ENOsite
Testimonial Manager
Guide Content

 

Testimonials Build Credibility – ENOSite Makes Managing Testimonials Systematic

 
It’s been said that one testimonial is worth a 100 blog posts!

What could be a more convincing argument for your products or services than someone who has spent money with you, has been pleased with the results – and is willing to share that experience with others?

As a business professional no doubt you have always been looking for opportunities to receive and display customer testimonials. ENOSite makes this process “systematic”. Managing testimonials is also easy but it’s worth emphasizing that testimonials must be treated carefully and must be displayed attractively.

Your hard work and good results for customers generates the opportunity for testimonials. Once in a while you’ll have a customer spontaneously suggest that they’d be willing to be a reference or provide a testimonial.
 
But often you need to ask! And it’s worth doing so!

You’re proud of your work and you will know when customers are especially pleased with results. Often these customers are only too happy to provide a testimonial. And there’s a benefit to customers too – if they care about your service and want to enjoy it in the future, they want you to succeed. And on that basis, you’ve got a testimonial!

It’s important to ensure that any testimonial is fully approved by your customer. You can do this by email; certainly doing it in writing is essential. In this way the customer is protected from any errors concerning what they are willing to say – and you are protected too from a customer that gets “cold feet” when they see their name on your site.

Concerning names, it’s common to see abbreviated names attached to testimonials. For example “John M. in Ohio says Electric World is fantastic” is an example of the use of an abbreviation. You will have to decide if such “non-testimonial testimonials” are worth collecting. Certainly having a real name, possibly even from someone well-known in a given community, is worth a lot.
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View The Posted Testimonial!

Testimonials must be managed with care! Make sure you view in a browser any new testimonial you’ve posted on your website. You want to make sure that the statement is formatted correctly and that you haven’t included any mistakes.

ENOSite Testimonial Manager Overview

Adding a customer testimonial to your ENOSite website is simple and systematic. And you have lots of control: You get to decide when any given testimonial is “live” or not.

Here is everything you need to know about your ENOSite Testimonial Manager. (Please click on any topic.)
To set up testimonials, you’ll find the ENOSite Testimonial Manager workflow shown below here, to be useful. Many activities you will perform using your ENOsite System will follow similar a pattern. Testimonials must be well managed; with the ENOsite system you’ll have what you need to make sure you get the most value from this precious customer resource.
1.
Got to Testimonial Manager
2.
See List Of All Testimonial
3.
Manage Testimonial
Add, Edit or Delete Publish or UnPublish
ENOSite Testimonial Manager Workflow
 
quick Tip

You might not even need Help!

ENOSite is designed to be super simple! Why not “learn as you go”? Start writing your Testimonials now. And ENOSite Help is here when you need more information!

How To Manage Testimonials

 
1.
Got to Testimonial Manager
2.
See List Of All Testimonial
3.
Manage Testimonial
Add, Edit or Delete Publish or UnPublish
ENOSite Testimonial Manager Workflow
 

How To Manage Testimonials

Managing customer testimonials is very similar to managing blog posts and news items..
1.
testimonial manager:
You can go to the ENOSite Testimonial Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “testimonial” reference.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL CURRENT TESTIMONIALS:
Testimonial Manager presents you with a list of any existing testimonials and an easy way of managing them.
You can see which testimonials are “live”
and which testimonials have not yet been published.
 
3.
MANAGE TESTIMONIALS:
To manage an existing testimonial, just hover over the information pane for the testimonial you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options.
Click on the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 

How To Add A Testimonial

 
1.
Got to Testimonial Manager
2.
See List Of All Testimonial
3.
Manage Testimonial
Add
ENOSite Testimonial Manager Workflow
 

How To Add Testimonials

Managing customer testimonials is very similar to managing blog posts and news items..
1.
GO TO TESTIMONIAL MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the testimonials you want to Add.
 
2.
ADD A TESTIMONIAL
All you have to do to add a testimonial is to click the big yellow button labeled “Add Testimonial”.
You’ll be taken to the ENOSite Add Testimonial form.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Testimonial Manager Guide for How To Delete A Testimonial.

How To Edit A Testimonial

 
1.
Got to Testimonial Manager
2.
See List Of All Testimonial
3.
Manage Testimonial
Edit
ENOSite Testimonial Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit Testimonials

1.
GO TO TESTIMONIAL MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the testimonials you want to edit.
 
2.
edit A TESTIMONIAL
Once you arrive on the ENOSite page labeled “Edit Testimonial” , you’ll see a short form with several fields to complete. The actual testimonial goes in
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Testimonial Manager Guide for How To Delete A Testimonial.

How To Delete A Testimonial

 
1.
Got to Testimonial Manager
2.
See List Of All Testimonial
3.
Manage Testimonial
Delete
ENOSite Testimonial Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete Testimonials

1.
GO TO TESTIMONIAL MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the testimonials you want to delete.
 
2.
Delete A TESTIMONIAL
From the List of Testimonials, find the testimonial that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over the testimonial and your option to delete will appear.
Click on Delete!
And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.

How To publish A Testimonial

 
1.
Got to Testimonial Manager
2.
See List Of All Testimonial
3.
Manage Testimonial
Publish/ Unpublish
ENOSite Testimonial Manager Workflow
 

How To publish a Testimonial

1.
GO TO TESTIMONIAL:
This How To assumes you are already at the testimonial you want to publish or unpublish..
 
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Publishing A Testimonial

When you write a testimonial, it’s a “draft”. You have to publish the item for it to “go live” and be seen by all your website visitors. You can also unpublish a testimonial.
 
2.
PUBLISH TESTIMONIAL:
From the List of Testimonials, find the Testimonial that you want to publish. Then you can easily hover over the Testimonial and your option to publish will appear.
Click on Publish           The Testimonial Icon will now show “Live Testimonial”,
instead of “Draft”.
 
3.
UNPUBLISH TESTIMONIAL:
Unpublishing your testimonial is the reverse of publishing. The only difference is that the options you see in the pop-up include UnPublish.
 
4.
VIEW A TESTIMONIAL:
Visit your Website’s Testimonials section, and you will see any new testimonial. If you’ve changed the date or order in which the testimonial appears, you might have to scroll until you find it. Check and make sure that the appearance and content of your testimonial is correct. If not, you can go back and tweak the editing.
 
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How Does My Testimonial Look?

After writing and publishing your testimonial, right away you’ll want to “see how it looks” on the web. Using your browser, go to your website and visit your testimonials. You might have to “refresh” your browser to see a new item. And the testimonial might even look different in different browsers or formats. Sometimes you’ll want to tweak the appearance too.

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Blog Manager
Guide Content

Manage Your Blog For Good Results

 

What is a blog?

As the name we give to short, journalistic articles, “blog” is a contraction of the words “web” and “log”.

Blogs are a great way to tell your customers about changing trends in the marketplace, highlight news stories that reflect favourably on your product, and provide other helpful information from the larger world of your business. A blog can be a clever way of positioning your company as an authority not only on its product but on the industry-at-large.

If you think a blog can help you achieve your business objectives, here are three questions to ask yourself.

1. why should i blog?
First, you have to have a reason to blog! And a point of view on your business. Your work with your customers and clients should be a source of inspiration.

What can you say that’s (a) somehow related to the work you do with your customers and (b) interesting or intriguing in some way?

All Blog listing page

 
The time you invest in blogging should have a positive impact on the relationship you have with customers and prospects.

Maybe you’ll generate sales leads; at the very least your posts should help present you as someone with whom people would like to do business!

2. HOW OFTEN SHOULD I BLOG?
If you have a blog, then you should blog! Not necessarily every day, or even every week. But if can’t spend enough time to publish something interesting at least a few times a month, then consider investing your time in other ways of raising your company’s profile.

3.HOW CAN I MAKE BLOGGING EASY?
You will probably come up with all sorts of interesting things to say, maybe even at the most unusual times, such as in bed or in the shower or while driving! When it’s safe to do so, write down your ideas.

Blog Detail page

 
Then when you sit down to write, you’ll have lots of material to work from. If you believe that blogging is helpful, then committing to a regular schedule of writing is the right approach.

There are lots of great tips online on “how to write a good blog post”. Try and put yourself in the shoes of your reader and prospect or customer. What would be interesting to them? You’re on your way to making interesting blog posts! And building your profile with prospects and customers!

The easy part of managing your blog posts is using ENOSite! This ENOSite Blog Manager Guide will guide you through all the simple things you need to know about posting and managing your blog posts.

ENOSite Blog Manager Guide

If you can write and send emails, then you can manage your blog postings! And you can probably start blogging right away. But this ENOSite Blog Manager Guide is your source for everything you need to know about your blogging with ENOSite. (Please click on any topic.)
If you get into a regular rhythm of posting blog entries, you’ll find the ENOSite Blog Manager workflow, shown below here, to be useful. Many activities you will perform using your ENOsite System will follow a pattern.
1.
Got to Blog Manager
2.
See List Of All Posts
3.
Manage Posts
Add, Edit or Delete Publish or UnPublish
ENOSite Blog Manager Workflow
 
quick Tip

You might not even need Help!

ENOSite is designed to be super simple! Why not “learn as you go”? Start writing your blog now. And ENOSite Help is here when you need more information!

ENOSite Blog Manager Guide

Managing blog posts is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1.
Got to Blog Manager
2.
See List Of All Posts
3.
Manage Posts
Add, Edit or Delete Publish or UnPublish
ENOSite Blog Manager Workflow

How To Manage Blog Posts

Managing blog posts is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1.
BLOG MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Blog Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “blog” reference.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL POSTS:
Blog Manager presents you with a list of any existing posts and an easy way of managing those posts. You can see which Posts are “live”
and which Posts are “draft”.
 
3.
MANAGE POSTS:
To manage an existing blog post, just hover over the information pane
for the blog post you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options.
Click on the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Blog Manager Guide for How To Add A Blog Post.

How To Add A Blog Post

1.
Got to Blog Manager
2.
See List Of All Posts
ENOSite Blog post Manager Workflow
 

How To Add A Blog Post

1.
GO TO BLOG MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Blog Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “blog” reference.
 
2.
ADD A BLOG POST:
All you have to do to add a blog post is click the big red button labeled “Add New Blog Post”.
you’ll be taken to the ENOSite Add Blog Form.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Blog Manager Guide for How To Edit A Blog.
 
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Adding Or Editing A Blog Post Is The Same Thing

We like to make things as easy as possible for you. You’ll use exactly the same form for a new blog post as you will to edit an existing blog post.

How To Edit A Blog Post - Basic

1.
Got to Blog Manager
2.
See List Of All Posts
3.
Manage Posts
Add, Edit or Delete Publish or UnPublish
ENOSite Blog Post Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit A Blog Post - Basic

1.
GO TO BLOG POST:
This How To assumes you are already at the blog post you want to edit.
 
2.
EDIT A BLOG POST - BASIC:
Once you arrive on the ENOSite page labelled Edit Blog Post, you’ll see a long form with everything you need to publish your blog post.

Don’t worry! You don’t need to use all the power of ENOsite yet!

For a simple blog post, you only need to fill out Four fields in your Edit Blog Post form: Blog Post Title, Blog Post Contents, Publication Date and Select Category (see below).


Here you can also add Categories
to help your visitors find great content

And when you are all done, select one of the three options shown at the bottom of your screen
to save your work.
 
quick Tip

Save Your Work!

Don’t forget to save your work! Your work is saved only after you click either the Save or Preview buttons.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Blog Manager Guide for How To Delete A blog post.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Blog Manager Guide for How To Edit A Blog Post - Advanced.

How To Edit A Blog Post - Advance

1.
Got to Blog Manager
2.
See List Of All Posts
3.
Manage Posts
Edit
ENOSite Blog Post Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit A Blog Post – Advanced

1.
GO TO BLOG POST:
This How To assumes you are already at the blog post you want to edit.
 
2.
BLOG POST ADVANCED SETTINGS:
You’ll use exactly the same form as you used for Blog Post – Basic. But you’ll enjoy lots of extra power with the more advanced settings. Each of the settings below
(
Thru
) give you more control over your blog post. See next page for even more!
 
quick Tip

Save Your Work!

