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We’re very happy to announce that your tool widget box is now one item richer: dividers are now available on all liveBooks websites! These little assets will help you better organize your stacked pages, and subsequently, they will make it easier for your visitors to go through your content.

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You should give buttons more credit when building your website. They can be extremely useful guides around your content for new visitors, and emphasize new projects for your usual guests. In this week’s article, we will explore the many uses buttons, where you can add them to your liveBooks websites and how to customize them.

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September 24th, 2018

Buttons get an awesome update!

Posted by liveBooks

The update for buttons is live on all liveBooks websites as of the 17th of September. This great face lift now gives buttons even more room for customization: introducing the color change on hover. It’s a small update which goes a long way: it creates a wonderful dynamic for your website and adds to the interaction of your visitors with your website. More »

While growing your portfolio may be a daily task, updating your website tends to get postponed. Because this is a common occurrence among many of our clients, we’ve added a number of features to ensure that your online presence mirrors your offline hard work. You won’t have to be a trained magician for this one – you will be able to make your pages invisible with one easy tap of your finger.

So far we’ve covered the tools that allow you to add contributors to manage your content, the ability to duplicate pages or blocks as well as your Save Design tool, just to name a few. In this week’s article we will focus on your Work in Progress pages and the feature that makes them truly awesome: keeping them invisible from your website until they’re ready to be published.

Any new page that you add to your website can be set as invisible. All you need to do is:

  1. Go to your Content editor and click the gear icon attributed to the page you want to set as invisible.
  2. When prompted with the page settings pop-up, disable Page Visibility.
  3. The page set as invisible will now be displayed as orange and it will have the Invisible attribute above its title.

Now you can work on that page while still making changes to the rest of the site and publishing. While the page is set as invisible it will not appear on your website. When your page has the content you want, simply toggle back its visibility and hit Publish! Now your website will have a new page with awesome content that you can share on all your social media platforms.

Pro tip: When you toggle visibility for a page that has an Legacy URL, the redirect will be deleted automatically. Before making a page invisible make sure you’ve copied the redirect link so you can add it again once the page visibility is turned on. This will ensure that all legacy links will properly send your visitors to your new pages.

 

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