In the template overview, you can select multiple templates to use in your new publication. You will see the chosen templates in your publication page overview. In the page overview screen you can rename, edit, duplicate or delete pages. Edit them and fill them with your own texts and images.
Each publication has its own settings. Open them to change the language, category, publication date, security or sharing settings.
If you've created a color style, you can select that style from the publication settings screen. To select it for a page, use the page settings. You can find the page settings by clicking on the little cog icon next to the page name.
Edit page titles by clicking them in the overview page, you can also use the settings screen. To change the order just drag the pages.
Before starting with using the editors, there are a few things to check through the dashboard before feeling completely comfortable when using the editors. You will find all the settings by clicking the Settings tab at the top of the dashboard. This will show all the different category of settings related to the dashboard and the editors.
Recommended things to check under the General drop-down list:
From here you can edit the language of the publications that you create, also being able to set a default language for when people first visit the publication. You can also add a 100 x 100 pixels logo which is displayed on the interface when the user views the publication. You can add a Favicon of 32 x 32 pixels which then adds a logo to the browser tab when someone visits the publication.
This allows you to add and edit categories, which you can then add a publication to that category. Then when viewing from the Publications tab you can organize the visible publications by the different categories on the left of the dashboard.
Here you can add and edit a new user to be able to access the dashboard and editors. You can then change the user's settings for what they are able and unable to do, along with adding a specific logo to their user which keeps them differentiated from others.
This allows you to add different Google fonts to the list of usable fonts. Also allows you to add custom fonts to be used, you may have purchased or downloaded for free from another source.
Recommended things to check under the Magazine drop-down list:
If you plan to host your publications on a specific domain URL, then we recommend setting that up here. From here you can add a maglr preset domain or your own custom domain you have already, then add its name and filter.
From here you can fill in titles and descriptions for different areas of when and how publications are viewed. You can add the information for search engines, Interface, Buttons & Popups, and login.
Here you can change the interface options of the layout, information and other settings for when the user views the publication, such as Interface type, contact email, active views, social media links.
Interface Colors and Typography
This area allows you to change the different colors and fonts of the interface when the publication is viewed. This is best for when you want to keep the interface style in line with the publication you have created.
This editor is specifically for less knowledgeable users of design. This interface is more of a user-friendly, click and go sort of editor, selecting a publication that has been premade professionally designed. Then adding and changing different elements in the premade publication to then fit the need of the user. I would say this editor is for people who want a very professional look for a publication but lack the skill of a graphic designer.
This editor is specifically for users who are skilled in Graphic Design or image editing software. This editor is more complicated and offers more in terms of settings and flexibility when it comes to making and editing publications. You can create and edit elements and different effects to your desire with this editors many additional features.