Don’t forget to save your work! Your work is saved only after you click either the Save or Preview buttons.

How To Delete A Blog Post

1.
Got to Blog Manager
2.
See List Of All Posts
3.
Manage Posts
Delete
ENOSite Blog Post Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A Blog Post

1.
GO TO BLOG POST:
This How To assumes you are already at the blog post you want to delete.
 
2.
Delete A Blog post
From the List of Blog Posts, find the Post that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over the Post and your option to delete will appear.
Click on Delete!
And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.

How To Publish A Blog Post

1.
Got to Blog Manager
2.
See List Of All Posts
3.
Manage Posts
Publish/ Unpublish
ENOSite Blog Post Manager Workflow
 

How To Publish A Blog Post

1.
GO TO BLOG POST:
This How To assumes you are already at the blog post you want to publish or unpublish..
 
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Publishing A blog post

When you write a blog post, it’s a “draft”. You have to publish the post for it to “go live” and be seen by all your website visitors. You can also unpublish a post.
 
2.
PUBLISH BLOG POST:
From the List of Blog Posts, find the Posts that you want to publish. Then you can easily hover over the Posts and your option to publish will appear.
Click on Publish           The Blog Posts Icon will now show “Live Posts”,
instead of “Draft”.
 
3.
UNPUBLISH BLOG POST:
Unpublishing your Blog Posts is the reverse of publishing. The only difference is that the options you see in the pop-up include UnPublish.
 
4.
VIEW A LIVE POST:
Visit your Website’s blog, and you will see any new blog post. If you’ve changed the date or order in which the blog post appears, you might have to scroll until you find it. Check and make sure that the appearance of your blog post is correct. If not, you can go back and tweak the editing.
 
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How Does My Blog Post Look?

After writing and publishing your post, right away you’ll want to “see how your post looks” on the web. Using your browser, go to your website and visit your blog. You might have to “refresh” your browser to see a new item. And your post might even look different in different browsers or formats. Sometimes you’ll want to tweak the appearance too.

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CSS Editor Manager
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ENOSite CSS Manager

 

Fine-detail Control Over Website Appearance

 
Do you think you’d like to enhance the appearance of your ENOSite-based website? Chances are that your chosen ENOSite Template already looks great “out-of-the-box”. And that you can move forward and focus on your business.

But it’s worth knowing that with the built-in ENOSiteCSS Editor you can tweak almost any aspect of your website’s look and feel, including colours, graphic details etc. These look-and-feel details are controlled by what is known as “CSS”.

In support of the possibility that some customers may want to change their website’s look and feel, ENOSite includes a built-in Editor for CSS. “CSS” or “Cascading Style Sheets” is the standard style sheet language used by most websites that you are likely to have visited.

Here are a few comments about CSS and changing your website’s look-and-feel via CSS:

1.CSS IS POPULAR.
and this means that if you want to hire someone to tweak your
 
 
website look and feel, it’s easy to find a CSS specialist. You can even buy books on the topic – although we feel that spending time becoming a CSS specialist is not something that many ENOSite-using business owners are likely to want to do.

2) CSS IS SOFTWARE PROGRAMMING AND CODE.
As you’ll notice below, CSS looks like computer code – because it is.



3) YOUR ENOSITE TEMPLATE AlREADY INCLUDES GREAT CSS.
One the reasons that ENOSite templates look great is that ENOSite look and feel specialists have invested time defining a great look for the template you’ve chosen.
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Out-of-the-Box ENOSite Does The Job!

Where will you get the biggest pay-off for your sales budget?

Hiring a CSS specialist is an expense. So like all expenses, you’ll want to do an assessment.

“My ENOSite Website Template already looks great. Will tweaking my look-and-feel help me grow my business even faster?”

If yes, then it’s good to know that you have full access to your website’s CSS files!
 
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Standard & Advanced CSS

This How To Edit CSS Files Guide applies to standard CSS files, which come with your chosen template. It is also possible to create new CSS files to customize your site event further. This very advanced functionality is not discussed in this Guide.

ENOSite CSS Editor Guide

Here is all you need to know about managing and editing ENOSite CSS (“Cascading Style Sheet”) files.
Here is the CSS Editor workflow. The work flow is similar to many of the workflows you’ll use to manage your website: “see the list of things you have”, and then “choose one to work on”.
1.
Go To CSS Editor
2.
See List of Standard CSS Files
3.
Edit A Standard CSS File
4.
Advanced CSS File Management
CSS Editor Workflow
 
Note On Advanced CSS :

ENOSite permits advanced users to have full control over ENOSite look and feel.

Advanced control over look and feel means that you can add new CSS files.
4.
Advanced CSS File Management:
Such control is represented by the grayed-out Workflow Step No. 4 and is not discussed in this Guide.

How To Manage CSS Files

1.
Go To CSS Editor
2.
See List of Standard CSS Files
3.
Edit A Standard CSS File
4.
Advanced CSS File Management
CSS Editor Workflow
 

How To Edit A CSS File

CSS Manager is the ENOSite widget where you manage the standard CSS files associated with your chosen ENOSite Template.
1.
CHOOSE CSS EDITOR:
Navigate to the CSS Editor from the ENOSite Menu.   
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL TEMPLATE STANDARD CSS FILES:
CSS Editor presents you with a list of all standard CSS files which are associated with your ENOSite Template. All CSS files are “live”.
 
3.
SELECT AND EDIT A STANDARD CSS FILE:
From the List of Standard CSS Files, find the CSS File that you want to edit. Then you can easily hover over the file
and your option to Edit will appear. Click on Edit           and you’ll find yourself in the ENOSite Full Page Simple Editor and presented with the CSS file you selected.
 
NOTE ON EDITING CSS FILES: Editing a CSS file is like editing any file. Make sure you have a backup of your file, in case you don’t like the changes you’ve made. Don’t forget to save your work. And when you do finish editing and saving, you’ll want to see the effect of your updated look and feel. And you will likely have to refresh your browser to see the effect of your changes. Recall as well that CSS files typically apply to specific pages, so your changes will only affect the pages that are controlled by that specific CSS file.
 
Please see the ENOSite Website Content Editor User Guide for How To Use Full Page Simple Editor.

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File Manager
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ENOSite File Manager

 

Look After Special Website Files, Pictures, Images

 
If you have already added – or plan to – add all sorts of interesting pictures or images to your website, they need to be organized.

ENOSite makes it easy to keep track of any special files you’ll need. And you are probably already an expert at managing files – because ENOSite files are organized in the same way that your files are organized on your laptop or desktop computer.
 

Types Of Business or Technical Special Files

 
Here are just some of the business-related files that you – and ENOSite – will want to keep track of. There are really very few restrictions on what kind of file you might want to add to your website, as long as it makes sense to do so.
 
Some Examples of Special Files
File Purpose File Type File Purpose File Type
Pictures added to a blog JPG or PNG picture or image file Advertising or event flyers that will be automatically sent to visitors, by request Formatted PDF document
Pictures added to a news item JPG or PNG picture or image file How-to instructions for the products you are selling, and which can be downloaded by request for the products you are selling, and which can be downloaded by requestfor the products you are selling, and which can be downloaded by request. Formatted PDF document
 
Note: “JPG”, “PNG” and “PDF” are kinds of files that computers use. You can easily see what kind of file you may be working with because appended to right of your computer file name is the “file suffix”, consisting of exactly one of these three letter suffixes. There are lots of different file types; these are the most common.

How Special Files Are Organized In Directories

 
Computer files are organized in “containers” known as “folders” or “directories”. The special files you might want to use on your website are organized in ENOSite in the Special Files Directory Tree.
 
The Special Files Directory Tree
 
You can see in the diagram above the Root Special File Directory which comes automatically with your ENOSite Template. Templates usually are pre-configured with special directories already set up, for example the public directory shown above.

In the above example News Pics
is a new sub-directory, under Upload.

And note as well over to the side of the diagram the blue Paths. Just like your street address, ENOSite needs to be able to find what it is looking for. When it needs a special file, ENOSite always starts looking for a file starting from the Upload root directory. Sometimes you will need to know the path to the directory location which is storing the file you want to use. In the case of files in the News Pics sub-directory, the path is shown to the right: 

Of course the reason for all this is that we want to keep track of special files. The files you are organizing are stored in each of your directories. For example, 
hows an illustration of files in the public sub-directory.

How To Navigate Around Your Special File Directories

 
In order to manage your special files, you will need to navigate to your desired directory. It’s easy – you just click!

Here’s an example where we want to go to the 2015 subdirectory, from the same directory structure shown in our earlier example above.
 
Navigating The Special Files Directory Tree
 
Starting as always at Upload  
you navigate first to the News Pics sub-directory. Navigation down to a new directory is simple – you just click on the Open Button  
in the Directory Pane of the directory to which you want to visit.
And then do it one more time to reach the 2015 sub-directory..
 
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Root & Current Directories

The Root Directory is the directory at the top of the tree of directories. So the ENOSite upload directory is the Root Directory for the Special Files Directory Tree. If you are further down the Directory Tree and want to perform a task, it will be performed relative to your Current Directory.
 
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At Any Point You May See Both Files & Directories

When you are navigating through the Special Files Path you will see both files and directories. In fact, wherever you are, you’ll see all the files stored in that directory plus any directories themselves which are stored in that directory!

For the technically inclined, note that this behavior is standard for most computer systems. A directory is really just another special kind of file – one that holds other files!

ENOSite File Manager FAQ

 
ENOSite File Manager is the super simple widget that you’ll use to keep track of any special files.

Here is an FAQ (“frequently asked questions”) all about ENOSite File Manager

1) What’s the secret to being well organized with special files?

Just like on your laptop, you can give folders names that make sense. For example, if you plan to regularly add pictures of your work to your website, you might make a folder call “WorkPictures” (Notice there are no “spaces” allowed in the folder name.)


2) Can I change my directory setup after I start using it?

You could change your directory setup if you wanted to. However, this might be tricky because then ENOSite might lose track of a file that it needs – e.g. a picture that appears in a blog post. ENOsite shields ENOSite website managers from a lot of high-tech complexity. We don’t expect that ENOSite users are going to want to spend a lot of time moving files around – when there’s a business to build!


3) My files are valuable. Are they safe on ENOSite?

Your ENOSite special files are backed up as part of regular ENOSite full-site backups. However, typically files used on websites are copies of master files which themselves are stored on your regular business laptop or desktop or server computer
 
Please see the ENOSite File Manager Guide for How To Navigate The Special File Manager Directory Tree.

ENOSite File Manager Guide

Here is all you need to know about adding images or pictures or any other special file to your ENOSite website, via File Manager.
Here is the File Manager workflow. The work flow is similar to many of the workflows you’ll use to manage your website: “See the list of things you have”, and then “Choose one to work on”.
1.
Go To File Manager
2.
Go To Desired Directory
3.
Manage Files
Upload, View, Remove
4.
Manage Directories
Open, Create, Remove
File Manager Workflow

How To Manage Out-Of-The-Box Email Forms.

1.
Go To File Manager
2.
Go To Desired Directory
3.
Manage Files
Upload, View, Remove
4.
Manage Directories
Open, Create, Remove
File Manager Workflow
 

How To Navigate The Special Files Directory Tree

File Manager is the ENOSite widget where you manage all ENOSite special files. The first thing you need to be able to do in order to manage special files is to move around the Special Files Directory Tree. We are providing lots of information here; once you try it a few times though, you’ll find navigating around special files to be easy.
1.
GO TO FILE MANAGER:
Navigate to File Manager from the ENOSite Menu.  
 You will see all directories and files stored at the location where you find yourself.

