In this article, you will learn how to create a simple page with the key features and tools.
This video will show you how to get started within 7 minutes with PageFly, let’s check it here:
If you already installed the app, skip this step and move to the next one.
Visit the PageFly page on Shopify App Store, click the Add App button and fill in your store’s URL to install the app to your Shopify store. Simples.
After installing PageFly, you can now access the Dashboard.
In the Dashboard, PageFly has outlined four tasks to help you get started. These tasks are fundamental yet essential steps for utilizing PageFly and enhancing your conversion rate.
- View a quick introduction about PageFly
- Create your first page
- Enable PageFly analytics
- Enable UI optimization
Click on a task to begin your journey with PageFly.
After completing each task, click on the circle and the status bar will show your progress.
Once you have finished all four steps, you are ready to customize your store and increase your conversion rate with PageFly.
In the Shopify admin sidebar, click Apps > PageFly Landing Page Builder. After that, you will be redirected to the PageFly Dashboard.
In the PageFly Dashboard, head to Pages. You can find all page types here.
To start creating a new page, click on the “Create blank page” button and select the type of page you want to create. This will open a blank page where you can freely add elements to create your desired design.
Alternatively, you can choose to “Create from a template > Select a template that suits your needs, and you’ll be directed to a page with a pre-designed layout and settings. You can then customize the elements to match your preferences.
If you are wondering about how to create a landing page with PageFly, you can watch the video below:
Or you can use our template to build an awesome page:
Here are some features in the Page Editor to help you understand how PageFly works:
|1. Top navigation bar
|See and set up general information on your page, including page type, page title, choose or change page Template, turn on Theme styling, change device layout, turn on or off the Auto save function, etc.
|2. Show page outline
|Displays the page outline inside the Editor.
|3. Add PageFly element
|Offers PageFly basic elements and sections. Drag and drop them to the blank page.
|4. Add Shopify elements
|Offers Shopify elements. Elements related to Product, Collection, Blog Posts.
|5. Add third party elements
|Offers third party app elements in 4 categories: Reviews & Rating; Badges & Seals; Subscriptions; Upload Fields. This feature is updated continuously.
|6. Add extra third-party elements
|Offers some extra third-party elements that PageFly has not integrated.
|7. Version history
|Shows auto-saved and published versions. This feature will only be activated once you publish the page.
|8. Add Custom Code
|9. Open 24/7 Live Chat
|Open the window to chat 24/7 with our human supporters.
First, click Add Element > Element. Select the element and you can edit it with 2 tools:
- Element toolbar: Quickly take action on the element, including move; duplicate; delete; copy style; paste style.
- Element inspector: Edit the settings and stylings of the element with 2 tabs: General and Styling.
You have more ways to add information to your pages besides PageFly elements:
- Shopify elements: These are built-in features from Shopify itself.
- Third-party app elements: These come from other apps that connect to PageFly. There are many to choose from!
PageFly works with over 80 third-party apps, so you can personalize your pages exactly as you want. To find out more about which apps PageFly works with and how to use PageFly integrations, check out this article.
Once you’re done building the page, hit Save. This option saves the page to a database but does not make it public yet. You can see the preview of the page by clicking on the Eye icon here.
When your page is ready to go on live, the Save and Publish button both saves the page and makes it public for you! You can see the live page via Live View. The page will link to your store with the address “your-shop-name.myshopify.com/pages/page-name”.
You can check the PageFly page in the Shopify database by going to Shopify home > Sales Channels > Online Store > Pages.
If you are still wondering about how to have a beautiful and attractive page with PageFly, do not worry, this guide will surely help you and give you the knowledge and practical information for PageFly users about crafting a perfect e-commerce page.