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Adding a block to support Ukraine
You can add a block that suggests your customers donate to support Ukraine against the Russian invasion. You can select one of the links to the official pages of organizations for the button in the block: Come back alive, National Bank of Ukraine, etc. Adding the #StandWithUkraine block Open the editor, hover over the border between two blocks
Header is a top block on a site that is typically displayed on all site pages.
Making the header sticky
You can fix the header on the top of the page so it stays there even when the page is scrolled.
Making the header transparent
Your header can inherit the background of the block that follows and look "transparent".
Global blocks — header and footer
Global header and footer allow you to make instant changes across the whole site at once.
Footer is a block that is placed at the bottom of your site.
Adding a logo
In this article, you can find detailed instructions on adding text or an image as a logo for your site.
Menu bar settings
The site menu is a part of a header or a footer block that serves for easier site navigation.
Adding a language menu
A language menu is a specific component that allows your visitors to switch between languages on your multilingual site.
Changing the burger menu color
Learn how to change the color of the burger menu icon and background.
Adding an anchor menu
The anchor menu helps to create quick access to different blocks of your page.
Changing the design of a block
Learn how to change your block's layout, background, add animation, and change the block's anchor name.
You can enrich the look of your blocks by adding new elements to them — icons, dividers, lists, and many more.
Learn how you can manage your elements or columns in a block.
Collection items settings
A collection allows you to synchronize several identical elements so that they look uniform.
Translation of the text parts in site settings
Partly translating the site's text in the unified site settings allows you to change the text of some site elements in one place. For now, it is possible to edit the thank you pop-up displayed when sending a submission via a contact form.
Hiding a block on smaller screens
If you want to prevent a particular block from showing on mobile devices and tablets, you can hide it in the settings.
Hiding a block on a desktop
If you want to show a particular block only on mobile devices and tablets, you can hide it on desktop with a custom code.
Hiding a block on a page
Learn how to hide a specific block from the visitors while keeping it in the editor.
Adding blocks with tabs
You can structure the pictures in a gallery by general topics, organize your company's products and services, and more.
List items settings
List items line up horizontally and can be used for organizing content on your page.
Adding a table
A table is a data structure that organizes information into rows and columns.
Adding a countdown
A countdown helps announce a special offer, estimate the time left before the launch of a new product, etc.
Adding a divider
Divider allows you to separate elements and blocks with a visual line.
Adding a shape divider
If you've ever thought your block lacks something eye-catching or just wanted to divide blocks in a cool way, you can try shape dividers. They are stylish dividers of the blocks that you can apply to any of your site. Shape dividers allow you to make the border between two blocks visually more attractive than a regular straight line. So if you've ever thought your block lacks something eye-catching or just wanted to divide blocks in a cool way, you can try shape dividers. Here is an e
Adding a button
Buttons can be used for site navigation and as call-to-action. You can add a button to almost any block in the editor.
Changing the design of a button
To stick to the overall design of your site, we recommend to change the type and the layout of the buttons in the settings.
Deleting a button
Learn how to delete a button from a block.
Adding apps buttons
Use a special apps button to give your site visitors the ability to download a mobile app.
Working with the text rotator
Add and customize an eye-catching text rotator element.
Adding a custom block
Use a custom block to create your layout from scratch.
Adding and setting up a video
Learn how to add and set up a video on your site.
Adding links to elements (click action)
This article will show you how to make navigation elements clickable.
Learn how to add a file so that your visitors can download it from your site by clicking on a specific element.
Changing text color
Learn how to change the color of the text on your site.
Changing site's font
Weblium allows you to change a font family for the whole website or set a specific font for various typography.
Customizing text fonts for different devices
You can adjust the font size, line height, and spacing for mobiles and tablets.
Uploading your own font
if you have a custom brand font, you can upload it and use it throughout your website.
Advanced text settings
Learn how to enable the special characters in the font.
Global social links
You can set up global links to the social networks in the site settings.
Changing the design of the linked text
You can change the color, font, size and formatting of the link added to the text on your Weblium site. Changing the design of the linked text You can adjust the linked text with the help of a pop-up menu. For that, select the needed text and choose the option: However, linked text is underlined by default. To change this formatting, click on the Site Style icon on the toolbar: ![
Weblium allows you to add icons from the integrated services — Icons8 and Noun Project. You can also upload your own, custom icons in the editor. Follow the instructions below to see how you can add icons and change their background, color, and size. Adding icons Hover over the place in the block where you'd like to add an icon, click on the "plus" and choose Icon in the pop-up menu: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk
Adding your own code to the site
You can add your own code to the site to integrate a third-party service — for example, a typeform, booking system, calendar, etc. With the help of our tools you can integrate your code either to the whole website or to a specific page.