From here you can navigate up and down the Special Files Directory Tree. The Path
is click-able once you are at a lower level of the tree. You can see directories to which you can travel down to – the directory public is shown at
. Lastly, any files in the current directory are also shown:
 
2.
GO TO DESIRED DIRECTORY:
You will need to know which directory you want to navigate to – which is easy if the desired directory is at your current location. For example, if you need to go to directory public
you can just click on that pane, and the pop-up shown will appear
. Click on Open and you’ll find yourself in the desired location. At that point as well, Path
will be updated to reflect the new location.
 
Note that you might have to refresh your browser to ensure that ENOSite is showing you your new location.

To return to the original location, you’ll have to go back up the Special Files Directory Tree. This is done easily by clicking on the parent directory shown in the Path.

Note: Click on live parent directory in Path, in order to travel up the Directory Tree Path: /uploads/public

If the directory you are looking for is more than one level below where you are, then you can just keep clicking on directories until you reach your destination.

How To Upload A File.

1.
Go To File Manager
2.
Go To Desired Directory
3.
Manage Files
Upload, View, Remove
4.
Manage Directories
Open, Create, Remove
File Manager Workflow
 
 

How To Upload A File

File Manager is the ENOSite widget where you manage all ENOSite special files. The first thing you need to be able to do in order to manage special files is to move around the Special Files Directory Tree. We are providing lots of information here; once you try it a few times though, you’ll find navigating around special files to be easy.
1.
GO TO FILE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at your desired directory to which you want to upload a file.
 
2.
GO TO DESIRED DIRECTORY:
In File Manager click on Upload File.
The result will be a pop-up inviting you to either Drop Files or Click.
 
You can then choose the file you need to upload. After the file is successfully uploaded, it will appear in your current directory. You may have to refresh your browser in order to see the new file.

You may now wish to return to File Manager, by clicking on the orange File Manager button.

How To Create A Directory

1.
Go To File Manager
2.
Go To Desired Directory
3.
Manage Files
Upload, View, Remove
4.
Manage Directories
Create, Open, Remove
File Manager Workflow
 

How To Create A Directory

Your ENOSite Template comes pre-configured with useful directories for storing special files. If you want to create a new directory, it’s very easy to do. They key is to know where you want to put your directory – i.e. where in your Special Files Directory Tree.
1.
GO TO FILE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already File Manager.
 
2.
GO TO DESIRED DIRECTORY:
In File Manager navigate to the directory to which you want to attach your new directory. If you are adding a directory right to the Root Directory, you’ll already be there when you arrive at File Manager.
 
4.
CREATE NEW DIRECTORY:
In File Manager click on Create Directory.
and the Create New Directory pop-up will appear. You can enter the name of your new directory in the dialogue
(don’t forget that no spaces or unusual characters are allowed in a directory name). Then click the Create button and you’re done!
 
As soon as you return to the Directory Tree you will see a new pane showing, with the name of your new directory (the listing is in alphabetical order).

How To Delete A Directory

1.
Go To File Manager
2.
Go To Desired Directory
3.
Manage Files
Upload, View, Remove
4.
Manage Directories
Open, Create Remove
File Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A Directory

 
Here are just some of the business-related files that you – and ENOSite – will want to keep track of. There are really very few restrictions on what kind of file you might want to add to your website, as long as it makes sense to do so.
 
Directory Deletion Rules
1.DIRECTORY MUST BE EMPTY As a safety precaution, ENOSite will not let you delete any directory that is not empty. So before you delete a directory, you will have to first delete anything in the directory, including other sub-directories or files.
2. ROOT AND SOME SPECIAL DIRECTORIES CANNOT BE DELETED ENOSite needs some special directories in order to function, including the root directory. These directories may differ by template; they cannot be deleted.
3. ENTIRE TREE CANNOT BE DELETED If you want to delete an entire tree of directories, you’ll have to go one-by-one, starting at the bottom.
4. nO UNDELETE Any deletion of a directory or a file in a directory is permanent. There is no undelete. So be sure before you delete, or at least make a backup first.
 
1.
GO TO FILE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already File Manager.
 
2.
GO TO DESIRED DIRECTORY:
In File Manager navigate to the directory to which you want to delete.
 
4.
DELETE DIRECTOR:
In File Manager click on the Directory Pane
and you will see the pop-up which gives you the option to delete the directory. Click on Delete  
 
As long as the directory is empty (per the rules above), you’ll be asked to confirm your action and then your directory will be deleted.

You will still be in the same current directory that you started with – although you will now notice that your deleted directory is no longer present.

How To Delete A File

1.
Go To File Manager
2.
Go To Desired Directory
3.
Manage Files
Upload, View, Remove
4.
Manage Directories
Open, Create, Remove
File Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A File

 
It’s easy to delete a Special Files – even easier than deleting a Directory. But like all deletions, you will want to make sure that you don’t lose work you want to keep! There are lots of ways to be sure!
 
1.
GO TO FILE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already File Manager.
 
2.
GO TO DESIRED DIRECTORY:
In File Manager navigate to the directory to which you want to delete.
 
4.
DELETE DIRECTOR:
In File Manager click on the File Pane
of the file you want to delete. You will see the pop-up which gives you the actual option to delete the file. Click on Delete..  
 
You’ll be asked to confirm your action and then your file will be deleted. Notice that it disappears from the list of file panes.

ENOsite
Forms Manager
Guide Content

ENOSite Forms Manager

 

Open For Business! Sign-up Right Here!

 
Your website looks great! But actually interacting with people is even better!

Your ENOSite website includes several business-ready forms “out-of-the-box”. And you can add new forms too, including for example forms which could enable you to take orders while you are away from your office or can’t answer your phone.
 

Inventory of Website Forms

 
Most ENOSite Website Templates include several important forms ready for you to set up. This is your Inventory of Website Forms.
 
Inventory of Website Forms
Form Name & Function Out-Of-Box or Custom Target Action(s)
Newsletter Sign-up Form OOB Email, Database
Job Application Form OOB Email, Database
Event Registration Form (Example) Custom Email, Database
Any required form Custom As required
 

ENOSite Forms Life-Cycle

 
Website forms can be thought of as having a “life-cycle”. To use a form, somebody first has to create the form. You can see Forms Setup depicted in this workflow diagram. As depicted by the Blue “Admin” hat, forms creation is managed by a website administrator.
 
ENOSite Forms Management Life-Cycle

ENOSite Forms Life-Cycle

 
As an example of form usage, let’s imagine you want to promote a big annual event. And you’ve already got your “event form” in place
-- it’s easy to just keep re-using it. As you attract visitors to your site, some of them will want to register for your event. In that case, your visitor will fill out the event registration form
and then the form will be kept with all the other forms
waiting for you or maybe your office manager to follow up
, maybe in this case with a confirmation of attendance.

Here are the four stages of the Forms Life-Cycle.

The first two stages of the Life-Cylcle are the responsibility of the website administrator (blue hat), and are concerned with setting up your forms.
 
DESIGN FORMS:
Using ENOSite Forms Designer, you can build your own forms for any purpose. But out-of-the-box, your ENOSite Template already includes three of the most useful forms for you, ready for configuration. (This How To Guide only covers included out-of-the-box forms.)
 
CONFIGURE FORMS:
Once your form is designed, you will still need to configure the form with technical and/or business default settings. How to configure forms is explained in this How To Guide.
 
The next two stages of the Forms Life-Cycle concern the practical, everyday use of forms. These forms are used by site visitors and by you or your business staff wearing your “website user hats” (red hat).
 
FILL OUT FORM:
A user will fill out a form which is presented on a given webpage. The information collected in the form is stored in your website database.
 
TAKE ACTION ON FORM:
Information collected in forms can be used in different ways. If the form triggers an email, then the form follow-up will occur as a result of the actions of the person to whom the email is sent. Another example would be for an office manager, still wearing a “website user-hat”, browsing a live report of all new forms, and then deciding how to follow up.
 
CONCEPT

Advanced Forms And The ENOSite Database

To fully implement a form, a website designer has to integrate the form design with a database. Your ENOSite database stores all the information you collect from all your forms, and information in your database can be re-used bay any ENOSite Widget.

The out-of-the-box forms included with your ENOSite Template are already fully connected to your ENOSite database.

You can add new forms to your Website using the ENOSite Advanced Forms Designer. The Advanced Forms Designer is powerful and yet still easy-to-use, but it does require some basic understanding of website systems, including database.
 
Please see the ENOSite Advanced Forms Designer User Guide for information about designing custom forms.

ENOSite Out-Of-The-Box Forms Configuration Guide

Here is all you need to know about configuring ENOSite Out-Of-The-Box Forms.
Here is the Out-Of-The-Box Forms Configuration workflow. The work flow is similar to many of the workflows you’ll use to manage your website: “see the list of things you have”, and then “choose one to work on”.
1.
Go To Forms Manager
2.
See List Of Forms
3.
Edit Form Configuration
Out-Of-The-Box Forms Configuration Workflow
 
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Workflow Only For Out-Of-Box Forms

The Workflow shown here applies only to out-of-the box forms provided with your selected ENOSite Template. As per the User Guide, there are lots more you can do with forms; please see elsewhere in this Guide for more information.

How To Manage Out-Of-The-Box Email Forms.

1.
Go To Forms Manager
2.
See List Of Forms
3.
Edit Form Configuration
Out-Of-The-Box Forms Configuration Workflow

Edit Newsletter Sign-Up Form Settings

In the case of the three out-of-the-box forms included with most ENOSite Templates, the forms support an email action. You can see the form fields which are included in this form on the screen shot shown here:

How To Edit An Out-Of-The-Box Email Form.

Forms Manager is the ENOSite widget where you manage all ENOSite forms, including out-of-the-box forms associated with your chosen ENOSite Template.
1.
GO TO FORMS MANAGER:
Navigate to Forms Manager from the ENOSite Menu.  
 
Note: All the out-of-the-box are related to email. Thus all forms have the same email action-oriented configuration.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL FORMS:
Forms Manager presents you with a list of all forms associated with your ENOSite Template.
 
SELECT AND EDIT A STANDARD CSS FILE: From the List of Forms, find the Form that you want to edit. Then you can easily hover over the form  
and your option to Edit will appear. Click on Edit 
and you’ll find yourself in ENOSite Form Configurator for your selected form.
 
3.
EDIT FORM:
How you edit an ENOSite Form depends on the purpose of the form. During form design whatever information is required to support the purpose of the form will be specified in a form field.

ENOsite
News Manager
Guide Content

Share The News That Customers Care About

 
What’s interesting about the business you’re in, that your customers care about?

The ENOSite News Manager makes it easy to share articles on all sorts of topics related to your business and industry.

But what’s the difference between sharing a news item and writing a blog post?

1. News items can be much less time consuming to share!

2. On the other had blog posts are much more personal.

3. News items are often based on research and can be more in-depth than a short blog post. But typically, you don’t have to do all that work! You are however showing your judgement concerning what’s important!

Should you blog or should you share news items?

Assuming you want to make your site a “go-to” resource for customers and prospects, the right answer is probably “both blog posts and news items”!

But you should only do this if you think the investment of time in news items and blogging helps you achieve your business goals.
 

All News Listing Page

 
It might be hard to measure exactly how having a richer web presence helps build your business.

But you really should try to measure the return on your investment of time – especially if you are spending hours every month – or even every week! news items?

Recall the justification for blogging again: Blogs are a great way to tell your customers about changing trends in the marketplace, highlight news stories that reflect favorably on your product, and provide other helpful information from the larger world of your industry. Blogs are also a clever way of positioning your company as an authority not only in its product but on the industry-at-large.

Here are a few tips on sharing news items.

1. WHY SHOULD I SHARE NEWS ITEMS?
Just as with blogging, make sure you have to have a reason to share! And a point of view on your business. Your work with your customers and clients should be a source of inspiration.

What can you say that’s (a) somehow related to the work you do with your customers and (b) interesting or intriguing in some way? And then the time you invest in sharing news items should have a positive impact on that relationship between you and your customers and prospects.

