PageFly - Top menu

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In this article, you will learn about the top sections of PageFly editor page.

Top bar

The top bar includes useful links to Go to Dashboard, Notification, and Quick Help..

Key features in the top bar:

NameDescription
1 – PageFly logoClick to go to the PageFly app Dashboard.
2 – NotificationClick to check the notifications from PageFly or go to the PageFly Notifications Page to see all the notifications.
3 – Quick HelpWhen you click the Quick Help button, you will see a box like this

You can search for elements or anything which is related to PageFly in the search box, then you’ll find some related articles in the Help Center displayed. Click on one of these articles to go to the Help Center.
The CATEGORY also brings you to the Help Center with 4 main topics:

  • Frequently asked questions
  • Quick start
  • How-to tutorials
  • Troubleshooting

Click the Browse the Help Center will lead you to the PageFly Help Center.
Click on the last line in this box to chat with the support team.

 


Key features in the menu bar:

1 – Type of pageDisplays the current type of page. Click to come back to that type of page’s PageFly Admin.
2 – Page TitleDisplays the page name.
Clicking on the page name will open the Page Settings.
3 – TemplateOpen the Page Template library with 50+ page templates designed for various purposes.
If you choose a template, it will overwrite the content of the current page.
4 – Theme StylingAllows you to activate the theme’s styling in the editor for a more “natural” editing process. Once turned on, you will see the real header/footer of your Shopify theme as well as other theme’s styling.
Note that in some cases, there might be a conflict with the theme. If you see a blank screen after turning this feature on, please turn it off.
5 – Device SelectorChoose the device you want to edit the page for.
6 – Undo / RedoUndo or redo the last actions made
7 – CloseClose the page editor and come back to the page list.
8 – SaveSave all the changes to the database, but do not publish it to your live site yet. You can preview the changes by clicking the “Preview” button.
9 – PreviewPreview the latest version of the page.
Note, that this might not be the version that is currently published. To publish the current version, click the “Publish” button.
10 – PublishPublishes the latest version of the page to the live store.
Technically speaking, it will sync the data from the PageFly page to the corresponding Shopify page.
11 – Live viewSee the page on your live store.
Note, that if you want the latest changes to be seen on live store, you must publish the page first.

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