In this article, you will learn how to personalize your website, created using the Calendesk platform. Once you have generated a website and personalized the subdomain, you can publish your website and allow your customers to use it. The content that was used to build your site is universal. Luckily, you can personalize the website.
Here you can edit many elements of your website, such as:
- website description for SEO robots,
- You can read more about website description for SEO robots and SEO in this article.
- connect to the Google Tag tool,
- subpages (adding and deleting),
- external links,
- style – the color scheme of the website.
Google Tag Manager
Google Tag is a tool from Google that allows you to connect external tools such as Google Analytics, Live Chat, etc. You can learn more about Google Tag in this article.
Subpages and external links
With the option to add subpages, you can build your website in a more orderly manner, making it easier to read and understand. External links will allow you to “connect” more than one website.
Style is, in other words, the colors of the elements that make up your website. Here you can decide which color the items listed on the left side of the editor will have:
- buttons and important page elements,
- the first section background on the page,
- text on the first background,
- second background,
- text on the second background.
The selection of photos is also very important. This element emphasizes the color scheme and defines the style of the entire page. Our system automatically selects photos that match the industry you work in, but it is up to you to decide which pictures will appear on your website.
An important function is the ability to activate the dark mode. This option allows you to match part of the subtitle with the background:
You can change the colors on the page by clicking the tile on the left of the editor. Tiles symbolize the selected page element.
Remember to click the “Select” function button after selecting a color. This will save your selection.
Here you can also see how your website looks on smartphones (mobile preview).
Pages are those elements that are used to move between “tabs”. You will find them at the very top and at the very bottom of your website.
You decide which pages to display. If you want, you can easily add new pages using the “Pages” button at the top of the Calendesk editor. When you click the section indicated in the photo above, in the editor you will see that you can edit not only the number of pages shown here, but also change their order, names, and include them in groups.
If you click the bar from the photo above, a panel opens on the left side to modify its appearance.
The first item from the top is the “Remaining pages” window. This is the name of the drop-down tab bar that will create the group if you limit the number of pages displayed. In this case, the name of this group is “Menu”, but you can change the name to something else.
Number of main tabs
The next item is the number of main tabs. This number indicates how many main tabs are to appear on the bar shown in the photo above. If you specify a number, for example, two, the remaining tabs (if there are more than two bookmarks) will appear in a drop-down menu named, for example, Menu.
The third item is the edit menu. Here you decide which of the tabs you have created so far you want to show in this bar.
The fourth element is a message that is shown to the person who wants to log in and clicks on the function button shown in the photo above – “Log in”. Here you can freely edit the content of this message.
Here you provide the message that appears to a subscriber who has forgotten their password and clicked the “Forgot Password?” function button.
Confirmation of sending the email
Here you edit the message that indicates that an email has been sent to a customer who has forgotten their password with instructions on how to change their password. Here you will set the content of this notification.
In this section, you select the logo that will appear at the top of your website. This change only applies to the bar with the subpages that were created for your website.
After selecting the “Add page” function button, you will see a window where you will enter the name of the “Page” you want to add and specify the address by domain. Specifying an address by a domain is giving the address that you must use in the URL window of your web browser to find the website you want to add.
Please note that your domain address cannot contain special characters. If the name of the service you enter (in the first window from the top) contains special characters, our system (in the second window) will eliminate them.
The name of the service is visible on your website, in the pages, while the address name after the domain is the part of the URL that is located after the “/” character.
Our wizard allows you to add or remove sections to your website. To add a section, you must go to your webpage template and then click on the blue function button marked with the “+” symbol. If you want to delete an existing section, select the “Delete” button.
After you add a section, you can reposition it relative to others by using the arrows in the top right corner of the section. If any section seems too large or too small, you can resize it using the “+” and “–” function buttons.
The “Replace” option is only active for two sections: For the footer at the bottom of the page and for the subpage bar at the top of the website.
More information on editing a website can be found in the articles: “Add-ons – website” and “Website – domain”