Adding your own CSS to the site
At Weblium you can add your own styling to the elements with the help of a custom CSS script. With the help of our tools you can place your code either to a particular page or to the whole site. Adding your own CSS to a
Adding CSS classes to elements on your site
You can add up to 5 class attribute values to almost every element on your site. You can use CSS classes to change elements you need by adding CSS code. Adding CSS classes You
Adding a "scroll to top" button
A "scroll to top" button is a must-have element on the sites that have more than 3 blocks. It provides visitors who land on the site with a pleasant navigation experience and makes it easier for them to surf through your website. Here's how the button can look like: Adding a "scroll to top" button For that, op
Adding Google Maps
Adding Google Maps to your site will benefit both you and your customers, providing your visitors with a detailed visual guide on how to find your company. Adding Google Maps Firstly, add a block which contains a map from the Contact tab in our gallery: ...or as a standalone element from the *
Adding the API key to Google Maps
After you have added Google Maps to your Weblium site, make sure to retrieve and add Google API key. This key is essential for displaying the map on your live site. Google Maps Platform offers a free $300 yearly credit for Maps. With the $300 yearly credit, the vast majority of customers find their use cases are completel
Automatic page redirect to an external resource
In some cases you may need to automatically redirect your site visitors from a particular site page to an external resource. This comes in handy when you are using functionality not yet available on Weblium — for example, login and personal profiles, also if you'd like to direct visitors to a particular resource without the need to click a link. Follow the instructions below to enable the automatic page redirect to an external source.
Google Maps not displaying on the live site
See the basic troubleshooting steps for Google Maps errors.
Mobile view of the site
One of Weblium's assets is an adaptive mobile version of all blocks and elements, created specifically for smaller screens. It allows you to compress the content and layout you see on the desktop into an easy-to-scroll, readable mobile version. This article will help you understand the logic of this adaptation. Paddings and fonts on mobile The paddings and fonts on mobile adjust automatically, and the bigger the padding is on the desktop, the bigger it will be on smaller screens. Paddings
Changing the tab color on mobile Chrome
Change the tab color for your site when viewed on mobile Chrome.
Adding and customizing a pop-up
Pop-ups are usually used for marketing purposes — notifying about the discounts, suggesting to subscribe to a newsletter or webinar, etc. You can add a pop-up in our editor to increase your lead counts.
Setting the pop-up triggers
After adding a pop-up on your site, go ahead and set up a trigger action for it to open on your live site. On Weblium, you can configure the settings for its display — how it will appear on the site, on which pages it will be displayed, and so on.
Setting the pop-up frequency
After adding and customizing a pop-up, you can change how often it will be shown on the published site.
Pop-up scenarios and limitations
Depending on your purpose, pop-ups can be shown on different stages of visitors' interaction with your website. You may combine various pop-up triggers, but bear in mind that sometimes they may override each other. This guide will help you learn more about common pop-up scenarios and limitations.
Creating a multilingual site
In case you serve the international audience, creating a multilingual site can help you improve your brand image and prove a customer-centric mindset of your business. More languages available on your website will attract more potential clients as well. There are two ways of creating a multilingual site on Weblium — creating language versions on the subdomains or within the same site. Follow the instructions below to choose the option that suits you best.
Setting a new homepage
Homepage is the first page that your visitors see when they land on your domain. You can set any page on your site as a homepage. Setting a homepage For that, you should access the pages menu on the top panel of site editor: By default, each template (even a blank one) has a homepage set on the site: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/fa84b4d83a50e800/pustoj-lej
Customizing 404 Page Not Found
404 Page Not Found is displayed to the users if they entered the incorrect page address or went to an already non-existent one. With the help of a well-designed 404 page, you can offer your visitors the option of further interaction with your site and provide the best user experience. On 404 Page Not Found, you can specify helpful information to your visitors, and put down the essential links so that users can return to the main page of the site and find what they are looking for. Thus, the pot
Creating a password-protected page
If you'd like to show the content of some pages to the specific visitors only, you can protect those pages with a password.
Creating a Coming Soon page
You don't have to wait until you finish your website completely to go online. While you are filling your future website with images and content or making a significant redesign, launch a Coming Soon page to give your site visitors an idea of what to expect next.
Creating a Thank You page
Once your site visitors submit a contact form, they will see a pop-up with a Thank You message by default. However, you can create a dedicated Thank You page that will open automatically after the form is sent. This page will give you more space to confirm the action, deliver useful content or even upsell. A Thank You page can be used to: Show your gratitude. Since this is a separate page, you have complete control over it: insert a heart-warming text or even a GIF with a cute cat. Give ad
Unpublishing your site
Once you publish your site, it instantly becomes available via a direct link. We don't offer the possibility to completely unpublish the site, but there are a few workarounds you can use in case you'd like to restrict access to the website. Options to hide your site from visitors: closing site from search engines; creating a Coming Soon page; disconnecting a domain from the site; duplicating the site and removing the original one. The guide below reviews different workarounds on ho