Your Editing Tools (located under Site Tools on the right side of your Toolbar) is where you can manage information and features that affect your entire site.
Add To Site allows you to add new pages and galleries to your site.
You can add up to 4 custom main or Top Level pages to your site. (Some may have already been added during the interview process). You can also add any number Sub Pages below your Top Level Pages.
For example, if you have a Top Level page about cakes, you might add the following Sub Pages: Flavors, Icings, Fillings.
If you need an extra Top Level page, you can rename existing Top Level pages to repurpose them.
Page Options, located on the left side of the Toolbar, allow you to set options for the current page you are on. After editing the information, click Save Changes to save the changes or Cancel to discard the changes.
By clicking Add To Page, located on the far left side of your Toolbar, you can add many types of content to your current pages, such as a block of text or a photo gallery.
Use galleries to display photos throughout your website. Each photo gallery can have a title, description and as many photos as you want. To add a new photo gallery, click on Add To Site on your Toolbar and select Add A New Gallery Page. You will be prompted to enter the page's Meta Info. Click Save Changes when finished.
The Photo Gallery
The main photo gallery page on your website displays a list and preview of all the galleries you have created. Each gallery is represented by its title, description and a row of sample images. Visitors can click on a photo gallery's title to be taken to its individual gallery page. If a visitor clicks on a single image, they open that picture's detail page.
Individual Photo Galleries
Each individual photo gallery gets its own page. These pages are listed in a drop-down list when you mouse over the main photo gallery page on your website's navigation menu. They also show up as a preview on the photo gallery page. Each photo gallery has a title, description, and as many pictures as you want to add.
Photo Detail Pages
The photo detail page shows the photo at full-size, as well as the photo's title and description. Visitors can click the next or previous arrows to navigate through the photo gallery. They can also jump to a specific photo by selecting it from the gallery thumbnail list displayed below the photo.
Access your personal information by logging into your website and accessing the Admin Dashboard.
Here you can change the visual appearance of your website, such as colors, background, header image and more. The window is divided into 3 sections: Colors and Patterns, Text Options, and Header Options. To get to the appearance options, select Site Tools on the right side of your Toolbar, then select Edit Website Appearance, the first option in the Site Tools menu.Click here to read more.
To find Manage Customer Reviews, click on Site Tools (wrench icon) on your toolbar, and then click on Manager Customer Reviews from the list of options.
This feature allows you to moderate reviews submitted to your website. Reviews are separated according to their status -- Unmoderated, Displayed, and Not Displayed.
Unmoderated reviews are those that have been submitted, but no yet approved (Displayed) or rejected (Not Displayed). You can see reviews in each status by selecting the tab for aClick here to read more.
This feature allows you to read messages collected from the form on the Contact Us page of your website. Messages are stored in two groups -- Inbox and Archived. All messages will appear in the Inbox unless archived.
The Inbox tab will display the number of unread messages. However, all messages will be stored in the Inbox unless archived or deleted.
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Compatible Social Media Platforms
The following social media platforms are compatible with your website:
This feature allows you to set company contact information, as well as serve by and location information for your business. This information will be displayed on the Contact Us page.
You can specify an opening and closing time for each day, or you can select Closed All Day. Use the drop-down box to set the times for each day. The left column is for opening times and the right column is for closing times. Check the box next to Closed All Day to indicate that you are closed on thatClick here to read more.
Under Site Tools in your Toolbar, you will see Manage Site Navigation. This feature allows you to re-order the links that appear on your website. This includes Top and Main Navigation, Subpages, and Footer Links.
Edit Top and Main Navigation
Here you can add to, reorder and remove the pages on the menu at the top of the screen. You will see your Current Top Level Menu in the middle. Drag the pages left and right to change the order they will appear in your menu. At the top, under AvailableClick here to read more.
Under Add To Site in your Toolbar, you will see Add A New Top Level Page. Here you can add a new Top Level page if you have not already reached your limit of 4. If you have reached the limit, rather than displaying New Custom Page it will show that you have already reached the limit and will advise you to reuse other pages.
To add a new Top Level page:
Under Add To Site in your Toolbar, you will see Add A New Sub Page To An Existing Page. You can add Sub Pages to any of the Top Level pages that you have added. All Top Level pages that you can add Sub Pages to are listed below the option Add A New Sub Page To An Existing Page. To add a Sub Page:
Under Add To Site in your Toolbar, you will see Add A New Gallery Page. Here you can add any number of photo galleries to your website.
After clicking Add A New Gallery Page, you will be taken to the Page Options window where you can enter information about your gallery's page. More information can be found on Page Options. After entering the page information, click Save Changes to create the gallery page.
You will be taken to the new gallery page. The new gallery will appear as anClick here to read more.
Under Add To Page on your Toolbar, click Content to see all of the different types of content you can add to your website. A Text Block is the best way to add content to your website. You can enter and edit text, as well as pictures, to any page of your website.
If you would like your new Text Block to have a title, enter it into the small box above the text editor. This is optional; if you don't enter a Title, the Text Block will not display one.
The text editor appearsClick here to read more.
