Documentation > Webpages

Create webpages for anything, your main website, a conference or for resources only for paying members.

Creating a Web Page

Webpages are a great way to provide information to your members, staff and anyone else.With the ability to quickly create a webpage, add some text to it and save it so everyone can see it, it is the fastest way to keep everyone informed.The website editor in mition is really easy to use.To create a new page on your website:- go to Webpages- Click on the [ + ] button under neath the list of pages- Add a name and a URL and press save.You can customise more things in that area too, lik...

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Name and URL

  You can create the name of the Webpage by clicking the edit icon and filling out the empty box with the appropriate name that you want.  For the URL, it has to have a forward slash ( /) and has to have a name. It’s not recommended to adjust the homepage though if you are making a folder because you need the page at that specific location to be able to access everything or to at least have something to land on when people go to it first. All urls should be lowercase and have no spaces, se...

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Setting Security (Roles)

Web pages can add security. You can create pages and areas that are limited to people who are part of a specific role. You can include more than 1 role and all those roles will have access.You can create your own roles (see Admin Settings > Members > Roles) or use the inbuilt Roles provided (Admininistrator, Staff, Member). You can assign roles to users manually, one at a time or in bulk and you can have a role assigned to a user automatically when they add a subscription (free or paid subs...

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Enabling or Disabling a Page

  You can build a page and have it enabled or disabled until you’ve finished making or adding content.If the page is enabled, it has a green light. You can turn pages on and off easily by just clicking on the ‘enabled’ option or not clicking on it.

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Including in Main Menu

  If you want to include the new webpage in the main navigation which is located at the top area, just click settings and the option ‘include in main navigation’. The main menu is a list of the most used things for quick and easy access. Open the Component Editor and fill in the necessary information for the Title, url, keyword and description, then click 'Include in Main Navigation'. Save afterwards.

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Using the Main Footer

The Footer, is a section or area at the very bottom of a webpage. It contains important information and is useful for including material that you want to appear on every web page. The default footer for other pages will show you the actual footer that is on the home page on your page. It is a good way to have a footer on the homepage that can then be used across the whole site. For example, if you create another site and you wanted to use the default footer from the homepage, just click the ‘in...

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Webpage Components

This page shows you all the available web components and provides some extra information on how they work. You have a few to choose from when adding components. All these components display automatically well on either big or small screen. You can use any of these components by selecting the edit option and filling out the desired styles, then click save.  Call to Action 2.0 A nicer version of the Call to Action.This also has an optional button. fas fa-arrow-circle-right Accordion i...

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Animations and Layout (CSS)

  Every component you add to a website has a field called Custom Class. You can use this to do a range of inbuild animations and spacing. Underlying Mition is Bootstrap 4, a powerful browser based layout system. So all the Bootstrap 4 features are available to you.You can also add custom animations and classes using a Javascript component, then use that class on multiple components. On scroll AnimationsUse these classes to get an animation on scroll (as the user scrolls down and the com...

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Moving Webpage Components (Drag and Drop)

You can move the webpage components to a different location within the page using the drag and drop option. First, move the pointer to the object, then press and hold down the button on the mouse to grab the object. Drag it to the desired location by moving the pointer. Finally drop the object by releasing the button.

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Enabling or Disabling a Web Component

The function of enabling and disabling a web component lets you choose what particular information you want to show to your audience at the given time. You can enable and disable a web component by clicking the options button. The green button then becomes red which means the audience won't be able to see it. You can enable it when you click the button again.

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Custom Styles (Colours and Fonts)

You can choose from a list of colours and fonts when editing. For Colours, we have the default, charcoal, gold, blue, green, grapefruit, bittersweet, sunflower, grass, mint, aqua, blue jeans, lavender, pink rose, light grey and dark grey. For Fonts, we have normal,  header 1-5 and blockquote. You can also make the words or texts in bold or italics, and other options that you prefer. These styles can be applied to make the site look presentable and consistent with the overall theme. If you wa...

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