Maybe you’ll generate sales leads; at the very least your posts should help present you as
 
 
someone with whom people would like to do business!

2. HOW OFTEN SHOULD I SHARE NEWS ITEMS?
If you share news items, then you should share news items! Not every day, or even every week. But if you’re not sharing anything interesting several times a month, then consider investing your time in other ways of raising your company’s profile.

3. WHAT ABOUT COPYRIGHT?
The one big difference between blog posting and sharing news items is the question of copyright.
When you write a blog post, you are creating your own “intellectual property”, and in many jurisdictions, your post is “copyright” by either you or your company, by default, and without even having to register anything!

By the same token, anything youre purpose from other sources is likely to be, often but not always, already copyright. For example, many government and service organizations provide publications with the hope that you will share that information! That information might either be “in the public domain” or even if copyright, still offered for free re-distribution. You might already know about useful resources special in your industry.

News Detail Page

 
If you plan to do a lot of sharing of news items, you should familiarize yourself with the idea of “fair use” of third party news items and/or images. Certainly it’s almost always OK to post a URL reference to something interesting; as well limited excerpts from news articles can be shared. How much you can share depends on your jurisdiction. And if you write a summary of a longer article, this is likely permitted.

The purpose of copyright law is that the effort to create new “works of art” – including blog posts, news article and photo pictures – should be protected. We all want to be treated fairly and be rewarded for our effort! Recall that your own writing will also be protected too!

And don’t forget about asking! You can always contact a copyright holder to ask if they’ll give you permission to repost a great item! This could be a great way of building your connections and profile too!

4. HOW CAN I MAKE SHARING NEWS ITEMS EASY?
Sharing news items is a little different – even easier – than writing blog posts. The key is to make a simple list of topics and sources that provide good shareable material.

And then to visit your sources of shareable news regularly. You probably do this anyway as a professional in your field!

And while you visit, you’ll quickly
 
 
come up with all sorts of interesting things to share.

If you believe that sharing news items is helpful, then committing to a regular schedule of sharing is the right approach.

Consider how your news items complement your blog posts.

Together the two streams of interesting insights, and even humor, can be a valuable resource that enriches the experience of any of your site visitors.
Try and put yourself in the shoes of your reader and prospect or customer. What would be interesting to them? You’re on your way to sharing interesting news items! And building your profile with prospects and customers!

The easy part of managing your News is using ENOSite! This ENOSite News Manager Guide will guide you through all the simple things you need to know about sharing and managing your News Items.

ENOSite News Manager Controls Help

If you can write and send emails, then you can manage your shared news items! And you can probably start sharing news items right away. But here are is everything you need to know about your ENOSite News Manager controls. (Please click on any topic.)
If you get into a regular rhythm of sharing news items, you’ll find the ENOSite News Manager workflow shown below here, to be useful. Many activities you will perform using your ENOsite System will follow a pattern.
1.
Go To News Manager
2.
See List Of All News Items
3.
Manage News Items
Add, Edit or Delete
Publish or UnPublish
ENOSite News Manager Workflow
 
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You might not even need Help!

ENOSite is designed to be super simple! Why not “learn as you go”? Start writing your News Item now. And ENOSite Help is here when you need more information!
 
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Publishing A News Item

When you write a news item, it’s a “draft”. You have to publish the item for it to “go live” and be seen by all your website visitors. You can also unpublish a news item.

How To Manage News Items

Posting a news item entry is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1.
NEWS MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite News Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “news” reference.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL NEWS ITEMS:
News Manager presents you with a list of any existing news items and an easy way of managing your items. You can see which news items are “live”
and which items are “draft”
 
3.
MANAGE NEWS ITEMS:
To manage an existing news item, just hover over the information pane  
for the news item you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options. Click on the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite News Manager Guide for How To Add A News Item.
 

How To Add A News Item

1.
Got to News Manager
2.
Add News Item
ENOSite News Manager Workflow
 
 

How To Add A News Item

Posting a news item entry is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1.
GO TO NEWS MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite News Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “news” reference.
 
2.
Add a NEWS ITEMS:
All you have to do to add a News Item is click the big red button labeled “Add News Item”.
You’ll be taken the ENOSite Edit News Item form.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite News Manager Guide for How To Edit A News Item.
 
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Adding Or Editing A News Item Is The Same Thing

We like to make things as easy as possible for you. You’ll use exactly the same form for creating a news item as you will to edit an existing news item.

How To Edit A News Item

1.
Got to News Manager
2.
See List Of All News Items
3.
Manage News Item
Edit
ENOSite News Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit A News Item

Posting a news item entry is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1.
GO TO NEWS MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite News Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “news” reference.
 
2.
Edit a NEWS ITEMS:
Once you arrive on the ENOSite page labeled “Edit News Item”, you’ll see a short form with only four fields to fill out: News Item Title, News Item Short Description, the main News Item Content and lastly Publication Date (see below).


 
And when you are all done, select one of the three options shown at the bottom of your screen
to save your work.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite News Manager Guide for How To Delete A News Item.
 
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Save Your Work!

Don’t forget to save your work! Your work is saved only after you click either the Save or Preview buttons.

How To Delete A News Item

1.
Got to News Manager
2.
See List Of All News Items
3.
Manage News Item
Delete
ENOSite News Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A News Item

1.
GO TO NEWS ITEM:
This How To assumes you are already at the you want to delete.
 
2.
Delete a NEWS ITEMS:
From the List of News Items, find the news item that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over the post and your option to delete will appear.
Click on Delete!
And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.

How To Publish A News Item

1.
Got to News Manager
2.
See List Of All News Items
3.
Manage News Item
Publish/
Unpublish
ENOSite News Manager Workflow
 

How To Publish A News Item

1.
GO TO NEWS ITEM:
This How To assumes you are already at the News Item you want to publish or unpublish..
 
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Publishing A News Item

When you write a news item, it’s a “draft”. You have to publish the item for it to “go live” and be seen by all your website visitors. You can also unpublish a news item.
 
2.
PUBLISH news item:
From the List of News Items, find the news item that you want to publish. Then you can easily hover over the post and your option to publish will appear.
Click on Publish           The News Item Icon will now show “Live Post”,
instead of “Draft”.
 
3.
UNPUBLISH News item:
Unpublishing your News Item is the reverse of publishing. The only difference is that the options you see in the pop-up include UnPublish.
 
4.
VIEW A News post:
Visit your Website’s News section, and you will see any new, news item. If you’ve changed the date or order in which the news item appears, you might have to scroll until you find it. Check and make sure that the appearance of your news item is correct. If not, you can go back and tweak the editing.
 
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How Does My News Item Look?

After writing and publishing your News Item, right away you’ll want to “see how your news looks” on the web. Using your browser, go to your website and visit your News, News Item. You might have to “refresh” your browser to see a new item. And your News Item might even look different in different browsers or formats. Sometimes you’ll want to tweak the appearance too.

ENOsite
Page Manager
Guide Content

 
 

ENOSite Page Manager

 

Great Out-of-the-Box! But Add New Page Power Too . . .

 
You have an ENOSite Template. This Guide will show how easy it is to add new pages to your website!

Template-based ENOSite makes it easy to be up and working on the web quickly. And out-of-the-box you might have everything you need for your website. In fact many ENOSite customers are happy with their chosen template. And they add some pictures and blog postings or news items and then get back to serving customers.
 
 
If you want to go further, however, ENOSite Page Manager makes it easy to add one or more new pages to your website.

What kind of new pages do you want to add? Here are some ideas:

A Temporary New Page, e.g. for an event you are hosting.

A Permanent New Page, which adds to your out-of-the-box template.

A Sub-Page, which provides more detail about a given topic.

ENOSITE Page Manager is the ENOSite Widget you use to manage your overall inventory of website pages and how they relate to each other.
 

Website Main Pages Connected To Home Page

ENOSite Page Manager FAQ

 
ENOSITE Page Manager is the ENOSite Widget you use to manage your overall inventory of website pages and how they relate to each other.

Here is an FAQ (“frequently asked questions”) all about ENOSite Page Manager.

1. What is my inventory of website pages?
The inventory of all your website pages is the set of all the website pages that your site visitors can view or interact with, starting from your home page.

2. What kinds of website pages are there?
It is helpful to think of website pages in different ways; ENOSite will help you manage your website pages in each of these ways.

a. Website Pages By Topic: Your website includes pages on different topics, including possibly a listing of services that you are selling, maybe a blog, most likely a page all about your company etc.. Many of these pages will come automatically with the ENOSite Website Template that you choose. And of course, you can add new topic pages!

b. Website Pages By Location: You are already familiar with your website home page. Almost all websites have a home page. In addition to your home page, out-of-the-box with your ENOSite Website Template you’ll also have website main pages which are already directly connected to your home page. You can add even more pages to your home page or to any main page. If you refer to the diagram above, you’ll see how you can add different pages in all sorts of useful ways to your website.

c. Website Pages By Page Relationship: ENOSite looks after organizing your website pages for you, so you can spend more time on your business. Sometimes however, it’s useful to know that pages have “family relationships”. For example, in the diagram above, you can see two sub-pages of the same “parent” page. These two sub-pages are known as “siblings” to each other and “child” pages for the parent.
 
 
d. Website Pages By Permanence: ENOSite makes it easy to quickly add a new page. For example, you might want to add a special page to highlight an upcoming event you’ll be hosting. Then, when the event is finished, you might want to remove or archive that page. Many pages, however will be permanent features of your website, even if the content of the page sometimes changes.

3. What is the difference between a “mainpage” and a “sub-page”?

Answer: There’s no difference in terms of what your site visitor sees. Main pages are accessed from a link on the home page.Sub pages are accessed from links anywhere else except from the home page.

4. How are page links organized by ENOSite?

Answer: Your website pages are organized in a hierarchy. ENOSite automatically displays links for all the pages connected to the current page.
5) What is website-level page work versus individual page-level work?

Answer: Website-level page work refers to operations covering your overall inventory of website pages. Applicable operations are adding a Website Main Page, deleting website pages, and publishing and un-publishing website pages.

Individual pages can be managed in more detail; operations which can be performed on pages at the individual level include page edit, adding a Sub Page, moving a page, showing page properties or a page preview, and also, again, publishing or un-publishing.

Some operations can only be performed at an individual page level or alternatively at the website level.

For more information see, the “What Tools Are Used To Manage Pages” chart.

6) What are page management bulk operations versus single page operations?

Answer: Just like it sounds, bulk operations refer to managing many pages all at once – a great time-saver. For example, you might want to publish multiple individual pages associated with an event, all at the same time. Single page operations refer to working with just one page at a time.

Some operations can only be performed at an individual page level or alternatively at the website level.

For more information see, the “What Tools Are Used To Manage Pages” chart.

7) What is website navigation?

Answer: Website navigation is what you or your visitor does when they move around different parts of your website after clicking on the provided links.

8) What are URLs or website links?

Answer: Your website is “glued together” by the web links with which you are already familiar. When you click on any link (or “URL”) in an email or a website you’ll typically be taken to a website page.

In the address bar of your browser you can see the actual computer code link for whatever page you are visiting. There are lots more that web specialists know about URLs and links – but for the business person ENOSite looks after all that for you.

9) What is a web browser?

Answer: You are already familiar with web browsers such as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Google’s Chrome Browser or Apple’s Safari Browser. There are lots more browsers – and all browsers share the ability to help you see web pages at specific web addresses.

10) What is “the web” or the “world wide web” or “WWW” anyway?

Answer: The “World Wide Web” is a computer protocol or language. It is the basis for you and your customers being able to visit and interact with any website.

There are two key computer things that need to happen to make sure that people can have a successful visit to your website:

1. Your customers and prospects need to be able to find you and
2. When they do, your website has to look good inside your visitors’ browser.
With ENOSite tools you’ll be able to ensure that prospects and customers can find you – and that you look great when they do!

