When updating your website, there are a number of key areas which will assist you in customising the recommended website layout. Each of these areas are discussed below according to their corresponding numbers in the example image below.
1. Content Manager
The page content manager is located in the second navigation bar on the left hand side. This allows you to update and edit a range of content throughout your website, including Sponsors, events, and blog posts. You will also be able to create a range of new content elements which relate to your organisation.
2. Page Menu Drop Down and Device View
Also located in the second navigation bar is the page menu drop down. Here you will be able to jump to various pages of the website such as the Events, News, About and of course the Home page. You will be able to customise the layout and content as required for each page. By selecting Manage Pages, you will also be able to add pages.
Your website will also be mobile and tablet responsive, this means that when viewing the website on a device other than a computer, the size of the elements within the website will resize, according to the size of the device's screen.
By selecting either the computer, tablet or mobile phone icon on the device view next to the page menu down down, you will be able to view the layout. While most changes made to the website will be update across each device, there may be some instances where changes will need to be made across each of these.
3. Save, Preview and Publish
Located in the top right-hand corner, selecting Save will save any updates you have made to the website, these changes will not be made public. The preview option enables you to view any changes or updates you have made to the page without being displayed publicly. If you are not satisfied with the changes you have made, you can go back and make relevant amendments. Once you are satisfied with how the website looks, select publish to make the changes publicly visible.
Located below the publish button, the Inspector will appear when you select an element such as the header or footer. This may vary depending on which element has been selected, however, in most cases you will be able to customise the appearance of items such as the layout, text, design and interactions.
Please note: If the Inspector does not appear, you will need to select the button below the publish option (refer to example image).