Create Websites with CHEETAH

Important settings for the whole website (1)

Each website or web page displayed in the web page view has a small 3-point menu that takes you to a special dialog where you can in turn make various settings. Besides "Settings" there are other menu items offered, but they depend on whether you have selected a website or a single page.

If you are in the website listing and focus on a website there, then, for example, a click on the 3-point menu and there on "Settings" immediately leads to the "Basic settings" page.

By the way, you would also get to this page if you had previously clicked on "Edit page" in the website listing for the corresponding website and then selected the menu item "Basic settings" in the page view on the left side (side menu).

 Basic settings (website)

In the basic settings it is important that you give your website a name, assign an address URL and select the language of the website from the drop-down box. The URL is important because it becomes part of the web address (subdomain) of the website.

A description of the website is not mandatory here. However, you should instead provide each page of the website with a meaningful, SEO-friendly description (we'll come back to this).

If you create a lot of websites, it makes sense to divide them into categories. This is what the "Categories" drop-down-box is for. In order to use it, you must first create appropriate categories on the home page (where all websites are listed in "Cheetah"), e.g.

Otherwise, just leave the drop-down-box empty.

The next point concerns the "Builderall Affiliate Button". If you have signed up as an affiliate partner of Builderall, you can automatically add a small button to your website here, which will take the website visitor to the official Builderall website.

If he subscribes to a Builderall plan through it, then as a registered affiliate you will receive a corresponding commission.

With the next setting you can register the website in Builderall CRM system. If active, then it collects all the information about website visits and can use it to generate detailed visitor statistics, which can be viewed at any time in the left side menu of the website under "Website Overview".

The "SEO" part of the basic settings usually contains data that play a certain role in search engine optimization. Here you can enter the essential search terms for your website as well as so-called "metatags" in the form  

The topic of SEO will be discussed in more detail in a later chapter, so these explanations will have to suffice here for now.

What remains is the "Script settings" section. This is the area where you can later enter code for the Facebook Pixel for tracking website visitors or a so-called "Analytical Script" (for example, for Google Analytics or other systems of a similar nature). But there is also an area for "General Scripts", which can be used to enter your own scripts (for example, a script necessary for using the Facebook Chatbot).

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