How to use the Website Editor V2
Welcome to Webready. We understand that learning to use a new website builder can be daunting and often confusing. Here’s a quick guide on how to use the Webready editor.
Let's take a look at the top navigation bar. Here’s where you can select the page to edit, preview your website, choose the device size view, undo and redo changes and also save your Editor updates.
You can add/remove/hide components in the website builder. Please note that not all components have the same options to edit. The Rental Header, Footer and Site Menu components cannot be removed.
There are a variety of components that can be added to your pages. These will allow you to add things such as a:
- Text Section
- Map Section
- Custom Code
- Booking Widget
- Rental Details Section
- Rental Reservation Form
- Rental Info Section
- Rental Calendar Section
You can edit both your Page SEO as well as your Site SEO settings. Here, you will also be able to adjust your Rental Slugs (the rental name that appears in the website url).
Page SEO Settings:
Site SEO Settings:
There are many database variables you can add to the SEO settings.
In the global settings, you can set your website's typography, colours, responsive breakpoints, site logo and favicon.
This is where you can add, delete and manage your pages. Built-in Pages cannot be removed or hidden.
This is where you can manage your navigation menu.
The following Site Menu items are available:
Menu Group - add these to be able to create sub-menus
Page - add a page that already exists
Rental - add an existing rental
URL - enter an external URL link
Once you've selected the menu item, you will need to fill out information relating to it, such as below:
This is where you can manage which rental/s are assigned to this website.
You also add your custom JS, CSS and HTML code here.
Cookie Consent Popup
In this section, you will be able to enable a cookie consent popup to display to website visitors, along with some customization options.
You can also edit your components on your page further. You are able to edit the settings of the component and in some cases toggle the colour of the component background, based on the colour set in your global settings.