Before and after slider widget for weebly
In the last post, I introduced the before and after scene as follows.
When you need to express this before and after, using an image slide that can naturally show these images is more effective. If you visit the fortress website, you will see it often.
Below is a website that provides before and after image slides. You can use the service for free if you use simple functions. (If you want to move the site, please click the below screen)
How to use is as follows: After selecting your favorite slider style and then Click the button at the hot pink bottom(Continue with this templates) left of the screen.
Click on it and you will see the below screen, and then click the dog_2.jpg.
And then please upload your before image from your computer.
You have to upload the after image by using the same process like above.
Creating a Weebly website
Recently, I made another Weebly website out of necessity. And I would like to show you how to make it until completing the primary screen step by step.
First of all, to create a website on Weebly, you need to enter the information below.
Name, password, email, country and then check the E-sign consent.
Once you sign up, and can find out the below screen.
We know you want a business website, but you should select “I want a personal website” here by clicking the “Try Weebly Websites” button. With a Weebly website, you can do everything listed on the business website side of the screen except “Automatically sync with Square POS.”
Next, you can choose your favorite theme to design your site. One disappointment is that Weebly does not provide a variety of themes unlike other blog builders. But I'm personally satisfied with the basic theme introduced here.
Weebly will then ask about your domain. We recommend building your site on a subdomain (e.g., yoursite.weebly.com) so you can publish your site and test it before it goes live on your real domain.
The domain name is searched for a name that has been thought of in advance. If someone is already using it, it will be marked as unavailable. If it can be used, it is displayed as Choose. At this time, click the Choose to obtain a domain name.
It’s best to upgrade your site now so you’ll have access to all the features Weebly provides as you create your website.
In my case, I decided to make a website first and then skipped this step.
Next is the editor window shown in Weebly. Through this window, you can change themes and create or edit individual pages. First of all, in my case, I will change the main homepage screen for a moment.
You can change the site logo using Weebly's logo editor.
And change the header image using the header image editor. In my case, I used the artwork I recently worked on digitally as an image screen. If you use your own image, you can work more freely without being restricted by image copyright.
I will upload the digital art image work process as soon as I have time. My future plan is to create a single tutorial by converting these tasks into a database.
The process up to this point showed the process of simply signing up for the Weebly site and creating a simple main site. The process of becoming the entire website will be uploaded as soon as it is organized.
The site below outlines the process of creating Weebly's homepage, from A to Z. It would be good for reference.
I hope that my little experience will be of great help to you, so that you can create a wonderful Weebly website.
How to create your free site search engine on Weebly.
It has now been almost two months since I have been posting regularly on my blog. After two months, the number of visitors suddenly increased because of the H1 tag. Anyway, getting to know each one seems to give a lot of joy. We keep talking as we post. Weebly is not a flexible enough site builder for bloggers to blog. It would be nice to have the usual features of other blog builders, but you can't even expect that.
I remember being very surprised when I first found out that there was no such feature when I tried to search for these articles and turn them over to the page as blog posts were steadily piling up, and when I tried to view my posts as a list on one screen.
I had to count my posts one by one manually. That's stupid. At this time, I was so disappointed that I wanted to switch to WordPress.
But my son recommended to me Weebly he was 10 years old. I can't jump to another site because I remembered the scene he suggested with a lovely smile. Therefore I have to adapt somehow. Definitely!!! Today, I would like to show you one more feature to overcome the limitations of the Weebly site. It is a search engine that searches pages which I made in my site. The follow as below is the results screen.
A search engine with a pink button is added to the right sidebar of Weebly. Contents in my blog are searchable. Of course, if you pay and upgrade to Weebly "Weebly Pro", you can get a search engine.
But I am going to show you how to create a search engine in my homepage for free using the custom search engine tool provided by Google. Of course, if you pay and upgrade, you'll get the best possible service, but in my case I don't have to. Go to the below site and then click the blue button called Get Started.
When you click the blue button, a form for specifying the site address, language, and engine name appears as shown below.
I set it as below right. For reference, I wrote www.annakoh.com/info as below, because I want the content to be searched only in the Info menu of my site. You can also make it specific for each menu like this.
How to add other site's in weebly
I drew pictures and posted my works on several sites. Currently, I want to show pictures from various sites on my homepage. One of the things you need to do that is an app with a feed function. I introduced it in the previous post, but if you use the RSS app, you can introduce your works from other sites on your current homepage. In particular, I would like to show you how to insert and display your work that has been posted on other online sales sites on the Weebly site as your homepage. First, the result screen is as follows.
The picture in the red box area on the right side of the screen above displays the artwork of Artflake, another picture selling site.
In this way, I will introduce the process of how to introduce pictures from other sites, not pictures on the Weebly site, on my Weebly page.
First, go to the RSS app site.
Next, click the oranged button in the middle, called Get Started Now! And then you can figure out the below. Please click the Webpage to RSS Feed in the red box like below.
How to embed your Pinterest in your weebly site.
Currently, I have uploaded my works to Fine Art America, Artflakes, Pinterest, Etsy, etc. These sites are places where artwork is sold directly by uploading images, or print-on-demand is used to apply the images to mugs, T-shirts, and phone cases. However, if you manage your website, you will want to introduce products from other sites on your main screen. In my case, I introduced a picture from Pinterest on the main screen as shown below. (In the red rectangle box)
As introduced in the previous post, in this case, using the RSS app can be easily solved.
Go to related article !
The only difference is that the code below is copied using the feed oriented to Pinterest.
Enter your Pinterest site URL and click the generator button !
In my case, I chose the Carousel tab of Widget to show it like a gallery.
|Myungja Anna Koh||