Learn how to build a website on your own without any previous web development experience. You will be more than surprised how easy it is to create your very own professional website with WebPaper. WebPaper allows anyone who can manage their email can build their very own website.
Why should you build your own website rather than hiring a developer to do it?Building your own website comes with many benefits, one being the fact that the website will be to your standards with every aspect being made by yourself. Two, building your own website will save you ALOT of money.
Why shouldn’t you build your own website? The only realistic reason why you should avoid building your own website is if you feel the idea is to complex for your undertaking do not over whelm yourself. Read, do your research before jumping to this option. In most cases there are easy, free solutions. Another reason might because of your available time. Producing a quality website takes time and dedication to it.
Some key fundamentals you should think about is budget, time available and knowledge. If you are limited in any one of the three things listed above WebPaper can save you all of them. With WebPaper’s free account package you can quickly get started without putting out any money. WebPaper is here to provide a printing alternative along with providing a cheap easy solutions for small to large businesses.
Taking charge of the once uncontrollable outputs; your website. The internet is growing by every second, get ahead and start your own website with WebPaper today. Unlike other website builders WebPaper is 100% free up to three pages so for smaller websites your good to go, we offer larger membership packages for those looking for a larger website. Also for free accounts there are zero advertisements on your website, that means it is clean and professional 100% free.
Left mouse click “Manage Folders“. A manage folders properties box will display.
Left mouse click “Add folder”.
Input the name you wish to name your folder. (For your eyes only, no one will see this who doesn’t have access to your WebPaper account. The folders are for your organization.) Once finished Left mouse click “Add Folder”.
Left mouse click the “x” on the top right of the screen to close the box.
Left mouse click the folders name in which you just created within your “Dashboard”.
“Folder Properties” will appear. Here you will be able to set up “Paid Access” settings or just Password protect your webpages from the public. (When you are logged in to your WebPaper account you will by pass these logins as you are the owner of the content.)
Check box “Paid Access”.
After click “Save”.
To set up payments fill out the “Paypal Email” field with your email address you have set up with Paypal. If you don’t have one and are not looking to sell membership leave this blank.
Left mouse click “Add a new plan”
Fill in “Title” with the title of the package, for example “Free membership”.
Fill in amount, if you wish for it to be free write nothing in this field.
Fill in “Valid for days” with the amount of days this package should be for. If it never expires input nothing in this field.
When finished do not forget that all pages you wish to use this registration/login form will need to be within that folder. Just drag and drop the pages you wish into the folder to password protect them.
The Image Library has been released! This feature will have a great impact on the quality of websites being built by non-graphic designers. Also improving the productivity output and increasing visual appeal overall. We believe this new feature will be a great asset to the ease and simplicity of WebPaper’s platform.
The Image Library features many different types of images ranging from business professional to standard icons. This Library will grow considerably overtime with user submitted images, filtered to give you only the top quality images to work with.
Simply type in what your looking for, find it and then click on your selection. Once selected your image will be brought to your canvas area.
To access the Image Library click on ”Image Library” button within the prompt box. You will then be able to search for your specified criteria.
Step 1. To create a new page on your website, head to your “Dashboard” area.
There are two ways you can create a new page. One being to duplicate a current page so you will not need to redesign each individual page.
Step 2a. (To duplicate a current design and page you have already made) Left mouse click on the page you wish to duplicate or hover your mouse over the page and left mouse click “Page Options”. You will see a menu in which displays the following options, “Duplicate”, “WebPaper Subdomain”, “Page Statics”, “Assign Your Domain”, “Your Domain – Page Name”. Left mouse click “Duplicate”, this will create a copy of the page you duplicated.
Step 2b. (To create a whole new page, NOT duplicating) Left mouse click on “Add New Page” Add New Page
Once you have created your WebPaper.co website, you might want users to sign up and provide feedback and ideas on topics you want to talk about. This can be done by going to http://tal.ki Just sign up and customize the way you want your forum to look, once finished you will be provided with an embed code that you can then copy. Once copied you will login to WebPaper, find the page you wish to add the forum to and click the (Edit) button.
On the page editor, click the (Add Text) icon this will add a text box with a red outline and the word new inside it. From here you can click inside the text box and remove the “new” text. Once the text is removed just paste the embed code and click (Save)
The forum will now be embedded into your website, click (Public View) to view your website to be sure. Now you are ready to start posting on your forum and telling your friends to join and make comments, and provide feedback on your website.
How to add Sub Accounts to your Existing WebPaper account
What is the purpose of sub accounts?
Sub Account allows you to create account in which have access to your WebPaper account. You have full authority over each account, including login email address, password, and even pages in which they are allowed to edit and see in their account.
To add a sub account navigate to your “DashBoard” click
Learn how to assign pages to Sub-accounts using WebPaper
To assign pages on sub-accounts on your Webpaper account, Log into your Webpaper account and enter your Webpaper Dashboard. Then on the right of the page click the “Manage Sub-Accounts” . Then a box with all your sub-accounts will display. Find which sub-account you choose to assign a Webpaper page to. To the right of the sub-accounts you will see “assign pages“. Left mouse Click on that, and Webpaper will redirect you to another tab/page showing all your pages you have on Webpaper. Then check the boxes on the side of each page you choose to assign to your sub-account. Once you have your pages picked, click the “save changes” on the bottom of the page.
To delete sub-accounts, Log into your Webpaper account and enter your Webpaper Dashboard. Then on the right of the page click the “Manage Sub-Accounts, the icon looks like .” Then a box with all your sub-accounts will show. Then pick which sub-account you want to delete, and click on the red “X” next to the edit button that looks like . Then a box will pop up asking if you are sure you want to delete your page, and click “ok”.
Learn how to build a user system in your website using WebPaper.co with these simple steps. First build the website pages, once finished drag them into a folder you have created already. If you have questions about how to create a folder, please review our other tutorial about adding folders. Once in the folder you want to left click on the folder name, from there you will see this pop up window
Notice the option to password protect your website if you wanted to, this would offer 1 password to access all website pages in the folder. But for this tutorial we want to make a membership website with a user system.
The next step would be check marking the payment box, please remember if the password box is also checked users are required to enter that in as well. ”Suggestion: If your using payment you might not want to password protect the folder as well.”
Now you want to setup the Paypal that receives the money by clicking “Payment Settings” this will bring up this pop up window
Under “Paid Content Price” this is the amount in (USD) that you wish to charge for via Paypal, and the second field is where you want to enter in that Paypal email. Our system will connect the users right to Paypal to make the website membership payment, and upon completion they will be allowed to view all content within that folder.