Sitebuilder helpHelp for the Sitebuilder
html and index.html? If I opened my page with another utility, why did my page crash?
What can I do to modify and append them? If I have a website that I create using a different utility than SiteBuilder, can I do that?
Help with SiteBuilder - Web Publisher
SiteBuilder What is it, how to get it, pros and cons and web adresses. Getting set Appearance and handling of the site, navigating, structuring, mobile viewing and logging in for editing. Page creation Engineer launch a new empty page or use a page style such as newsletter, calendars, forums, forms or podcasts.
Editing Contents Editing and Manipulating Contents. Site Features The various site features and how to work them. Link Link to other SiteBuilder pages or pages outside SiteBuilder and verify for incorrect link. Managing Pages Copy, erase, move, re-name and recover pages. Upload, modify, alter property and privilege sets, and move your work.
Privileges What are the privilege sets and how can you modify or modify them? Messages Publish and organize messages. Meetings Publish and maintain your calendar of upcoming meetings. Stationery Builder Publish stationery on your website and administer the stationery delivery information. User-defined page layouts Creates your own page layouts that can be reused by others.
SiteBuilder APIs for engineering development detail and sample codes.
Website Builders Help - Creating and Maintaining Your Website
Your Moneybookers Digital Store has everything you need for a professionally designed web site. Your own domainname (subdomain or user-defined domainname referred to your website by each registrar), an easy-to-use site builder, add-ons and widgets, and web hostings are all contained in your site name.
They can also have a fully qualifyingomainname like www.yourwebsitename.com. You can continue to use this name in your EBR if you have already created a new domainname with another Registrar. Click here for instructions on how to set up your own website. How about web hosting and e-mailing?
Or you can set up your own e-mail account from your own top level domains administrator (most administrators allow you to have e-mails under the top level domains, and you just refer your domains to our servers).