Each of our products has an "Update Wrapper" tab, and each operates independently of the other. Thus, each product can have different branding.
The basic theory is that you first create the branding that you want on your own server by creating a new page which has the phrase "insert content here" where you want the form to go. When it looks the way you want, you copy it over by entering the URL of the page you created in the text box on the Update Wrapper page and hitting submit. (For a video example, click here.)
If the look isn't what you want, fix the page on your server and copy it over again. There is no harm in doing this as many times as you want.
Thus, you, your staff, or your web designer can work with the design tools you are most familiar with in creating the look you want.
You can also upload a CSS file to change the format of the page. This is the last CSS file to load so you can override any style except in-line styles. Thus, any change to the format of the page, e.g. font, spacing, width, background, that can be done via CSS can be controlled on a per page basis. This feature gives any designer much flexibility to make the page work the way he or she wants.
Depending upon the structure of your page, portions of the page are automatically made editable. Editable regions have dotted boxes around them. Click on them and a toolbar appears. You have access to the HTML source in these regions. The structure most likely to result in editable header and footer regions is:
</div> # end header section
</div># footer section
Now, there are a few restrictions to remember when creating the page on your server:
- Some conflicts will need the help of a web designer or someone who knows HTML and/or CSS.
You also have options for fixing problems after the copy is done.
- You can upload a CSS file that fixes the problem. This will often be the easiest way to fix small problems.
- (Optional) Typically, as explained above, when a template is copied, our software makes portions of the page editable. This gives you access to the HTML source where you may be able to fix the problems.