11) I want my customers and prospects to be able to move around my site. What do the web links look like on my web pages?

Answer: Almost anything! The simplest link will just be a label which says “Special Event” or whatever you want to call your link.

Hidden behind the label is the actual computer address for your Special Event page – ENOSite takes care of that detail. A web link can also appear as a clickable button a special symbol or graphic or even an area on a map. In all these cases, the computer code which is the address of your web page is “hidden” behind the human-friendly label, or icon, or picture!

12) What does it mean to “move a page” in ENOSite?

Answer: With ENOSite, to move a page means to change the order in which child page links are displayed on any given page of your website. Each of your website pages lists all connected child pages. Together, all the child pages of one parent page are known as “sibling pages”.

13) Where can I move a page?

Answer: Your page can be moved among its “sibling pages”. You move your current page before or after other sibling pages. In effect you are changing the order of the pages which are attached to one parent page.

14) Can I move my page somewhere else in my website, in other words, not just moving it under its current parent page?

Answer: Page Move is really easy if you just want to change the link display order for a given page. However, if you want to move any page to a completely different part of your website, you can do that too. First, you export or save your page to your computer (which is easy). Next, you create a new blank page using the ENOSite Editor. Finally by copying and pasting your saved page, you’ll easily recreate your page exactly the way it was – but in a new location.

15) Why would I want to move a page?

Answer: You might want to move a page to reflect the importance of the page. When you move a page, you change how and when your page is presented to your site visitors.
 
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Site Maintenance Page Management

Your website is a powerful sales and marketing and business management tool. And ENOSite makes it as easy as possible for you to present a great message to your prospects, customers and community. Don’t forget though that with power comes responsibility. Unless your site doesn’t change very much, page management is one of the things that you’ll revisit regularly, as you update and maintain your site.
 
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Use ENOSite Website Analytics To Count Page Visitors

If you’ve taken the trouble to create a new web page for your site, how do you know if you’re attracting attention? Your ultimate measure is probably sales, but leading up to sales the built-in ENOSite Website Analytics will provide you with powerful numbers on what pages are attracting attention.

ENOSIte Page Life-Cycle

1.
Create Page
2.
Page Under Construction
3.
Page UnPublished
4.
Page Published
ENOSite Page Life-Cycle
 

What Will Site Visitors See?

 
How Pages Are Seen Thru Page Life Cycle What Visitors See On Page Is Link Shown On Parent Page?
Under Construction “Under Construction” notice Yes
UnPublished Not applicable, as link not shown No
Published Full Page Yes
 

What Tools Are Used To Manage Pages?

 
ENOSite Page Tool Working Level Amount Of Work To Be Performed
Single Page Operations Bulk Page Operations
Website-level Page Control Toolbar
Website-level Page Control Toolbar Website-level work Add Main Page
Delete any page
Publish/UnPublish any page
Delete multiple pages
Publish/UnPublish multiple pages
Individual-level Page Control Toolbar
Individual-level Page Control Toolbar Individual page-level work Edit Page
Add Sub Page
Move Page
Show Page Properties
Show Page Preview
Publish/UnPublish page
Not Applicable

ENOSite Page Manager Guide Overview

Here are is everything you need to know about editing with ENOSite Page Management. (Please click on any topic.)
1.
Go To Page Manager
2.
See List of All Pages
3.
Choose Website-level Page Management
4.
Choose Individual-level Page Management
5.
Page Management Tasks
1. Add Main Page
2. Add Sub Page

3. Move Page
4. Delete Page

5. Publish/Unpublish Page
6. Edit / Review
ENOSite News Manager Workflow
 
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Choose Website-level Or Individual-level Page Management Workflow

Whether you’ll use website-level or individual-level page management workflow depends on the circumstances. You can only add one page at a time, for example. But you can publish many pages at once – which is a nice time saver.

How To Start Organizing Website Pages

1.
Go To File Manager
2.
See List of All Pages
3.
Choose Website-level Page Management
4.
Choose Individual-level Page Management
5.
Page Management Tasks
1. Add Main Page
2. Add Sub Page

3. Move Page
4. Delete Page

5. Publish/Unpublish Page
6. Edit / Review
Bulk & Individual Page Management Workflow
 

How To Start Organizing Website Pages

Page Manager is the ENOSite widget where you manage entire website pages, including the default web pages that are included in your ENOSite Template.
1.
CHOOSE PAGE MANAGER:
Navigate to the Page Manager from the ENOSite Menu..  
 
2.
EXPLORE FULL SET OF EXISTING WEBSITE PAGES:
Page Manager presents you with a list of all your existing website pages and an easy way of managing these pages. You can see which pages are
“live” and which pages are “hidden” (i.e. not yet visible).
 
3.
TO CHOOSE INDIVIDUAL-LEVELPAGE CONTROLS:
To manage an individual page, just click the arrow associated with that page
and the orange Individual-level Page Controls Toolbar will appear.
 
4.
TO CHOOSE WEBSITE-LEVEL PAGE CONTROLS:
To manage multiple pages at one time, select the check boxes for each page  
and then use the green Website-level Page Control Toolbar. (See previous page for letter references.)  
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Page Manager Guide for How To Add A Website Main Page.

How To Add A New Website Main Page

1.
Go To Page Manager
2.
See List of All Pages
3.
Choose Website-level Page Management
4.
Choose Individual-level Page Management
5.
Page Management Tasks
1. Add Main Page
2. Add Sub Page

3. Move Page
4. Delete Page

5. Publish/Unpublish Page
6. Edit / Review
Bulk & Individual Page Management Workflow
 

How To Add A New Website Main Page

Page Manager is the ENOSite widget where you manage entire website pages, including the default web pages that are included in your ENOSite Template.
3.
CHOOSE PAGE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already in Page Manager and can see your website’s list of current pages. See How To Start Organizing Website Pages if you need more information.
 
4.
CHOOSE WEBSITE-LEVEL PAGE MANAGEMENT AND ADD NEW PAGE:
Adding a new website Main Page is super simple. All you have to do is say “add” – and you can do this from the green Website-level Page Control Toolbar 
or from the handy big green Add Page button.
 
 
5.
PROVIDE INITIAL NEW PAGE INFORMATION:
Once you click Add Page you’ll be taken to the Initial New Page Information form. You can fill out this form very easily and quickly ( see  
on next page). And you can revisit and change anything on the form later via Page Properties. When you are done, click Add Page 
on next page.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Page Manager Guide for How To Add A New Website Sub Page.

How To Add A New Website Sub Page

1.
Go To Page Manager
2.
See List of All Pages
3.
Choose Website-level Page Management
4.
Choose Individual-level Page Management
5.
Page Management Tasks
1. Add Main Page
2. Add Sub Page

3. Move Page
4. Delete Page

5. Publish/Unpublish Page
6. Edit / Review
Bulk & Individual Page Management Workflow
 

How To Add A New Website Sub Page

You can quickly add a special sub page to your ENOSite web site.
1.
GO TO PAGE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already in Page Manager and can see your website’s list of current pages. See How To Start Organizing Website Pages if you need more information.
 
4.
CHOOSE MAIN PAGE AND ADD SUB-PAGE:
You will be attaching your new sub page to an existing target Main page. Click on
the control bar arrow
for that Main page and the orange individual-level control bar will be revealed. Then just click on
Add Sub Page. (Note that you don’t need to check the Page Selection box on the left.)
 
5.
PROVIDE INITIAL NEW PAGE INFORMATION:
Once you click Add Page you’ll be taken to the Initial New Page Information form. You can fill out this form very easily and quickly ( see  
on next page). And you can revisit and change anything on the form later via Page Properties. When you are done, click Add Page  
on next page.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Page Manager Guide for How To Move Any Website Page.

How To Move Any Website Page

1.
Go To Page Manager
2.
See List of All Pages
3.
Choose Website-level Page Management
4.
Choose Individual-level Page Management
5.
Page Management Tasks
1. Add Main Page
2. Add Sub Page

3. Move Page
4. Delete Page

5. Publish/Unpublish Page
6. Edit / Review
Bulk & Individual Page Management Workflow
 

How To Move Any Website Page

You can quickly move a page to your ENOSite web site.
1.
GO TO PAGE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already in Page Manager and can see your website’s list of current pages. See How To Start Organizing Website Pages if you need more information.
 
4.
5.
CHOOSE ANY PAGE TO MOVE:
You can move any page, including both root pages and sub pages.
Click on the control bar arrow  
for that page and the orange individual-level control bar will be revealed. Click Page Move. 
 
In the example here “Services” is the parent page.

After you click Page Move you’ll be able to move your selected page up or down in the list of sibling pages under the parent page.
 
 
Select the sibling page that you want to move around your page . And then select after or before for your page move.

Select Submit and you’re done!

Check your results in your browser. You will probably have to refresh your browser before your change appears.Once you have refreshed your browser, your listing of child pages will now be shown on your parent page in the new, improved, order.
 
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Page Manager Guide for Options For Deleting Any Website Page.

Options For Deleting Any Website Page

1.
Go to Page Manager
2.
See List of All Pages
3.
Choose Website-level Page Management
4.
Choose Individual-level Page Management
5.
Page Management Tasks
1. Add Main Page
2. Add Sub Page

3. Move Page
4. Delete Page

5. Publish/Unpublish Page
6. Edit / Review
Bulk & Individual Page Management Workflow
 

Options For Deleting Any Website Page

 
Deleting a website page is easy. But because we’ve all experienced the regret of losing valuable computer files, ENOSite provides you with options which will minimize any risk.
 
Options For Deleting A Page From Your Website
1. Unpublish: Unpublish will leave your page intact, but no longer visible to visitors. You can or publish – or delete – later, as you like.
2. Save And Delete: If you really have no reason to keep a page, at least you can save your page to your computer. Then if you change your mind later, you can always recover it or re-used it as a template.
3. Print And Delete: You can also save to paper or a PDF file before you delete it. Then later you can at least admire your work, or use it as a template.
4. Delete: And to save time, you can just delete your page in a few seconds!
 
3.
GO TO PAGE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already in Page Manager and can see your website’s list of current pages. See How To Start Organizing Website Pages if you need more information.
 
5.
CHOOSE WEBSITE-LEVEL PAGE MANAGEMENT AND DELETE ONE OR MORE PAGES:
Check all the pages you want to delete, via the page selection check boxes on the left of the inventory list of all your pages. 
You can select either main pages or sub pages – with some simple restrictions and sensible restrictions. ( For example, you can’t delete your home page! ).

Then just click the green Delete Page button on the Website-level Page Control Toolbar.

ENOSite Rules

 
Page Deletion Rules
1. DELETING MULTIPLE PAGES : It’s OK and a great time saver that you can delete multiple pages all-at-once – as long as they are all sibling pages.
2. NO DELETING A PARENT PAGE: If you need to delete a whole “tree” of linked pages, you will have to delete the lowest level page(s) first. In this way you can’t unintentionally delete child pages of a parent page.
3. NO DELETING THE HOME PAGE: Obviously you can’t delete the home page.
4. NO DELETING SPECIAL TEMPLATE PAGES: Your ENOSite Template depends on some particular pages. ENOSite won’t let you delete them so you don’t have to worry about breaking your template.
5. NO UNDELETE: There is no “undelete”. Please see Options For Deleting above for ideas about making sure you don’t regret deleting a page from your website.
 
If you try and delete a page which cannot be deleted, you’ll see the following message:
 
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Page Manager Guide for How To Publish or UnPublish Any Website Page.

How To Publish or UnPublish Any Website Page

1.
Go To Page Manager
2.
See List of All Pages
3.
Choose Website-level Page Management
4.
Choose Individual-level Page Management
5.
Page Management Tasks
1. Add Main Page
2. Add Sub Page

3. Move Page
4. Delete Page

5. Publish/Unpublish Page
6. Edit / Review
Bulk & Individual Page Management Workflow
 

How To Publish or UnPublish Any Website Page

 
To Publish a News item,follow these step:
 
1.
GO TO PAGE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already in Page Manager and can see your website’s list of current pages. See How To Start Organizing Website Pages if you need more information.
 
