When using folders to arrange your website pages you want to click on manage folders Manage Folders From there users can create or edit existing folders as they wish. To adjust folder settings, simply left click on the folders name. A pop up will appear, from this menu users can add password protected settings to lock their website. Along with a payment option through PayPal, before the public may view the website.
Why would someone want to lock a website?
Maybe the website offers some private information you only want friends and family to view.
Why would one want to charge for someone to view the website?
Maybe you are selling photos, or videos, this would be something you let the public view but at a cost.
Developing your own website may seem like a breath taking task but I assure you it is not. With a little guidance in the right direction you should be up on your feet as a web developer in no time.
For those of you who are thinking “Why would I want to take the time to learn this?”. Well first off you will save yourself a headache, time and money. Most of the time people will say it will cost you now but later it will pay off. In this case it works both ways; now and later it pays off.
Getting started is simple and easy with WebPaper.co. WebPaper allows you to easily develop, change, and add things to your website instantly without programming know how. From HTML, CSS to PHP WebPaper does it for you. There’s no need to get confused now because this concept of no programming is the first step to realizing that remember computer programming languages is out the door for those of you who want to get started NOW and without a delay.
Simply move image, content boxes, and applications by left mouse clicking on the four way sign at the top left of layers.
Re-sizing objects such as Content boxes, and Images can be done by left clicking and holding while dragging to your desired width and or height. (HINT holding Shift while manipulating the size of a object will re-size it proportionally.)
Importing a images onto WebPaper is easy. Right click with your mouse on your desired image. You will see a drop down menu pop up displaying an option within this drop down called “Copy Image URL“. When pasted (HINT use ctrl+v to paste on windows) you will see the URL to the image like so (http://www.google.com/logos/2011/Googles_13th_Birthday-2011-hp.jpg). Now go into your WebPaper Editor and click the “image icon” that looks like ““. After clicking this icon you will receive a prompt box pop up called “Image Properties” . Under this title you will see “Image URL:” field, in this field paste (HINT right click and select paste or use CTRL+V on your keyboard). Once pasted into the field you then left mouse click “Ok”. The prompt box will then close and your image will be added.
This is for FREE WebPaper accounts so the image is not hosted on WebPaper’s servers but on the website you took the image URL from. (HINT you may lose images that the website changes or deletes; you have no control over this)
For paid WebPaper accounts you may upload images to your WebPaper account for storage. To upgrade your WebPaper account go to your dashboard and click the green “Account” icon that looks like
You may watch a introduction to WebPaper below, this video includes how to register, and add a WebPaper template to your dashboard area.
Learn how to add Custom Submission Forms to your website with WebPaper.co
WebPaper allows you to seamlessly add and customize Submission Forms on your website without any previously programming knowledge. To add a Submission Form to your web page, left mouse click the Submission Form icon . Once you have clicked on the Submission Form Icon it will automatically add it to your Editor as a gray box. Resize and position this box to any size or position that you wish. Double left mouse click on the gray Submission Form box in your Web Paper Editor to customize and configure your form.
To edit a field left mouse click on the Edit Icon . Input the caption you wish to display publicly on your submission form for that field. Choose from the drop down menu of the type of field. Check box the mandatory or if not do not check (This makes it so user must fill in this field before submitting).
To delete a field left mouse click on the and click “Yes” upon prompt.
To rearrange fields simply left mouse click on fields then drag and drop them into the order you wish for them to display publicly.
To send submission form to multiple emails simple click “Properties” and between each email you add input “;” (a semi colon). Receiver Email: Example. email@example.com;firstname.lastname@example.org;email@example.com
To change submit button text click “Properties” and edit the Submit button text field to what you wish it to display publicly.
To send a user to a new URL or link upon successfully submission of the form left mouse click on the “Properties” button and input the URL into the “Success URL” field.
To add a graphical button as a submit button simply left mouse click on the “Properties” button and click “My Images” to either upload or pick from pre uploaded images to act as the submit button but in graphical form.
Adding a Slide Show to your Web Page with WebPaper is simple! First left mouse click on the Applications Icon . Once clicked a pop up box with WebPaper’s applications will appear. Next left mouse click on the Slide Show Icons . After you clicked on the Slide Show icon a gray box will appear in which will allow you to place and resize to any area or dimensions you wish.
To set the images the slide show will cycle through, all you need to do is double click the gray slide show box. Then a pop up will appear that you can upload your images, and even order them. Once finished just save and close, and view on public view to make sure you like the size. If it looks messed up, try adjusting the height and width to better fit the images.
Now make changes to the properties of your Slide Show,
Effects, Easing, Speed time, and Pause time are now new properties added to your slide show options.
Learn how to add a Shopping Cart into your Web Page
Adding ecommerce to your website has never been easier! To add a shopping cart to your website simply click on the application icon . After you have left clicked on this icon a pop up box will appear with all the WebPaper Applications. Find the Shopping Cart Icon that looks like , left mouse click on this icon to add it to your web page. You will then see a gray box with the caption “shopping cart”. You can manage your shopping cart by double clicking the gray box within your WebPaper Editor.
The Shopping cart application allows users to easily integrate their personal or business Paypal account with a shopping cart. Allowing them to almost instantly start selling products off their website. We also recommend to those with a more complex system in need to use Ecwid.
Ecwid is 100% free but does offer some paid features and packages.
To add Ecwid into your WebPaper account paste the code they give you into a text box and save your page. Go to your Public View and you will see the shopping cart working. (You won’t see the shopping cart working within your editor)
Currently WebPaper offers Social Media Sharing Icons for Facebook , Twitter and Digg. To place these applications onto your any of your WebPaper web pages, simply click the “Applications” icon. Once you left click on this icon a Pop up box with multiple applications will appear. Simply click on one of the sharing icons you wish to add.
After you have clicked on any of the above Social Media Icons you will then see a gray box in which you can resize, and position anywhere or way you wish.
Social Media Icons are great for sharing things with friends, family, and or common people in which have the same types of interest as yourself. Social Media websites are a great place to connect and share things with other people. Social Media advertising is free and is very powerful. Take advantage social websites and the powerful networking abilities it allows you. Popular Social Media websites include Facebook, Twitter, Digg, and Google Plus.