“All you need to paint is a few tools, a little instruction, and a vision in your mind.”
― Bob Ross

Once you have a website design planned out, the first step is to add the structure and branding, then you can add content to each of the pages you create. 

Getting Started

Just like an artist needs her blank canvace and color paints ready to go before she can start painting her masterpiece, when starting a new website, you or your website designer first need to create blank pages and organize them before you can add your content. 

The Website section of your dashboard is where you build your site's structure. 

  • Look & Feel - Establish your brand including primary colors, logo, favicon, tagline (SEO), default page meta description (SEO), default search keywords (SEO)
  • Navigation Menu - Users of your website include Managers, Pet Owners, Workers and Prospective Clients. Now you can manage menu navigation uniquely depending on the person who is visiting your site! 
  • Website Pages - Add as many pages as you need to make up your new website! Then click to submit your new sitemap to Google, Bing and other search engines automatically!
  • Blog - Publish as many articles as you like. The more quality content you have to offer, the better for your search engine results.
  • Website Theme - Set up some defaults to save hours on your website page setup.
  • Website Address - Establish your (free) hosting with Easy Busy Pets here. 

Pages and Blocks

Every website page contains a header, body and footer. These Sections are designed visually with Easy Busy Pets to limit the amount of coding you need to do to (literally) zero! The following describes how you can make changes to each of these Sections of a website. 

  • Edit A Page - Once you add a page, you can edit that page. 
  • Page Configuration Panel - Defines your high level page Navigation, SEO, Analytics and General Page Settings. Also offers mobility phone previews of the page.
  • Add A Page Block - A website page is a combination of blocks.
  • Add An Element - Blocks are further divided into one or more elements.
  • Add A Widget - How to add content (text, headings, images, widgets, links, etc.) into your element.

Elements

Elements are the fundamental building blocks of website page content.

Links

  • Basic Links - Almost anything can be made into a link. Examples include text, images, buttons, and more.
  • Service Bookings - A path for clients to book a specific service from a specific place on your website!
  • Reviews Link - In addition to getting reviews automatically, this option offers the generic approach so you can scoop up even more reviews.
  • Page Anchor -  We show you how to setup an anchor link that allows users to leapfrog to a specific point on a on of your website pages. It saves them the need to scroll and skim read – and makes navigation easier.
  • Share URLs From Your Site

Widgets

Widgets are like elements, but have a dynamic property. For example, adding a form isn't just a static piece of content like an image or text, it's interactive. 

  • Video
  • Map
  • Reviews
  • Script 
  • Social
  • Forms
  • Blog

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