3.
CHOOSE PAGE(S) TO PUBLISH OR UNPUBLISH:
You can publish or un-publish one or more sibling pages at a time. Select your page(s) 
.Then you can use publish or unpublish from either the Website-level Page Control Toolbar (for multiple pages) 
or the Individual-level Page Control Toolbar (for individual pages). 
 
4.
Once you click a Publish or UnPublish button, the status of your page will change.
 
5.
You’ll should notice that the Page Status Indicator for your page is now changed. (You might need to refresh your browser.)  
. You can also check that your page either “appears” or “disappears” from your website inventory of displayed pages; again you may have to refresh your browser.
 
Note: The Publish/UnPublish Page Control button will be labeled differently depending on whether or not your page(s) are currently published or not.
 

ENOsite
Animated Slider
Guide Content

 
 

The ENOSite Home Page Animated Slides

 

Win Attention With Your Favourite Pictures!

 
You’ve probably visited lots of websites where you are welcomed by interesting pictures which slide by as you watch.

With your ENOsite website, this is really easy to do. You can pick any pictures or images you like and drop them into a slide with the ENOsite Slide Manager.

Then presto! Your slides will automatically advance while any visitor is on your home page.

Think of the kinds of images or pictures that your prospects and customers might be interested in seeing.
 
 
Are these pictures that you’ve taken? Or maybe a picture that’s freely available?

Here are some ideas for your “picture show”:

1. Examples of the work you’ve done, and that you are proud of.

2. Pictures of situations in your industry that might resonate with prospects and customers.

Here’s another reason to consider a slide show: the slide show will nicely complement any of the other materials on your website, especially any news items and your blog. Putting a selection of pictures on your website will take less time that curating news items or writing a blog post.

So consider that your slide show is probably the quickest way you have to present a customized and unique face to your prospects and customers.
 

Here are a few tips on your slide show.

 
Here is an FAQ (“frequently asked questions”) all about ENOSite Page Manager.

1. WHY COULD AN ANIMATED SLIDE SHOW BE A GOOD IDEA?
Just as with blogging, make sure you have to have a reason for your slide show!

What pictures or images are (a) somehow related to the work you do with your customers and (b) interesting or intriguing in some way? And then the time you invest in sharing images should have a positive impact in that relationship between you and your customers and prospects.

Any given image is unlikely to be directly responsible for generating a sales lead; at the very least though, your pictures should help present you as someone with whom people would like to do business!

2. HOW OFTEN SHOULD I CHANGE SLIDES?
Most of our customers pick some images they like and then leave them up for quite a while. You might decide you want to change your slides from time-to-time, maybe just to freshen the selection, possibly for a special event or to even to match seasons, if you are in a seasonal business.

3. WHAT ABOUT COPYRIGHT?
Unlike sharing pictures or images with a close group of family or friends, when you post a picture on your website, you are potential sharing that image or picture with millions.

Regardless of how many viewers you have, you are making use of the image for commercial benefit, i.e. to enhance your website. For this reason, laws of copyright apply, both to protect you and concerning your use of any given picture.

When you take a picture, you are creating your own “intellectual property”, and in many jurisdictions, your picture is “copyright” by either you or your company, by default, and without even having to register anything!
 
 

Three Sources of Free Images

Aside from any business or artistic merit, where can you get pictures or images that you can confidently use without any legal worries?

1. You! Your own pictures are free of course. You should note however that you may not take share pictures of private information or identifiable people, without appropriate permissions. Where people are concerned, a “model release” form may be useful to you in obtaining this permissions.

2. Government and Service Organizations: By the same token, anything you repurpose from other sources is likely to be, often but not always, already copyright. For example, many government and service organizations provide images and pictures with the hope that you will share that information! That information might either be “in the public domain” or even if copyright, still offered for free re-distribution. You might already know about useful resources special to your industry.

3. Stock Photos Including Royalty-Free Stock Photos: Exactly for the reasons listed here, a whole industry exists to provide photos for use in business advertising and promotion. Some of the images are very inexpensive; you can even find some for free. And in these cases, there are no worries about copyright or privacy infringement.
If you plan to do a lot of sharing of picture and image, you should also familiarize yourself with the idea of “fair use” of third party news items and/or images. Certainly it’s almost always OK to post a URL reference to an interesting picture; note that copyright laws apply to images in different ways than they do to text. Thumbnails (i.e. much compressed and smaller versions of larger pictures) are sometimes considered fair use.

The purpose of copyright law is that the effort to create new “works of art” – including blog posts, news article and photo pictures – should be protected. We all want to be treated fairly and be rewarded for our effort! Recall that your own picture-taking will also be protected too!

And don’t forget about asking! You can always contact a copyright holder to ask if they’ll give you permission to share a great image or picture! This could be a great way of building your connections and profile too!

The easy part of managing your slide show is using ENOSite itself! This ENOSite Slide Manager Guide will guide you through all the simple things you need to know about putting up your slides in a slide show.

ENOSite Slide Manager Guide Overview

If you can take pictures, then you can enhance your website using the ENOSite Slide Manger! And you can probably start sharing pictures and images right away.

Here are is everything you need to know about your ENOSite Slide Manager controls. (Please click on any topic.)
Even if you only update your slider images once in a while, you’ll find the ENOSite Slide Manager workflow, shown below here, to be useful. Many activities you will perform using your ENOsite System will follow a similar pattern.
1.
Go To Slide Manager
2.
See List Of All Slide Images
3.
Manage Slides Add, Edit, Delete
show/hide
4.
Manage Slide images Add or Delete
ENOSite Slide Manager Workflow
 
QUICK Tip

You might not even need Help!

ENOSite is designed to be super simple! Why not “learn as you go”? Start add slider images now. And ENOSite Help is here when you need more information!
 
Concept

Showing A Slide

When you add a slide image to your website it won’t be visible to visitors right away. You have to make the slide visible the slide for the image to be seen by all your website visitors. You can do this when you add your slide or later.
 
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An Image Is Inside A Slide

The Slide Manager works very simply, rotating through the set of images you wish to show. You always manage images and slides together and an image is contained inside a slide.

But there’s more power if you want.

You can easily add extra details on the slide which contains your image. These details will be visible to site visitors on top of the image.

How To Manage Slides And Images

Start managing slider images now.Follow these steps:
1.
Go To Slide Manager
2.
See List Of All Slide Images
3.
Manage Slides Add, Edit, Delete
show/hide
4.
Manage Slide images Add or Delete
ENOSite Slide Manager Workflow
1.
SLIDE MANAGER:
ENOSite Slide Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “slide show” reference.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL SLIDE AND IMAGES:
Slide Manager presents you with a list of existing slides and images and an easy way of managing your slides. You can see which slides are “live”  
and which slides are “hidden”  
 
3.
MANAGE SLIDES:
To manage an existing slide, just hover over the information pane  
. for the slide and image you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options. Click on the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.  
.
 
4.
MANAGE IMAGES:
Notice that Task No. 4 above in the Slide Manager Workflow is grayed out. Please see How To Manage Slide Images below. Images for the slide show are always contained inside a slide.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Slider Manager Guide for How to Add A Slide.
 
Please see the following section of the ENOSite Slide Manager Guide for How To Manage Slide Images..
 

How To Add A Slide And Image

1.
Go To Slide Manager
2.
See List Of All Slide Images
3.
Manage Slides Add
4.
Manage Slide images Add or Delete
ENOSite Slide Manager Workflow
 
1.
SLIDE MANAGER:
ENOSite Slide Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “slide show” reference.
 
2.
ADD A SLIDE IMAGE:
All you have to do to add a slide or image is click the big blue button labeled “Add Slide Image”. 
.You’ll be taken the ENOSite Edit Slide Image form.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Slider Manager Guide for How to Edit A Slide.
 
concept

Adding Or Editing A Slide Is The Same Thing

We like to make things as easy as possible for you. You’ll use exactly the same form for creating a slide as you will to edit an existing slide.

How To Edit A Slide

1.
Go To Slide Manager
2.
See List Of All Slide Images
3.
Manage Slides Edit
4.
Manage Slide images Add or Delete
ENOSite Slide Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit A Slide

1.
GO TO MANAGE SLIDES:
This How To assumes you are already at the slide you want to edit.
 
2.
EDIT A SLIDE:
Once you arrive on the ENOSite page labeled Edit Slide, you’ll see a short form with only a few fields to fill out: Slide Title, Slide Description, the slide image selector and lastly the Visibility check box (see below).

 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Slider Manager Guide for How to Delete A Slide.
 
quick tip

Save Your Work!

Don’t forget to save your work! Your work is saved only after you click either the Save or Preview buttons.

How To Delete A Slide

1.
Go To Slide Manager
2.
See List Of All Slide Images
3.
Manage Slides Delete
4.
Manage Slide images Add or Delete
ENOSite Slide Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A Slide

1.
GO TO MANAGE SLIDES:
This How To assumes you are already at the slide you want to delete.
 
2.
Delete A SLIDE:
From the List of Slides Items, find the slide that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over the slide and your option to delete will appear.  
Click on Delete!  
And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure. 
 
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Deleting your slide will also delete

Deleting your slide will also delete the uploaded image – but not the original copy of the image of course.
 
quick tip

Save Your Work!

Don’t forget to save your work! Your work is saved only after you click either the Save or Preview buttons.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Slider Manager Guide for How to Visible A Slide.

How To Make A Slide Visible

1.
Go To Slide Manager
2.
See List Of All Slide Images
3.
Manage Slides
Show / Hide
ENOSite Slide Manager Workflow
 

How To Make A Slide Visible

1.
GO TO Slide:
This How To assumes you are already at the slide you want to publish or unpublish.
 
Concept

Showing A Slide

When you add a slide image to your website it won’t be visible to visitors right away. You have to make the slide visible the slide for the image to be seen by all your website visitors. You can do this when you add your slide or later.
 
2.
SHOW SLIDE
From the List of Slides, find the slide that you want to show. 
This will be a slide  
that is currently hidden. You can easily hover over the slide and your option to publish will appear.
Click on Show. The Slide Icon will now show “Live Slide”,
instead of “Hidden”.
 
3.
UnShow slide:
UnShowing your slide is the reverse of showing. The only difference is that the options you see in the pop-up include UnShow.
 
4.
VIEW A Slide show:
Visit your website’s homepage, and you will see your new slide show. Check and make sure that the appearance and order of your slides is correct. If not, you can go back and tweak the slides.
 
quick Tip

How Does My Slide Show Look?

After preparing your slide show, right away you’ll want to “see how your slide show looks” on the web. Using your browser, go to your website and visit your website’s homepage. You might have to “refresh” your browser to see a new slide show. And your slide show might even look different in different browsers or formats.

ENOsite
Newsletter Sign Up Manager
Guide Content

 

A Newsletter Is A High-Value Channel For Keeping In Touch

 
How does a newsletter add to your ability to keep in touch with customers and prospects?

Here are some ideas on what is unique about a newsletter.

1. A Newsletter is a Package! A newsletter is a package of engaging information and views that you’ve “tied a red ribbon round”. When your newsletter subscriber receives your newsletter, they know that you have worked to pull together useful and interesting material, all nicely tied up in one easy read. The newsletter package will most likely be a multi-page PDF file. There are lots of great-looking two or three column newsletter templates you can use to format your newsletter.

2. A Newsletter Appears Regularly! A newsletter is almost by definition scheduled regularly; monthly or quarterly is typical. Some newsletters in active fields come out even more often. If you start publishing a newsletter, your readers will expect your newsletter to appear regularly.
 
3. A Newsletter is Jam-Packed! Newsletters typically have lots of different materials all supporting a main theme! Newsletter readers expect that they will find all sorts of interesting and valuable material in your newsletter.

