main domain. Could you confirm and explain how we'd set that up?
I'd also like to know if you have pre-built elements available e.g. for testimonials sliders, so that the developer doesn't have to build everything from scratch?
By the way, I tried your page builder demo. After clicking 'Preview page' I got this error: 'Application error: a server-side exception has occurred (see the server logs for more information).
I also posted the above in your live chat 3 weeks ago and followed up 5 days ago. Still no reply so you may have an issue there.
Welcome to the community! I'll be very happy to answer your questions.
You can for sure set up Primsic on individual pages. Your developer will be completely free to decide where they want to implement that in your website project. They can follow our documentation on how to get setup with that.
I've sent a link to our Next.js docs, but they can choose whatever technology they would like.
Our local development tool has some templates to help your developer get started so some of the coding is done for them. We are also available to help your devs get set up.
Can you send me a link for which demo you're talking about? What browser are you using?
I'm sorry to hear that, I can't seem to find it in the system. Do you have a link to this chat? You can share it with me so I can track this down.
Thanks a lot, Phil.
Any limitations or complications on setting it up just on specific pages on our main domain?
The demo was about a month ago, it was the one you get after creating an account. Can't remember the specifics. The chat was also weeks and I had inputted our email (support@ and our domain, not putting here).
None at all.
I checked by email and found nothing in the system.