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Elements (Plugins) (22)

Elements are drag-and-drop features that display different types of content on your page such as text, images, video, buttons, boxes, forms etc. Some other platforms may refer to elements as plugins or blocks.

In this article you’ll learn about the different elements and how they can be used on your Limecube website.

To work with elements, it is helpful to understand the fundamentals of working with pages in Limecube. The Limecube overview can help you with this if you are not already familiar with working with Limecube.

Video Overview

This help video is a quick overview on how to add, move and open the settings of an element



Types of Elements

List all the elements here and link to their pages

  1. Adding/Editing Videos
  2. Advanced Content Block
  3. Banner Plugin Management
  4. Banner/Slider Plugin
  5. Bookings Plugin
  6. Box Layouts
  7. Button Plugin
  8. Content Blocks
  9. Creating/Editing a Blog
  10. Food/Drink Menu Plugin
  11. Footer Editing
  12. Form Plugin
  13. Maps on your site
  14. Notification Bar
  15. Search Plugin
  16. Separator Plugin
  17. Testimonials Plugin
  18. Working with Galleries

Element functions

Elements have all been built to work together on one page without any conflict.

  1. You can add one, or you can add many elements to a page
  2. You can drag elements around the page to change their position
  3. Most elements allow you to access previously created elements from an ‘existing list’ in each plugin for reuse on other pages.
  4. Edit an element - change the contents of any theme default or your own created elements.
  5. Delete an element - Any element that has an ‘existing list’ when deleted from a page can still be found in the elements existing list. Elements without an existing list such as content and buttons once deleted from a page will be completely deleted from the site.
Note: While you can use as many elements as you like, it is still important to consider making your page easy for users to read, as well as considering your page load speeds. Too many unnecessary elements can detract from the real purpose of your page.

Existing lists explained

An ‘Existing list’ is a list that can be accessed for previously created elements and can be found at the base of the elements popup.

When deleting an element from a page, it can still be found in the elements existing list.

Elements without an existing list such as content and buttons once deleted from a page will be completely deleted from the site.

Completely deleting an element

If you wish to completely delete an element from the site:

  1. Firstly remove it from the pages the element is sitting on
  2. The navigate to the existing list for that element, and on the right handside of the title click the trash icon

Features (10)

Features are additional features and functions that are not found within elements.

Getting Started (3)

This category covers everything you need to know to get started building your website. More links are below for key resources.

This page is a quick introduction to how Limecube works when editing a page.


Editing your pages - A quick guide for getting started

Individual help videos throughout the support centre take you into more depth on how to manage each specific part of Limecube.


Additional resources for getting started

  • Adding A Page
  • Plugins (elements) and Features
  • Working with page content
  • Using the style editor
  • Adding & Editing Images
  • Adding your logo & editing the header
  • Adding a Page
  • Creating Social Media Buttons
  • Tags: editing pages, edit a page


    Getting help

    At any time you can find help and support within the Limecube admin interface by using 1 if 3 options:

    1. A Walkthrough - This is a great guide to walk through the basics of what you need to know to use Limecube
    2. The Support modal which is a chatbot you can ask questions of
    3. The Help link in the top right corner which brings you back to these support pages where you can find help resources including video.

    Going Live (3)

    From connecting your domain to setting up an email account, find all the information you need to make your site live here.

    Pages and Content (8)

    This category is for learning all about working on your pages and the content within them.

    SEO and Analytics (19)

    SEO (Search Engine Optimization) refers to the process of improving your website's ranking and visibility in search engine results. The more optimized your website is, the easier it is for your website visitors to find your site. Although factors that affect website rankings change frequently on search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing; Limecube helps you increase your page rankings through our integrated SEO Tools. With Limecube, you’ll have access to all the SEO settings that you need to optimize your site.

    Limecube offers a variety of SEO features (and continuously growing these) which makes Limecube one of the best website builders on the market for SEO. The chart below highlights all the SEO features available, with links to more information.

    Analytics and other tracking codes
    301 Redirect Tool
    Working with image alt text
    Breadcrumbs
    Bulk Meta Title/Description tool
    Bulk noindex/nofollow tool
    Canonical Tags
    Google Priority Tag
    Keyword Density Checker
    Meta Titles and Meta Descriptions at a per page level
    robots.txt
    schema.org markup
    Search friendly urls
    Social media media
    Titles and heading structure
    XML Sitemap
    Broken Link Checker

    Subscriptions, Payment, Profile (7)

    Learn more about how to manage subscriptions, payment and your profile.

    Technical Issues (5)

    Describes a variety of issues faced when using Limecube.