Registered: 1434403813 Posts: 5
I am guessing the answer is no, but is it possible to mirror a page element from another organization somehow? For example, can a youth hockey association mirror a standings element from the district website with their permission?
Registered: 1408129601 Posts: 222
Yup you sure can. The source organization needs to have enabled the mirror flag on an element. If that is on, you should then be able to see the little mirror icon on the page element that is available to be mirrored. Click on this and then it will be added to your mirrors list which you can then place on a site to which you have webmaster access. -rob __________________ Rob Bedeaux SENIOR MANAGER, PRODUCT MARKETING–TEAMS & PARENTS Main Office | 612.379.1030
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Registered: 1436657031 Posts: 11
If only we could have two mirror settings, one to mirror within our site and another to allow mirroring on other sites. Mirroring is very useful, but I'm not always interested in exposing all those elements for others to mirror.
Registered: 1407965220 Posts: 242
The mirroring options you describe is a great idea and one I haven't heard before. If you want, you can add it to our Ideas portal in the Sitebuilder section. I'll be happy to give it my vote! Loren
Registered: 1457969606 Posts: 2
Mirroring is working nicely for us to mirror team pages for our travel teams from other leagues back to our home association site. It would also be nice if we could assign an unattached roster from our associations Travel Registration to the other league's site. I've been told this isn't possible and we have to enter the players and then have them accept the invitation to join the team to associate the roster player back to our association's member registration.
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