First steps in site building

Step 1. Enter the Template Gallery

After you sign up you land in a Template Gallery presenting dozens of professionally designed templates tailored for every business niche, from hair salon to IT services, and more.

Browse the template categories to find a design that suits your preferences and business needs best.


Once you find the template you like, click View Details to learn more about this template and its features.


Click on the template to preview it.

Happy about the design? Click Use this template to proceed to set up your website.



Step 2. Set up your website type

Once you have selected your website theme, you can add a few essential details about your business.

First, choose the type of website from the selection of categories. This will help personalize your website building experience. Some features are only available for specific website types.

Choose the website type and click Continue.



Step 3. Enter your website name and description

Enter the website name as you would like it to appear in the navigation.


Important: Carefully choose your website name, as it (or its variation) will appear in your free subdomain URL.

You can enter the website description later.

Click Continue to proceed.


Step 4. Choose the website structure

On the next page, choose the type of website you are planning to build. You can create a one-page, business-card style website or a regular website with several pages.



Tip: To return to the previous step, click the Back button at the bottom of the screen.

At the next screen, add a few details about your business: your logo, business name, and business description. You can always add these details later.


Step 5. Add your business details

Add even more details about your business, such as; business hours, your contact information, and social media accounts. These details will be added to your website.


Click Finish setup to complete setting up your website details.

You will be taken to the Sitebuilder where you can start building your website.


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