Sliders and Flex Sliders are customizable tools that allow you to display images or new content in a continuously revolving fashion. When viewed on mobile, Flex Sliders will continue to show the entire slider, while Sliders will crop your chosen images to fit a mobile screen.
To add a slider, select Add To Page from the Toolbar, then select Slider or Flex Slider from the Content section of Add To Page.
When selected, you'll be prompted to edit your slider before it is placed on the page. YouClick here to read more.
Want to show off the reviews you've gotten on your website? You can do so by adding a Review Quote box to your page.
Select Review Quote from the Content section of Add To Page. A list of all the reviews you've received on your website will pop up, and you can scroll through them to find the ideal review that you'd like to display on your page.
Select the review you want to display, and then click Save Changes. The Review Quote will appear at the bottom of your web page.
Once you have yourClick here to read more.
Flex Boxes let you display various types of content in 2 or 3 side-by-side boxes. They're great for placing multiple types of content together in a horizontal row instead of vertically down a page. It's also great for showing content from other pages on the page you've selected.
When you click on the Flex Boxes option, you'll see a page that gives you a few options. You can give your Flex Boxes a Title (this is optional) and select the alignment of your Title. More importantly, you can selectClick here to read more.
Recent Posts and Blog Tags display your 5 most recent blog posts from the Blog page of your website, and the most recent Blog Tags you've used to tag your posts. This section will change automatically when you have new blog posts that publish on your website.Click here to read more.
To allow people to leave you comments about your business or website, you can add a Page Comment box on your web page. Page Comments allows visitors to leave a comment on the page they are currently viewing, but these comments have to be approved before they are shown. View and moderate comments by going to Site Tools, and then Manage Page Comments.Click here to read more.
With this tool, you can easily embed a hosted video to your web pages, such as a video from YouTube or Vimeo. You can also add a title and description for your video if you want. Under Add To Page in your Toolbar, click Media and then find the Video option.
Whatever you type in the Title box for your video will be displayed above your video.
In the Embed Code section, you can paste the video's embed code by copying it from a site like YouTube or another video hosting site. Usually, the siteClick here to read more.
You can easily add an existing Photo Gallery to any page on your website.
Under Add To Page in your Toolbar, click Media to find the Photo Gallery feature. This will bring up a window where you can select one of your site's photo galleries to add to the page.
After you select the gallery youâd like to display, you can pick the size youâd like the images to appear under Image Display Size, as well as how many images youâd like to display. If you would like forClick here to read more.
By editing a gallery, you can change its description, as well as what photos are in the gallery.
Editing A Gallery
To edit a gallery, go to the gallery's page by clicking its link from the Photo Gallery drop-down menu. Hover your mouse over the Photo Gallery link on your site's menu to see the drop-down. Then click the Edit button in the top right corner of the gallery. Here you can edit the description of your gallery, as well as add new photos.
Image Display Size and Amount
Here you canClick here to read more.
The photo editor allows you to specify a title and a description for each image. The title and description will be displayed on the photo detail page when viewing a photo in a photo gallery. Note that changing a photo's title and description will change it for all galleries it is shown in.
To edit your photo details, go to your Admin Dashboard, located on the right side of your toolbar. Then, click Image Library. Click on the photo that you'd like to edit.
Edit Photo Details
The nameClick here to read more.
You will use the Image Selector many times when adding and changing photos all over your website. From adding pictures to text blocks, to adding new photos to galleries, the Image Selector is a handy tool.
There are three ways to select an image from the Image Selector to use. These are represented by three tabs in the Image Selector: Your Computer, Your Images, and From Stock Photos.
From Your Computer
This option allows you to upload a new image from your computer to use on your website.
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The Meta Title of a page is different than the page name. The Meta Title is what appears at the very top of your browser. The Meta Title text is also used as the link when this page is found through search engines, such as Google. For best results, keep your title under 70 characters.
For best results, choose a Meta Title that includes the main keyword used on the page and some company details, such as Wedding Cakes in Dallas, Texas by Cakes & More, Inc.
The MetaClick here to read more.
Custom Summary Image
A Custom Summary Image is the image that shows up as a preview image for your current sub page. In other words, it's the image that shows up whenever your sub pages are listed on your web page. To add a custom summary image, click on the Add A Photo box, and select your photo from either your computer, your images that have been previously uploaded, or stock images provided to you by Atwill Media.
Custom Summary Description
The Custom Summary Description is the description ofClick here to read more.
Disable Page allows you to hide a web page from visitors to your website. This is helpful for when you need to edit a webpage, and keep it hidden until you're ready to show it off!
If you aren't happy with a page you've created, or you just don't need a page anymore, you can delete that page with the Delete Page option. But remember, this is permanent and cannot be undone, so delete with caution!Click here to read more.
Adding A New Blog Post
Under Add To Site in your Toolbar, you will see Add A New Blog Post. Here you can add a new blog post to your website.
After clicking Add A New Blog Post, you will be taken to the Page Options window where you can enter information about your blog post page. More information on this can be found in Page Options.
In addition to adding a Page Name, Meta Title, Meta Description and Meta Keywords, you will also want to add Post Tags to your new post. You can add a new tag byClick here to read more.
