Pages

A page is essentially a web page that contains all the required content that is visible on your online store. A well-written and aesthetically designed website can attract a lot of website traffic. The title of all these pages will be listed at the top of your webstore, so your customer can easily navigate to the required webpage.

Create Page

This option helps you create a new page which can be designed as per your requirements.


1. Click on Customise Website from the main menu.

2. Click on Pages.

3. From the page slider that opens up, click on Add New Page > enter the page name > click on Save.

4. A new page will be added to your website. Click on Add Section to select the design block that you want to add in that page of your website.

Click here to know more about these sections.

1. Tap on Customise Website from the Homepage.

2. Tap on More.

3. Tap on Pages.

4. Tap on Add New Page > enter the page name > tap on Save.

5. A new page will be added to your website. Tap on Add Section to select the design block that you want to add in that page of your website.

Tap here to know more about these sections.

Update/Remove Pages

In case you want to edit the pages which already exist on your website, you can follow the below mentioned steps.


1. Click on Customise Website from the main menu.

2. Click on Pages.

A list of pages which already exist on your website will be displayed.

3. Click on  and you will receive the following options.

    1. Select – Allows you to either give permission or to delete a page.
    2. Rename – Allows you to change the name of the created page.
    3. Duplicate – This options allows you to create duplicate page. Once clicked, you will receive a pop-up asking you name the duplicated version of your existing page. The duplicate page you have created will have the same content as the original page.
    4. Permission – Allows you to decide which customers can view the pages or not.
    5. SEO – Enables you to add keyword search and page description in order to improve page online visibility among potential customers.
    6. Delete – Allows you to delete that page.


Permission setting in Pages

1. Click on the Permission option from the list provided.

2. Three option are provided in the Permission slider page. On selecting Everyone, each and every customer will able to view the webpage even if they are not logged in.

3. On selecting Password Holders, You need to create a standard password and Save it. Only those customers who have this password will be able to access the webpage.

4. If you want a specific customer or a group of customers to view your webpage, you can select the Members Only option.

5. If you want a specific customer to access your website, click on Specific Customers and click on Add Customer.

6. Select the customers and click on Continue.

7. Finally click on Save.

The customers selected will be able to access the webpage.

8. If you want customer groups to access your website, click on Customer Groups and click on Add Customer Group.

9. Select the customer groups and click on Continue.

10. Finally click on Save.

The customer groups selected will be able to access the webpage.


Note
You cannot create two pages with the same name

1. Tap on Customise Website from the Homepage.

2. Tap on More.

3. Tap on Pages.

A list of pages which already exist on your website will be displayed.

4.  Tap on  and you will receive the following options.

    1. Rename – Allows you to change the name of the created page.
    2. Duplicate – This options allows you to create duplicate page. Once clicked, you will receive a pop-up asking you name the duplicated version of your existing page. The duplicate page you have created will have the same content as the original page.
    3. Permission – Allows you to decide which customers can view the pages or not.
    4. SEO – Enables you to add keyword search and page description in order to improve page online visibility among potential customers.
    5. Delete – Allows you to delete that page.

Note
You cannot create two pages with the same name
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