As of May 31, 2023, we will stop supporting the old LEGACY WEB LAYER creator. We decide to take this step because we have newer technology solutions.
Below you will find instruction for moving WEB LAYER SLIDER, as it may require more work. For Web Layer Banner, all you really need to do is copy the existing content and move it to WEB LAYER BANNER.
After logging in, click the On-site section, then click Legacy Web Layer and select which creation you want to recreate.
Next, click the design section and download the photo with the right mouse button and select "Explore".
Find the main link from your photo, remember to select the entire container, and then copy the link.
Open a new tab where you paste the link of your graphic - and there you go! You have your photo ready to use!
Now we'll go through a new creator together, where you'll map your web layer.
TIP FOR YOU: It's good practice to take an on-site screenshot and preview what it looked like as you're mapping it out 🙂 You'll be able to see how it looks.
Go to the Web Layer Slider and press the plus button. Select one of the available templates, which contains the relevant elements ready for modification.
After selecting the template, go to the second step - Design, where you will create the creation. Start with the General Settings tab, select the available options for the background as a photo (remember that the size of the graphic should not be larger than 2MB) and import it.
In addition, decide if you want the same graphic to be on the sidebar, if yes, you don't need to change anything, if not, check Set different for slider bar to make changes.
In General Settings, you can also manage the layout of the graphic, on-site width and margins, import your own Google Font, or link your Web Layer!
Return to the Content tab - here you have a preview of the elements that are included by default in your chosen template. You can edit each of them, duplicate them, add a new element or delete them, as well as set the order in which they should appear in your pop-up. All you have to do is click and drag the element to any location.
Editing your selected elements is very simple and intuitive. If you are interested in the possibilities of each option, you can find more information here.
If you want to see how your web layer will look on mobile devices, click the phone icon. You can return to the general settings to make changes to the layout.
In the third step - Display, you'll determine where on the site the on-site will be displayed and on what device. You can set display on both desktop and mobile, only on desktop or only on mobile devices.
The final, fourth step is Settings. Here you can set; actions after which your web layer will be displayed; delay time or location (your on-site can be displayed based on a specific URL code, for example). You can also select a group of recipients based on subscription status, assign a tag to the group of recipients and set the frequency of the web layer.
After entering the name of your web layer, whose name is visible only to you so that you can easily distinguish the on-sites from the list, generate a preview - it's worth checking how it will look on your store page. If necessary, you can make corrections to the web layer and later publish it using the publish button.