To create a website:
1) Go to the Sites page from your dashboard.
2) Navigate to the Websites tab and click Create a website.
4) Give your website a name. The name you choose is just for internal use, and you can change it later. Once done, click Save and continue.
5) Choose the groups you want to associate with your website. These are the groups that will be attached to any forms you create within your website. Once you select them, click Save and continue again.
6) Select a template to start building your website with.
7) Drag and drop blocks from the sidebar of the editor to start building your website.
The following are the available blocks you can drag and drop to use when building your website and the properties you can add or edit in each of them by just clicking on the block.
To edit the content and formatting of your text blocks, simply select the text block and start typing directly into the website builder.
To edit the formatting, highlight the text you wish to edit. A formatting bar will appear. You can use these buttons to edit the formatting and add hyperlinks to your text.
Buttons and more
Note: You can only use either a survey or a quiz at a time.
Global website settings
To access the settings within the website builder, just click the Settings tab on the right navigational menu.
There, you will be able to make global changes of specific parts of your website.
For example, you can change the color of all the buttons in your website at once. In a similar way, you can also change fonts and different content elements.
Creating a blog page
1) To create a new blog page, go to the Pages tab.
2) Then click Create new to add a new page.
3) Select Blog as your new page type.
4) Choose the name for your blog page.
5) Click Save.
Once your blog page is created, if you hover on the blog block and click the small edit icon located on the right corner, you can then edit your blog settings in the sidebar under the Content tab.
Note: If you do not want your blog page to be visible on your published website, check the box labeled Mark as draft page and Hide page from Navigation. This saves your changes without publishing the page to your website.
To learn more about creating a blog, watch this video tutorial.
Password protecting your pages
You can set up a password for each page on your website so that only specific subscribers get access to certain parts of your content.
To enable this feature, on the Primary navigation section on the sidebar, select the page where you wish to add password protection.
Then, in the page name block, select the option Password protection.
After selecting this option, enter the password that your subscribers or website visitors will have to enter to access the page.
If you want to change your password later on, just go back to this location and click “Password is already set. Click here to change it.”