4. A Newsletter has a Theme and a Business Purpose! Why do you want to communicate with your site visitors, prospects and customers? You need to decide on the theme of your newsletter and how having a newsletter will help you achieve your business goals. Individual newsletter editions often have special themes, but your newsletter should also have an overall theme that both you and your readers can sense.
 
5. A Newsletter Takes Time To Create! You are the expert in your business, and you can probably create or collect lots of good newsletter material. But there’s no getting around the fact that a newsletter can take quite a bit of time to assemble and format. A newsletter can be nicely complementary to a blog or other programs, but you have to do the cost benefit on a newsletter. And don’t forget about “periodic”; if you can only produce one newsletter edition a year, perhaps it would be better to spend your precious time earning customer engagements in other ways.

There are a few topics that you should be aware of concerning newsletters. Of course all the
 
 
issues of copyright apply, and you can read about copyright in the introduction to the ENOSite News Manager.

But as a newsletter publisher, you have an additional responsibility to manage. Newsletters have to be delivered, very likely by email. Please see this next section for a short discussion on this important topic.

Newsletter Delivery, List Maintenance And Spam

You are certainly familiar with a situation where your email inbox is cluttered with annoying and unwanted emails.
 
 
And yet, you still want to deliver your newsletter, prob ably by email. Sure, it’s possible to physically mail a newsletter to subscribers, but this can be quite costly in terms of materials and postage. In some circumstances, a physically-mailed newsletter is a great idea, but let’s assume that, like most small business owners, you’ll deliver your newsletter via email.

Maintaining a clean email list is the core of what the ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up Manager enables you to do. In support of a clean email list, ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up Manager makes it easy to delete any emails that you don’t want to include in any newsletter mailing.

Here are the things to think about when emailing your newsletter:

1. Subscriber Intent & “Opt-In”: You want to be sure that your newsletter subscribers actually intend to subscribe to your newsletter. You can take the act of “signing up” using the ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up widget as indicating intent.

2. UnSubscribe: It’s very important that any requests to “unsubscribe” be honoured quickly. ENOSite makes it easy to remove any name from your newsletter subscriber list.
 
3. ISP Email Blast Limits: As you will likely be emailing your newsletter subscribers via your own email account, which is supported by your Internet Service Provider (ISP), you will want to familiarize yourself with any limits that your ISP puts on “email blasts”. ISPs work hard to ensure that they are not associated with email spam, and for this reason you may find that you can ISP email blast limits of possibly 500 subscribers per day, or even 1,000 per day, but that beyond that, you will have to engage a third party email service manager. If you are just starting out, and have only a few dozen or a few hundred email addresses, your ISP’s email blast limits are not likely an immediate concern.

4. Email Account And Services: You might want to create a separate email account just for outbound newsletter mailing. In this way, your own email, that you also want to keep clean and focused on important business topics, will not be in danger of being cluttered with large volumes of “email noise”.

5. Opt-In Laws: Many jurisdictions now have laws against email spam. Typically such laws require evidence of clear subscriber intent. If you are going to engage in a vigorous email programme, you’ll want to
 
 
familiarize yourself with the regulations applicable in your area. Failure to adhere to email anti-spam laws can sometimes result in significant fines.

6. Email Black Lists: Naïve email users who don’t follow recommendations for email blast management may find their email address – and even their entire website domain – “blacklisted”. This means that your emails will be “dumped in the garbage” by most Internet service providers! It’s easy enough to stay off blacklists by managing email correctly.

7. Email Delivery Verification: it’s nice to send emails; it’s even nicer if your emails are delivered and read! There are various services you can take advantage of which will help you track your emails and results. Of course the best results are in-bound sales leads!

The ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up Widget is present in every ENOSite Template. It’s easy for site visitors to sign up for a newsletter. And you’ll be able to easily delete any email that should be removed from your list.
 

ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up Manager Overview

Every ENOSite Template includes the Newsletter Sign Up Widget. So it’s easy for site visitors, including customers and prospects, to sign up for your newsletter.

Here are is everything you need to know about your ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up widget. (Please click on any topic.)
If you get into a regular rhythm of building your list of newsletter subscribers, you’ll find the ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up Manager workflow shown below here, to be useful. Many activities you will perform using your ENOsite System will follow a similar pattern.
1.
Go To Slide Manager
2.
See List Of All Slide Images
3.
Manage Slides Add, Edit, delete
show/hide
4.
Manage Slide images Add or Delete
ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up Manager Workflow
 
QUICK Tip

You might not even need Help!

ENOSite is designed to be super simple! Why not “learn as you go”? Start add slider images now. And ENOSite Help is here when you need more information!
 
Concept

Your Newsletter Subscriber List In Excel

Your ENOSite System enables you to capture emails of people who want to receive your newsletter. You will want to email your newsletter (typically a PDF file) via your own email system or via a third party email service bureau. It’s easy to export your email list from ENOSite in Microsoft Excel format for this purpose.

How A Visitor Subscribes To The Newsletter

Every ENOSite Template includes the Newsletter Sign Up Widget. And so it’s easy for site visitors to sign up for the Newsletter.
 
 
1.
Visit Your Website
2.
Sign Up
ENOSite Visitor Workflow
ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up Manager Workflow
 
1.
VISIT SITE:
Any visitor to your ENOSite website can subscribe to your newsletter.
 
2.
SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER:
Via the Newsletter Sign Up Widget, available _______________ site visitors simply add their email to the news letter subscription list!
 

How To Manage & Delete Subscriber Emails

Managing your list of newsletter subscriber emails is easy.
1.
Go To Slide Manager
2.
See List Of All Slide Images
3.
Manage Slides Add, Edit, Delete
show/hide
4.
Manage Slide images Add or Delete
ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up Manager Workflow
1.
NEWSLETTER SIGN UP MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Newsletter Sign Up Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “newsletter sign up” reference
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL NEWLETTER SUBSCRIBERS:
Newsletter Sign Up Manager presents you with a list of newsletter subscribers.
 
3.
MANAGE & DELETE NEWSLETTER SUBSCRIBER EMAILS:
Managing your list of newsletter subscribers is easy: you just have to make sure to delete any “noise” or unwanted subscribers. Hover over the information pane for the any subscriber email that you want to delete. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you the option to delete. 
 

How To Export The Subscriber List To Excel For Mailing

4.
And when you are ready to email, just click Export List To Excel. 
Then from your email client or your email service provider, you can import your upto-date Subscriber List for emailing. The export spreadsheet is shown.

How To Export The Subscriber List To Excel For Mailing

ENOsite
Social Links Manager
Guide Content

Multiply Your Message Through ENOSite-Powered Social Links

By now, almost everyone is involved in social media. The big social media systems like Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Tumblr and more are now supplemented by even newer and more specialized social media communities.

Is there a social media community that is important for your business? Or maybe important for you personally and which you want to lever for business purposes?

The ENOSite Social Media Manager makes it a breeze to showcase your social media presence. These links will be highlighted on your website,
 
generating even more opportunities for engaging with your community, prospects and customers.

Note that the ENOSite‘s social media capabilities is flexible; any social media system reference can be captured and displayed. For example, you might want your visitors to consider going to your company Facebook page: that’s simple to do. You just add the specific URL of your Facebook page to your ENOSite website and you’re done!

The same simple steps apply to any social media system, popular or very specialized.
 
 
 
QUICK Tip

You might not even need Help!

ENOSite is designed to be super simple! Why not “learn as you go”? Start add slider images now. And ENOSite Help is here when you need more information!

ENOSite Social Media Manager Overview

If you use social media you’ll find it straight-forward to add any reference to social media sites to your ENOSite website.

Here are is everything you need to know about your ENOSite Social Media Manager. (Please click on any topic.)
To set up social media links, you’ll find the ENOSite Social Links Manager workflow shown below here, to be useful. Many activities you will perform using your ENOsite System will follow similar a pattern. Social media presences links tend to not change very often, therefore once you’re set up with your social media links you probably won’t have to come back here very often.
1.
Go To Social Link Manager
2.
See List Of All Social Links
3.
Manage Social Links
Add, Edit or Delete
ENOSite Social Link Manager Workflow
 
QUICK Tip

You might not even need Help!

ENOSite is designed to be super simple! Why not “learn as you go”? Start Social Links now. And ENOSite Help is here when you need more information!
 
Concept

Specific Social Link Pages

You can add any social link reference you like – it doesn’t have to be a general reference just to a social media home page.

Your best results will be when you link to a unique page, possibly one which you are managing. Usually it’s easy to find the web address (i.e. the “URL”) of your desired page.

How To Manage Social Links

Capturing a new social media link is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1.
Go To Social Link Manager
2.
See List Of All Social Links
3.
Manage Social Links
Add, Edit or Delete
ENOSite Social Link Manager Workflow

How To Manage Social Links

1.
SOCIAL LINK MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Social LInk Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “social link” reference.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL CURRENT SOCIAL LINKS:
Social Manager presents you with a list of any existing social links and an easy way of managing them.  
 
3.
MANAGE SOCIAL LINKS:
To manage an existing social link, just hover over the information pane for the link you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options.  
Click on the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Social Link Manager Guide for How to Add A Social Link.

How To Add A Social Link

 
1.
Go To Social Link Manager
2.
See List Of All Social Link
3.
Manage Social Link
Add
ENOSite Social Link Manager Workflow
 

How To Add A Social Link

1.
GO TO SOCIAL LINKS MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Social Link you want to edit.
 
2.
ADD A SOCIAL LINK:
All you have to do to add a social link is to click the big purple button labeled “Add New Social Link”.  
You’ll be taken the ENOSite Edit Social Link form.
 
concept

Adding Or Editing A Social Link Is The Same Thing

We like to make things as easy as possible for you. You’ll use exactly the same form for creating a social link as you will to edit an existing social link.
 
quick tip

Refresh Your Browser To See Your New LInks

As soon as you save your new social links, your links will be “live” – but you won’t see them until you visit your website again or refresh your browser.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Social Link Manager Guide for How to Edit A Social Link.

How To Edit A Social Link

 
1.
Go To Social Link Manager
2.
See List Of All Social Link
3.
Manage Social Link
Edit
ENOSite Social Link Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit A Social Link

1.
GO TO SOCIAL LINKS MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Social Link you want to edit.
 
2.
Edit A SOCIAL LINK:
Once you arrive on the ENOSite page labelled Edit Social Link, you’ll see a short form with only two fields to fill out: Social Link Name and Social Link URL. 
 


You can also control the icon associated with your social link and the order in which your social link appears. 
 
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Social Link Manager Guide for How to Delete A Social Link.

How To Delete A Social Link

 
1.
Go To Social Link Manager
2.
See List Of All Social Link
3.
Manage Social Link
Delete
ENOSite Social Link Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A Social Link

1.
GO TO SOCIAL LINKS MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Social Link you want to delete.
 
2.
Delete A SOCIAL LINK:
From the List of Social Links, find the social link that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over the post and your option to delete will appear.  
Click on Delete! 
And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.  

Knowledge Base

ENOsite
Picture Gallery Manager
Guide Content

The ENOSite Picture Gallery
Manager

Special Home Page Picture
Gallery!

 
 
The ENOSite Picture Gallery Manager widget complements your top-of-page ENOSite Animated Slider. Both Slider and Gallery give your visitors a visual treat on a topic of your choice.

You’ve probably visited lots of websites where you are welcomed by interesting pictures which enhance your understanding of a topic. ENOSite gives you both the Animated Slider and the Picture Gallery widgets which can use to present pictures. And each widget complements the other:
 
 
• The Animated Slider widget at the top of any Template home page will show a rotating series of pictures. And when a visitor arrives, they might be treated to any one of the set of pictures.

The Picture Gallery widget however, shown further down your Template home page, does not rotate. Because Picture Gallery is static, your visitors will always see the same targeted pictures you’ve selected.

 
• Note that Photo Picture Gallery is a special enhanced version of the Picture Gallery widget included with the Photography Studio template. Photo Picture Gallery is not static or limited in the number of pictures you can add.

