Frequently Asked Questions
The Page Editor
Covered in this Article
The page editor is where you'll spend most of your time in Limecube.
The Page Editor contains everything you will need to:
- Build your page layouts
- Style your page
- Create and manage content
Here is a breakdown of the page editor and where you can find more relevant support articles.
|Header||Click here to learn more|
|Top menu||Click here to learn more|
|Page settings||Click here to learn more|
|Left side page menu||Click here to learn more|
|Styles||Click here to learn more|
|Page editing area||Click here to learn more|
|Footer||Click here to learn more|
The header is the top strip along the top of each page. It is a common element the same across all pages.
The top navigation menu sits within the header area, and defines your site structure.
This help video shows you what options are available under each page settings.
The left sidebar appears for:
- Navigation pages
Each of these are discussed on this page.
Styles control the look and feel of your site for such items as colours and fonts.
Click here to learn more about styling your website.
Elements (plugins) are the functional or visual components that go into each page, such as banners, text blocks, forms and so on.
Click here to learn more elements,
Working with content
There are different types of content that can be created in your website. While some pieces of content may display within various elements, the main content elements are:
Sections allow you to create different layouts within sections of a page. They can range from single column through to multi-columns and give you flexibility to create any page layout.
Click here to learn more about sections.
You can completely change the contents of the footer to suit your site.
Click here to learn more about editing a footer.
There are a range of different footer layouts you can choose from to find one that suits your website.
Click here to learn more about changing footer layouts.