Connect to your website
First we need to connect to your website using FTP, FTPS, SFTP, or Amazon S3. When you make changes and upload files, we’ll publish everything back to your server instantly.
You control your content. We don’t try to lock you in by storing your files in other places. You own everything.
Now that you’re connected, we’ll show you a list of files on your server. Just click the pages you want to edit and they’ll appear like magic in the CMS.
You can even enable certain pages that contain server-side code such as PHP, and ASP!
Define content regions
The last thing we need to know is what parts of the page you want to edit. To do this, add an
id and a special
<div id="content" class="cms-editable"> <!-- Everything inside is editable --> </div>
You can make just about anything editable, and you’ll only be able to change what's inside the elements you've tagged.
Tip: you can also define content regions before connecting your website! Some apps, such as Blocs, have this built-in for convenience.
Congratulations, your website is ready to edit! Now you can make changes anytime and invite your clients to do the same. It’s almost like magic.
Did I mention that our editor is incredible? Just click on your webpage and type. When you’re done, hit publish. It’s that easy.
Now that you’ve got the basics down, feel free to check out the docs to discover more features and integration techniques.
Open your website in a browser, click on the page, and edit it. It's so easy, most clients can use it without any training at all.
Drafts & Revisions
Save your work and pick up later where you left off, or open a previous version for editing. You won’t lose your content — not even by overwriting it.
Link your Google Analytics account and we’ll display your traffic in a simple dashboard that even clients can understand.
Make changes on one page and we’ll update all your other pages automatically. Super handy for headers, footers, and other shared content.
Insert predefined blocks of HTML into your pages with a couple clicks. Blocks are an easy way to add structured content to any page.
Enhance content by making things repeatable for easier adding/removing/reordering. You can even toggle editing for individual elements.