The Design Tab
updated about 2 months ago
Think of DESIGN as the decoration around your content. You will not be changing the content inside your pages, but you have a lot of control over what appears around the pages. It's the stage props enhancing your marketing collateral so it's presented as professionally as possible.
Think of your microsite as falling along these general areas of presentation.
The design tab looks like this:
What you are trying to do here is make the presentation of your booklet look and feel like a professional quality website. That's why you can select from multiple layouts. These layouts will change where all the different navigation tools and buttons appear on your microsite.
First, you will want to choose a layout theme for your Simplebooklet. We've designed a number of them for you to choose. This will determine where all the buttons and features will appear on your page. Here are two examples:
Bottom Navbar Layout
Once you've settled on a layout, it's time to start configuring the various supporting menus and choosing which ones appear and don't appear.
As you configure various parts of your microsite layout, the design tab will show you the changes immediately.
The layout menu allows you to turn on and off the various buttons on your microsite. Just slide the toggle on or off to display the button. They include:
Tap the edit button beside the element to edit the content that appears when the button is tapped by the customer.
You can configure how your Simplebooklet appears within the microsite from here. They include:
You can set a color or choose from various patterns and images we've made available to use for your background. You can also upload your own image to add a background.
You can add a lead gate or a password to your booklet to restrict who can view your Simplebooklet. This will be required across every device a user accesses your Simplebooklet microsite from.
Lead gate information is collected and emailed to you. It is also collected and stored on your dashboard under the leads button.
The wizard will walk you through what we consider are the essential elements you should configure for your microsite. It's a good way for a beginner to learn about the design platform options.
Once your microsite looks like you want, it's time to start promoting it.
This is where you really get to stand out from the crowd and make sure your content is supported with a professional presentation.