With an internal link, you can create a link to one of your website's existing pages.
Under Add To Page in your Toolbar, click Link and find Internal Link. Use the drop-down menu under Page to choose the page on your website you want to link to.
Next, enter the Link Text, which is the linked words that appear on your website. Your Title Text is where you can add additional information to your link. This text will appear when they hover their mouse over the link.Click here to read more.
External Links allow you to create links to other websites.
Under Add To Page in your Toolbar, click Link and find External Link. In the box under URL, paste the web address you would like to link to. This is the address that appears on the top of your browser, usually includes www.
Next, you'll enter Link Text, which is the linked words that will appear on your website.
Your Title Text is where you can add additional information to your link. This text will appear when they hover their mouse overClick here to read more.
The Document Link options let you create a link to one of your uploaded documents.
You can select your desired document in the drop down menu under Your Documents. If you haven't uploaded a document before, you can do so by clicking the text that says "Click Here to upload a new document." Here, you can upload any document on your computer.
In the Document Link options, you can add a Button Link Text to your document, which is what the button will say that visitors will click on.
You can also giveClick here to read more.
If you want to let visitors see the latest news and updates from your Facebook page, you can connect it to your Atwill Media website.
Click on Add To Page, Social and then select Facebook Posts from the three social options. Copy and paste the URL of your Facebook business page into the URL text box. If you used a URL previously, you can select it from the Previous URLs drop down menu. Click Save Changes after you've entered your URL. Your Facebook feed will now show up on your web page, andClick here to read more.
If you want to display all of your tweets from your Twitter page, click on Twitter Feed. Copy and paste the URL of your Twitter page into the URL text box. If you used a URL previously, you can select it from the Previous URLs drop down menu. Click Save Changes after you've entered your URL. Your Twitter profile feed will now show up on your web page, and will automatically update when you tweet.Click here to read more.
Under Add To Page in your Toolbar, click Social, and then click on Social Media Icons. This displays icons for all the social media sites associated with your business that you've added to your website, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
You can add or change your social media sites using the Social Media Options window, under Site Tools.
An example of this tool can be found below.Click here to read more.
Under Add To Page in your Toolbar, click Forms to find the add Contact Form option. This tool displays a form on your current web page that a user can use to contact you through your website. You have a form like this already on your Contact Us page.
There are no options for the Contact Form.
You can view and respond to messages by using the Customer Messages window under Site Tools. When you receive a new customer message, it will be indicated by a red box with a number inside. This number isClick here to read more.
Under Add To Page in your Toolbar, click Forms and find Review Form to add a Review Form anywhere on your website. This is a form customers can fill out to review your services or products. This form already appears on your Reviews page but is available to add anywhere else on your website.
There are no options for the Review Form.
Reviews submitted to your website can be approved or declined from the Manage Reviews window, which is found under Site Tools.
An example of a Review Form can be foundClick here to read more.
Clicking on Manage Site Documents allows you to upload new documents, get links to uploaded documents, or delete uploaded documents from your site.
You can find Manage Site Documents under Site Tools, on the right side of your Toolbar.
When you click on Manage Site Documents, you'll first see an option for Uploading a New Document to your website. Click on Choose File, and then select the file you want to upload from your computer's files. After you've selected your file, click Upload NewClick here to read more.
If you would like to change the password you use to login to your Atwill Media website, you can find this option under Site Tools.
To change your password, simply enter your Old Password into the entry field, then type out your New Password in the entry field below that one. Type your New Password out one more time under Confirm New Password, and then click Save Changes.Click here to read more.
This allows you to add Custom Scripts and meta tags to your website, such as tracking and verification codes from other sites. You can find Custom Scripts under Site Tools on your Toolbar.
To add a custom script, first, grab the code. Then, type a name for your script in the Name box. Select which Pages you want the script to appear on from the dropdown menu, and then select the Location from the dropdown menu as well.
If you'd like to add more scripts, click Add Item. If you want to remove aClick here to read more.
When you receive a comment about your website through Atwill Media's Page Comment box, they will show up in Manage Page Comments under Site Tools to await further moderation.
If you want to display a comment, just select the Display button. If you do not want to display a comment, click Do Not Display. If you think the comment isn't real and might be a spam comment, click Mark as Spam.
Comments will show up under one of four different tabs depending on what you've chosen to mark the comment as:Click here to read more.
Your Image Library is where all of the photos that you've uploaded to Atwill Media are housed. To get to your Image Library, click on Admin Dashboard on the right side of your Toolbar, and then click on Image Library.
You'll then see all of your Categories that you've organized your photos into, as well as a scrolling grid list that shows all of your photos. If you click on these photos, you can edit the Name and Description of your photos.
You can sift through your photos by adding a Filter toClick here to read more.
You can easily access your invoices and receipts through your Billing Dashboard!
Hereâs how to find it:
Once inside, you can download PDF versions of your current invoice, as well as PDFs of your receipts from previous payments. Just click the âInvoiceâ or âReceiptâ links next to your listed payments.Click here to read more.