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Site preview

Open the preview mode of your site in the editor to see how it will look when published. You can also preview how the site will be displayed across different devices, including mobile, tablet, or desktop.

Tip: All websites created on Weblium are fully responsive — our editor automatically adjusts the desktop version of the site to a mobile or tablet display so you can focus on the rest. You can learn more about editing the mobile version of a website separately in this article.

Editor elements that need to be tested on a published website:

pop-ups. They do not appear in preview mode.
contact forms’ replies. You can test the process of submitting a contact form reply, but it will not appear in the “Form Management” site settings section and will not get into Weblium CRM. If you want to check your submitted contact form reply, you need to test it on a live site.
the online store pages. They will look standard, and there will not be a way to interact with them, as with store elements on regular site pages. To test an order, you need to do it on a live site.
view blog posts. You can view a blog feed added as a block to a page on your site, but you won't be able to open the specific blog post page. They should be checked on the published site.
Google Maps. The map may appear working in preview mode but not on a live site. The map should always be checked on a live site.

Site preview

Open the site's editor and click on Preview in the toolbar:

To see how the site will look like on mobile, tablet or desktop devices, switch between the icons in the center:

Tip: Once you're ready to launch your site, publish your changes: Publishing a site.

Updated on: 04/26/2024

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