The editing options include
- changing and formatting content
- swapping out images
- adding dynamic content
- deleting page elements (or entire page sections)
- replacing CTAs and links
- changing the meta title
- debugging mode
Welcome to our editor walkthrough. In this video, I will show you how to design an experience with the Unless visual editor.
When I hover over an element, you will notice that a blue box appears around it and once I click, a small menu appears to the top right. Here we will see a WYSIWYG (or what you see is what you get) editor with all kinds of changes we can make from fonts to colors and more.
If I click on an image I will have the option to replace it, adjust its size, add a link to it and more. If I click on a CTA button, I can change the text, edit or replace the URL. As you make changes you can check how your experiences will appear on mobile and tablet devices as well.
Let’s now take a look at the panel on the right.
For example, you can insert dynamic content to your experiences such as location or any custom traits that are specific to your business. We’ve got lots of integrations to make this easier.
You can also set up a page goal by selecting the target button over here and then selecting the element on the page you want to track as the goal of this experience.
If you want to get a bit more creative and technical, you can also insert custom JS and CSS, use the live code view to make changes as well as the debugging panel.
If you are making changes to multiple experiences you can simply switch using the dropdown at the top of the page.
Once your experience is ready, remember to save your changes, create a new version and publish. You are now good to go.