We get asked all the time about Automation in business, in Part 1 we will cover creating squeeze page/sales pages.
In this section will go over how to use the ClickFunnels Page Editor.
There are many aspects of the Page Editor, so it is crucial that you read through this entire lesson carefully.
The video below will give you a brief overview of the Page Editor and the article that follows will provide much more in-depth details.
The next step is to Open the Page Editor.
Below the thumbnail image of your page, there is a yellow button which reads “Edit Page“. Click this button to open the Page Editor.
Pro Tip: Ctrl + Click (PC) or Cmd + Click (Mac) will open the page editor in a new tab. Try it out.
In the page editor settings, you will manage almost all of the settings related to the design and implementation of your page.
(2) Email Integration Settings
In the email integration settings, you will manage the integration with your 3rd party email autoresponder or webinar service.
(3) Sections, (4) Rows, (5) Columns, (6) Elements
In these menus, you can see all of the sections / rows / columns / elements on the page. You can (A) Rearrange, (B) Hide, (C) Clone, or (D) Delete these page components using the buttons here.
You can also click on the desired page component to access its settings.
**Please note, that this is the only way to access the Columns Settings
Click this button to save your work. Remember to save your work often, there is no autosave.
Click here to exit the page editor. If you have not saved your recent changes, you will be reminded that you have unsaved changes on the page.
(11) Show Pop Up
The meta tags determine what will display when your page is shared on social networks as well as what is displayed on the Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). This will also determine what text displays in the browser tab.
(2) Custom Domain
(3) ClickFunnels Affiliate Badge
(4) Digital Assets / Downloads
(5) Background Settings
(6) Global Text Settings
(7) Tracking Codes
(8) Redirect Override
(9) Custom CSS
(10) Hide From Search Engines
(11) Save Page As Template
(4) Section WidthThe section width can be set to Full Page, Wide, Medium, Small, Extra Small. The content inside of the section will be resized accordingly
(6) Background Image
(7) Background Image Position
(8) Sticky Settings
Moving, Adding, and Removing Sections
(3) Move the section down one. This will switch the position of the selected section and the section that is currently below it.
(4) Access the section’s settings
(5) Duplicate or clone the section. This will clone everything inside the section.
(6) Delete the section. This will delete everything inside the section. (There is no Undo for this action.)
(7) Add a new row. This prompt will only appear in a section where there are no rows.
(8) Add a new section below the current section.
Moving, Adding, and Removing Rows
- The name of your row
- Move the row up one. This will switch the position of the selected row and the row that is currently above it.
- Move the row down one. This will switch the position of the selected row and the row that is currently below it.
- Access the row’s settings
- Duplicate or clone the row. This will clone everything inside the row.
- Delete the row. This will delete everything inside the row. (There is no Undo for this action.)
- Add a new row. This prompt will only appear in a row where there are no elements.
- Add a new row below the current row.
Similar options are also available in the Rows menu in the sidebar.
- The section where the row is located
- The name of the row
- Drag and reorder the row
- Hide the row
- Clone/duplicate the row. This will duplicate the contents of the row as well.
- Delete the row. (This is permanent. There is no Undo action for this).