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Getting Started Customizing Your Website

This guide will answer common questions about the Avoori platform and will help you get started.

First of all, we would like to welcome you to your website administration panel. It will allow you to customize everything about your website.

The User portal

After purchasing a website on any plan, the fastest way to get started editing your site’s content is to simply login to Avoori, go to the User Portal and select the site you want to edit from the list of available websites. Once you’ve transferred to your site admin dashboard you  may begin editing your homepage contents using the page designer.

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Managing Your Site’s Posts and Pages

Your site will usually come with some pages or posts that you can quickly edit to customize your site. Add the basic pages you need, inserting any content and images you’d like. (It’s okay if you don’t have everything!). Click on the admin menu items for pages or posts to select a page to edit, edit existing pages or delete a page.

To quickly edit the contents of any of your pages, simply click on the “Edit with Page Designer” button which appears at the bottom of your website pages, after logging in to your website.

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Managing your site posts and pages

Using the Page Designer to Edit Pages

The page designer allows you to build your pages as they appear on the front-end of your website. Believe us, It’s an amazing experience. Try it out!

As you make changes to your site’s content or design settings using the page designer, your changes appear in real time. Just click on the page and start typing. If you want to adjust the font and style of your text, simply select it, and these settings will pop up. As you build your page and add new content, you’ll see it all happening right before your eyes.

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Using the page designer to customize pages

Managing Your Media

When you upload images to your media library, they can be used on any of your pages. In addition, you can browse a huge library of free high-quality images and add unlimited images to your site.

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Managing your media and images

Working with Layouts

The layouts are your ultimate web design toolkit. Your favorite layouts, sections, rows, and modules can be saved for later use. Whenever you save an item to your layouts, you can access it easily from within the module window when adding a new layout, module, section or row to the page.

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Working with layouts

Managing Comments

Comments are a great way for visitors to add feedback to your posts.

If you enable comments, a comment form will appear at the bottom of the post so that people can respond to what you have written.

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Managing comments

Organizing Forms

All the forms submitted through any of your website pages will appear on the “Forms” menu. You will be able to view an organized list of all the submitted forms for your reference.

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Organizing forms

Customizing Your Site’s Appearance

In the “Customize” section of your website, you will be able to change the site logo and other items, change the color scheme of the site header and footer, and adjust the design of your blog pages.

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Customizing the site appearance

Adding and Modifying Widgets in the Widget Areas

If you have any widget-enabled areas in your site, you will be able to configure them in the “Widgets” section. Widgets are usually used in the sidebar and the footer areas of your site.

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Adding and modifying widgets in the widget areas

Adding and Editing Menu Items

You can easily edit the menu of your site so each link goes to a page on your website or an external link of your choice.

Some sites have more than one menu configured, so you may edit them all in the “Menus” section of the admin panel or via the customizer.

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Adding and editing menu items

Adding Users to Your Site

To add users to your site, simply go to the “Users” menu and there you will be able to list your existing users and add more users with the user role of your choice.

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Adding Users to Your Site

Managing Your Site User Profile

In order to edit your user profile on the site, you may go to the profile page and edit the user profile settings that will represent you when logging in, posting your blog posts, and commenting.

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Manage my site user profile

Importing Site Data from Another Source

You may import data from another site or platform to be used on your website. The new data will retain its original formatting.

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Importing site data from another source

Exporting your Site Data

You may export your site data to be used on any other WordPress site or another sites platform.

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Exporting your site data

Privacy information – Privacy and Terms Pages

On this page, you will be able to configure your website Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

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Privacy information – Privacy and Terms pages

Privacy Information – Exporting and Erasing Personal Information

You may use this screen to export the user data stored on your site and to erase users’ personal information from your website

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Privacy information – Exporting and erasing personal information

General Site Settings

These general settings let you control how your site is displayed, such as the title, tagline, language, visibility, and additional site settings.

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General Site Settings

Discussion Settings

Discussion Settings let you have control over how visitors and other blogs can interact with your site.

This includes managing your default article settings, other comment settings, email notifications, requirements before a comment goes live, comment moderation, and comment blacklist.

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Discussion Settings


Look at the video below to see how to start customizing your website using our unique page designer.

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