Take a look at the Editor X dashboard and the global settings located within it.
- [Instructor] Now that our website is done, … we have all of the graphics, all the colors, … the fonts, the pictures, the content, … let's look at some of the last steps … we might want to consider before publishing. … All of the nuts and bolts, businessy stuff … that might be important before you publish a webpage. … And you can generally find that stuff here in the Site menu. … It's on this top level of buttons, click Site, … and go down to Dashboard, … which is close to the bottom of the list. … This will open a new tab and load your dashboard … for this particular website. … So here's your dashboard. … It gives you all of the information … about what's going on with your website … and things that you might want to know, … most notably that your site is called, … in my case, Mysite1, and it's not published. … Your site is probably called something like Mysite, … mine is Mysite1 because I already have a site … called Mysite. … And the important parts that I want to focus on here … are in the left navigation. …
Skill Level Beginner
No-Code Solutions for Websites and Appswith Jen Kramer1h 14m Intermediate
Careers in Web Design and Developmentwith Jen Kramer27m 55s Intermediate
1. Building a Hompage in Editor X
2. Building Additional Pages in Editor X
3. Launching Your Editor X Site and Conclusion
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