Content modules

With inCMS you can build your website with content elements.

On your page you can see several panes, which can be filled with content.

Please notice that there are green and blue panes.

The green ones are global, which means they appear on every page on the website.

The blue ones are local, which means they exist only on this page.

Keep an eye on this picture in the right sidebar. If we click on the blog page it is still there because it is in a green pane.

You can move it with drag and drop and put it in a blue pane. From now on it will only appear on the product page.

Click on the green plus icon on a chosen pane.

Now you can see all the content elements, which can be added to your page.

Click on grid to divide the pane into multiple columns.

The newly created columns can also be filled with content by clicking on the green plus icon.

You can add a flexi, which makes your text look nicer.

Click for example on standard box and choose a color.

Now you can see the newly created flexi which can now be filled with other content.

You can also select message box, select the type of the message and enter a title. As a result you get your title in a flexi with an icon. 

Now you can add  a text, for example.

You can always move the content element with drag and drop.

If you click on hide, the content element won't be publicly visible anymore, but you can still edit it within inCMS.

Click on the pencil to edit the content element.

Of course, you can always delete content elements by clicking on this button.

The available text and the image elements are explained in another video in more detail.

Then you can insert a break to make a gap between two frames. Here you can choose the number of line breaks.

Of course you can move the line-break-element with drag and drop.

Next you can add further elements such as gallery, Youtube, social media, form, etc., most of these are also explained in separate videos.

With source code you can add any HTML code, for example a map snippet from Google maps.

Finally you have the news element.

Here you can select the blog template and define the amount of articles shown per page.

This content element will display the blog you've already created here in the "news" module.

How to create a blog post is also explained in another video.