Some examples of the Admin Portal

General Settings
Where you set up the basics like time zones, key positioning statements and more.

User Profile
Preference settings for individual admin users.

Add and Manage Users
Create as many users as you need, and each user can have their own password access.

Your Pages or Posts
Create and manage new posts or pages – as many as you like.

Add and Edit Posts or Pages
Simple interface with text and image tools to create pages and posts, save them as drafts or have them self-publish at a set time.

Builder Modules
Turn on the Builder to create and edit your pages or posts. You can do this from the ‘front-end’ or ‘back-end’.

Builder Modules
Simply click to access a wide range of layout and design options.

Builder Modules
Drag and drop Modules to add text, headlines, sliders, call-outs, buttons, images, icons, video and sound files and a whole lot more.

Media Library
Upload from anywhere on your computer then manage all of your uploaded images, pdfs etc. Edit images even after you’ve uploaded them.

Drag and drop menu management. You can also create special menus and show them on specified pages only.

Theme Options
Plenty of options for how your site looks and behaves. Change your logo, page background, add social media links and more.

Contact and Other Forms
You’ll be able to create any type or number of forms.

Editing Forms
An easy-to-use form tool that gives you pre-built items including email, text, checkboxes, radio buttons, dropdowns and spam filtering.

Manage Sidebar & Footer Content
Drag and drop widgets to further customise your visitor’s experience.

Add Functionality
Add from thousands of free ‘Plug-Ins’ to do things like create your online shop, display professional galleries, simplify SEO management etc.

Rename pages url’s for better clarity, or to suit your needs, or to work better for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).

Theme Editor
Editing for the advanced user. All your site files are accessible here.

Please note that due to ongoing upgrades, pages may differ from those shown.