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Connecting an Existing Domain

Connecting your existing domain requires changing the DNS Records in your registrar so that the domain will point to our servers and to your new site.

To connect your domain:

  1. Log in to your registrar account
    The registrar is where you originally purchased the domain. If you don't remember who your registrar is, you can use whois.net to find out.
  2. Locate the Control Panel or Domain Manager of your domain in your registrar account.
    The control panel allows you to change the DNS records from the default ones provided by the registrar. Different registrars may have different control panel layouts and other names for it as well. You might find it under 'DNS Manager' or 'Domain Manager".
  3. In your registrar's Control Panel, change the A record and the CNAME:
    A record - Host → @ (empty) points to → 174.129.25.170
    CNAME - Host → www points to → router.wonepage.com

Few important notes:

  1. It may take up to 24 hours for these changes to propagate worldwide.
  2. If there are previous A records in your DNS settings - make sure to delete them.

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Adding and Removing Elements

To add a new element, click the grey (+) button which shows up as you hover next to the different items.

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This opens a menu with elements for you to choose from.
The selection depends on the type of item you’re adding the element to.

In general, you can add videos, images, prices, buttons, icons, maps and dividers, as well as social media buttons, text areas, titles and subtitles.

Simply click on the type of element you want to add, and it’s there.

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To delete an element, click on it. A mini-menu will open.

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Then click on the red X and your element is gone.

Adding an Element Stripe:

Click on the blue (+) you see when hovering between the different sections.

You’ll see a menu on the left with different types of stripes to choose from.

At the bottom of this menu, click Elements and choose one from the options on the right:

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You now have a new stripe with the element of your choice which you can easily edit.

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Managing Pages and Menus

You can navigate between pages and manage them from the Top Toolbar.

On the left of the toolbar you’ll see a dropdown menu with the name of the page you’re currently editing. To navigate to a different page, simply select it from the menu.

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There you will also find options for renaming or duplicating the page you’re working on.

Click the Manage Pages button to change the order of your pages, clone or delete them completely. Hover above the thumbnail of a page and you’ll see a small toolbar with the available options.

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Keep in mind, however, changes you make in this section won’t affect your website’s menu. To do this, select Manage Menu from the Top Toolbar.

Here you can choose the design of your site’s menu, delete or arrange the order of its sections, and add links.

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For more customization options for a specific page, select Page Settings in the Settings section on the top toolbar.

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Adding a Page

To add a page:

Step 1

Hover above Home in the left corner of the Top Toolbar and click the Add a New Page

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Step 2

You’ll see a gallery with different page templates. Here you can copy an existing page, add blank pages or select one from the available designs.

Step 3

Click the page design of your choice and name it.

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Step 4

Select Add Page.

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Next, you’ll be asked if you wish to add it to your site’s main menu. Choose the option you prefer.

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Welcome to your new page: let the editing begin!

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Managing Stripes

On the right side of each stripe you’ll find the Stripe Toolbar.

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Press the up and down arrows to change the position of the stripe relative to other stripes on the page.

To delete a stripe, simply click the red X icon.

You can duplicate a stripe: just click the copy button (second icon from above). To Paste it at the location of your choice:

Click on the blue (+) you see when hovering between the different sections.

You’ll see a menu on the left with different types of stripes to choose from.

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Click the Stripe Settings icon to see all available customizations. There are different types of menus for different type of stripes.

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As a rule, the menu lets you to change the background, edit the layout, add effects, and play with the general appearance of the stripe. It also lets you add new items, such as slides and text sections.

Click the Manage button to easily remove, duplicate and change the order of the items on the stripe. Simply hover above items to see the available options, then click DONE to save any changes.

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Adding a Stripe

Each page in your site is assembled by stripes. You can add as many different stripes as you wish to fit the functionality and the design of your choice.

Step 1

Select the best location for your new stripe between the existing ones and click the blue plus (+) button which appears as you hover:

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Step 2

Now, you’ll see a variety of sections to choose from. These are sorted into galleries according to their function.From the left menu, select the type of stripe you’re looking for:

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Step 3

As you click on the section of your choice, on the right you’ll see different design templates. Use the arrow buttons to browse through them until you find the one you like.

Step 4

After selecting a template, click the Add Section button – the green plus (+) – to add the stripe to your page.

Step 5

All done! Time to edit your new stripe.

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Click & Edit, Mix & Match

With Wonepage, you no longer need to stick to the tiresome drag & drop method. In fact, every template you choose has inbuilt features and functionalities.

Your website’s pages are built out of stripes which include elements and items. All you have to do is mix & match the types of stripes and elements you want and then simply click & edit to suit them to your needs.

You can add as many stripes as you wish to your page, and add different elements within them to create a unique design.

You never have to start from scratch, since templates are always ready for you to redesign with the fonts, colors, videos and images of your choice.

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Definition of Website, Page, Stripe, Item and Elements

Wonepage makes web building easier with the use of a simple hierarchy.

Each website you’ll build has 4 levels:

  • At the very base there are Elements;
  • A number of elements create an Item;
  • Several Items together create a Stripe;
  • And several stripes combined build a Page;
  • The pages of course, is what your Website consists of.

Every level has its own menu and settings. Take this stripe for example:

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The blue settings button on the right opens a menu to edit the features of this stripe.

The sections within the stripe are the items, and if you hover next to them, you’ll see the different editing options.

The grey settings button on the left is the Site Settings icon. It opens the website style menu, which is always available to you. Here you can manage pages, edit the background, define your site’s fonts, select the layout for its menu, and much more.

Wonepage is the all‑in‑one platform to create a website.

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