Get a quick introduction to the powerful site editor. This article will give you a brief overview of where you build, create and manage your website. Depending on your account setup, there are up to six different tabs where you can work within the editor: Home, Build, Shop, Blog, Settings and Content
Logging into the Editor
1. THE EDITOR: HOME
Home is the first area of the high-level editor interface you see after logging in.
Here you are provided with an interactive overview of visitor traffic, SEO recommendations for specific pages, latest announcements and contact information for your support team. Please note, this can look different depending on your account configuration.
1.1. VISITOR STATS
In this section it is possible to check different relevant visitor statistics, such as visitors, page views, returning visitors, users, form submission and top pages, actions and browsers
1.2. SEO - OPTIMIZE SEO
Get an overview of how optimized your website content is for search engines. This small teaser interface offers you an overview of your basic on-page website SEO for individual pages to help you optimize your SEO tags accordingly.
1.3. SUPPORT - WE'RE HERE TO HELP
If you ever need help we have made it easy to contact your support team. You can find the support information in the top left corner of your Home page.
2. THE EDITOR: BUILD
Build is the second tab in the high-level editor interface and is likely where you'll spend most of your time. Build provides you with all the tools necessary to add and alter the content and design of your website, choose themes and modify global styling. Please note that these sub sections of Build may be different based on your account configuration.
In the Pages area you will be able to create new pages, add or modify content and make local design changes, among other options.
In the Themes area you can easily choose to apply a new design theme to your website among a library of many different looks. The themes should help you with designing a professional and sophisticated website in no time, since major elements like layout settings, headers including menu, and other design elements are pre-defined for your convenience. After you have applied a theme, you can easily change the overall look and feel of your website by using Global Styling, especially Global Colors and Global Font.
2.3. GLOBAL STYLING
In the Global Styling area you can apply global changes to your website, including the design of the header and footer.
By clicking on Help you'll be redirected to a support page with different tutorials that will allow you to discover the full potential of the editor.
3. THE EDITOR: SHOP
Shop is the third tab in the high-level editor interface. Among many options, Shop allows the management of inventory of your webshop as well as the customization of shop settings.
4. THE EDITOR: BLOG
Blog is the fourth tab in the high-level editor interface. In the Blog section you can add and manage your posts, as well as define the settings for your blog, including comments and posts settings.
5. THE EDITOR: SETTINGS
Settings is the fifth tab in the high-level editor interface. Settings is where you can customize and modify many different options, including the interface's language, optimization for Google page speed, date and formats, global HTML tags, the favicon, cookie notifications and the advanced editing mode.
5. THE EDITOR: CONTENT
Content is the sixth and last tab in the high-level editor interface. Content allows for the addition and modification of Global Data, the management of all your files including images, stock photos and downloadable files and finally 301 redirects.