What pictures might be worthwhile to feature in Picture Gallery? We’ve noted some interesting ideas for you in the introduction to Animated Slider Manager. That material includes, in addition to business promotion ideas, some useful comments on the question of copyright and concerning where you might find pictures.

What does the Picture Gallery look like? Here’s an actual example of an ENOSite home page Picture Gallery widget.
 
 
Picture Gallery is both powerful and extremely easy to use.

Some ENOSite customers find changing pictures every week is helpful! If you like you can keep a larger set of files stored in Picture Gallery – and then just switch which pictures are shown using the quick Show and Hide functions.

ENOSite Picture Gallery Manager Guide Overview

If you can take pictures, then you can enhance your website using the ENOSite Picture Gallery Manager! And you can probably start sharing pictures and images right away.

Here is everything you need to know about your ENOSite Picture Gallery Manager controls. (Please click on any topic.)
1.
Go To Picture Gallery Manager
2.
See List Of All Pictures
3.
Manage Pictures Add or Delete Show or Hide
4.
Edit Picture Gallery Text Via Simple Editor
Picture Gallery Management Workflow
 
 
Concept

Showing A Picture

When you add a picture to your website it won’t be visible to visitors right away.

First, of course you have to make the picture visible to be seen by all your website visitors via “Show” in the Picture Gallery. Then you’ll have to refresh your deployed website by “republishing” it again.

If you still don’t see your new picture on your website, the last thing might need to do is just to refresh your browser!
 
Concept

Maximum Number
Of Pictures In Gallery

Your website template is set up to show a given number of pictures in your Picture Gallery. (The basic number is three pictures, and higher for advanced packages.) You can add more than this number of pictures to your Picture Gallery, in which case ENOSite will show just the first three pictures that are ticked as “Show”.

How To Manage Picture Gallery

1.
Go To Picture Gallery Manager
2.
See List Of All Pictures
3.
Manage Pictures Add or Delete Show or Hide
4.
Edit Picture Gallery Text Via Simple Editor
Picture Gallery Management Workflow
 
 

How To Manage Pictures Gallery

Sharing a picture via Picture Gallery is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1.
GO TO PICTURE GALLERY MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Picture Gallery Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “picture gallery” reference.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL PICTURES:
Picture Gallery Manager presents you with a list of existing pictures and an easy way of managing your pictures. You can see which pictures are “live”
and which pictures are “hidden”       (i.e. not yet visible).
 
3.
MANAGE EXISTING PICTURES:
To manage an existing picture, just hover over the information pane for the picture you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options. Click on       the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 
Please see the ENOSite Picture Gallery Manager Guide for How To Add A Picture Gallery Picture .

How To Add A Picture To Picture Gallery

1.
Go To Picture Gallery Manager
2.
See List Of All Pictures
3.
Manage Pictures
Add
4.
Edit Picture Gallery Text Via Simple Editor
Picture Gallery Management Workflow
 
 

How To Add A Picture to Picture Gallery

Sharing a picture via Picture Gallery is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1.
GO TO PICTURE GALLERY MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Picture Gallery Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “picture gallery” reference.
 
3.
ADD A PICTURE:
All you have to do to add a picture is click the big blue button labeled Add Picture.       You’ll be taken the ENOSite Edit Picture Gallery Picture form.
 
Please see the ENOSite Picture Gallery Manager Guide for How To Edit A Picture Gallery Picture .

How To Edit A Picture In Gallery Picture

1.
Go To Picture Gallery Manager
2.
See List Of All Pictures
3.
Manage Pictures Edit
4.
Edit Picture Gallery Text Via Simple Editor
Picture Gallery Management Workflow
 
 

How To Edit A Picture Gallery Picture

1.
GO TO LIST OF ALL PICTURES:
This How To assumes you are already in Picture Gallery Manager at the picture you want to edit. Hover over that picture, and use the pop-up dialogue to select Edit.
 
3.
EDIT PICTURE DATA:
Once you arrive on the ENOSite page labeled Edit Picture Data, you’ll see a short form with only a few fields to fill out: Picture Title, Picture URL, the Picture Image selector and lastly the Visibility check box (see below).
                       



And when you are all done, select one of the three options shown at the bottom of your screen
to save your work.
 
quick Tip

Save Your Work!

Don’t forget to save your work! Your work is saved only after you click either the Save or Preview buttons.
 
Please see the ENOSite Picture Gallery Manager Guide for How To Show or Hide A Picture Gallery Picture .

How To Show Or Hide A Picture In Picture Gallery

 
1.
Go To Picture Gallery Manager
2.
List of All Pictures
3.
Manage Picture Choose Show or Hide
4.
Manage Albums
5.
Manage Albums
Picture Gallery Management Workflow
 
 

How To Show Or Hide
A Picture In Picture Gallery

1.
GO TO PICTURE:
This How To assumes you are already in Picture Gallery Manager at the Picture you want to edit. Hover over that picture, and use the pop-up dialogue to select Edit.
 
2.
SHOW PICTURE:
From the List of All Pictures, find the picture that you want to show. This will be a picture that is       currently hidden. You can easily hover over the picture and your option   to Show will appear. Click on             Show. The Picture Icon will now show “Live Picture”,        instead of “Hidden”.

 
3.
HIDE PICTURE:
Hiding your picture is the reverse of showing. The only difference is that the options you see in the pop-up include Hide.
 
5.
VIEW A PICTURE GALLERY:
After updating your Picture Gallery and re-publishing your whole website, visit your homepage, and you should see your new picture gallery (a browser refresh may be required). Check and make sure that the appearance and order of your slides is correct. If not, you can go back and tweak the slides.
 
quick tip

How Does My Picture Gallery Look?

After preparing your picture gallery, right away you’ll want to “see how your pictures” look on the web. After saving and publishing your updated website, go to a web browser – on any computer.

Using your browser, go to your website and visit your website’s home page. You might have to “refresh” your browser to see a new slide show. And your slide show might even look different in different browsers or formats.
 
quick tip

Maximum Number Of Pictures In Gallery

Your website template is set up to show a given number of pictures in your Picture Gallery. (The basic number is three pictures, and higher for advanced packages.) You can add more than this number of pictures to your Picture Gallery, in which case ENOSite will show just the first three pictures that are ticked as “Show”.

How To Delete A Picture From Gallery Picture

1.
Go To Picture Gallery Manager
2.
See List Of All Pictures
3.
Manage Pictures Delete
4.
Edit Picture Gallery Text Via Simple Editor
Picture Gallery Management Workflow
 
 

How To Delete A Picture Gallery Picture

Sharing a picture via Picture Gallery is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1.
GO TO PICTURE IN PICTURE GALLERY MANAGER
This How To assumes you are already at the picture you want to delete.
 
3.
DELETE PICTURE:
From the List of Pictures, find the picture that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over the picture and your option to delete will appear.      Click on Delete!       And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.     

How To Edit Picture Gallery Text

1.
Go To Picture Gallery Manager
2.
List of All Pictures
3.
Manage Picture Choose Show or Hide
4.
Manage Albums
5.
Page Manager Edit Home Page
Picture Gallery Management Workflow
 
 

How To Edit Picture Gallery Text

Once you have your pictures in place in Picture Gallery, you can edit the text associated with the Gallery. The editing is done using standard ENOSite editing services.
4.
FROM ENOSITE MENU, GO TO PAGE MANAGER
To edit Picture Gallery text, you will have to leave Gallery Manager and go to Page Manager. (You can see the full help for Page Manager via this link.)
 
3.
EDIT HOME PAGE
From Page manager, edit Home Page. You will be presented with your entire ENOSite home page. And on Home Page you can find your Picture Gallery. As per the example here, you should see your selected Gallery pictures.       And above the pictures you will see the current text for the Picture Gallery title       and the Picture Gallery body text.       Using ENOSite Simple Editor services, you can change both these text blocks as you like.

ENOsite
Studio Gallery Manager
Guide Content

ENOSite Studio Gallery Overview

 

Present Your Best Work In A Beautiful Way, Quickly

 
Why do people hire a photographer?

Are confident the photographer will take great pictures? And if so, how did they find out?

Maybe it had something to do with seeing some of the photographer’s work on the web.

That’s the purpose of the ENOSite Studio Gallery widget. Studio Gallery makes it easy for you to capture and display a portfolio of your best pictures and images on your website.

Studio Gallery is easy to use. But to make sure you get the full benefits from the widget, this Guide provides all the info you need to wrangle your inventory of valuable photos for maximum website effect, using ENOSite Studio Gallery.

Here are three ENOSite Studio Gallery resources:

1.
This Introduction provides background information concerning how ENOSite manages images, as well as best practices to help make your job easier.
 
2.
The How Tos for ENOSite Studio Gallery provide detailed information about exactly how the widget works.
 
3.
The Pop-Up Help Tips in the actual widget itself are useful if you just want to get right to work.
 
quick Tip

Studio Gallery In One Short Sentence!

Collect images, organize them, and publish them to your website for visitor browsing!

ENOSite Studio Gallery Image Life-Cycle

ENOSite Image Management Life-Cycle
COLLECT IMAGES:
Using ENOSite Studio Gallery, you can easily collect all the images or pictures you need for your Gallery. And you’ll upload these images into ENOSite from your computer
 
ORGANIZE IMAGES:
Your ENOSite images can be organized into Albums, which are like folders in your computer. Any image can appear in more than one Album – and image always has a “main Album”             . And you can easily           move images around to create the most interesting Albums. Organize Images is also where you can Preview what a new Album will look like right away, without having to leave the ENOsite system.
 
PUBLISH IMAGES:
It’s easy to “throw your images and albums up on the web” for your customers and public to see. And you can just as easily take them down again. For example, after a big holiday event, you might decide to take down holiday-themed images – until next year.
 
VISITOR BROWSING:
The whole purpose of your Studio Gallery Albums and Images is to present your work to visitors who are browsing your site! What do they see? Your Studio Gallery Albums will be easily found on both your Home Page and on a dedicated Studio Gallery page.

More detail on how you can do each of these tasks is provided in the How Tos for this widget.

Three ENOSite Image Presentation Widgets

The ENOSite Photographer’s Studio gives you both the Animated Slider and the Studio Gallery widgets, each of which can be used to present images. And each widget complements the other:
1.
The Animated Slider widget at the top of any Template home page will show a rotating series of images. And when a visitor arrives, they might be treated to any one of the set of images.
 
2.
This document concerns the Studio Gallery widget, which is only available in the Photography Studio template. Visitor-browsable Studio Gallery images appear further down your Home Page or as a standalone Studio Gallery feature page.
 
3.
Note that the ENOSite Picture Gallery widget is a simpler version of the Studio Gallery widget which is included in other templates.
 
Concept

Albums, Main Album & Image

Pictures or images can be associated with one or more ENOSite Image Albums. And these associations can be easily changed. The result is that you can manage collections of images on your website that are timely for any occasion.

Note that every image has a Main Album, with which that image will always be associated. (It’s possible to change the Main Album via the Move function.)

What Does Studio Gallery Look Like when Published?

Here’s an actual screen shot of a live Studio Gallery. See the note boxes for hints and tips on what you can do with each component of the Gallery.

The ENOSite Studio Gallery appears twice on your website:
1.
On the Home Page.
 
2.
On the Studio Gallery Page..
 
The galleries and images will be the same in each case – however you can have a different headline and introductory text if you like.
 

ENOSite Studio Gallery FAQ

Here is an FAQ (“frequently asked questions”) all about ENOSite Studio Gallery.


1. WHAT SIZE OF IMAGE SHOULD I UPLOAD TO MY WEBSITE?
ANSWER:
If you are a professional photographer, you are likely used to working with larger images that show more detail. Whatever size you select for upload will be uploaded to ENOSite. You should consider the loading time that very large images may have for your customers, if you want them to click through full-sized images. Gallery thumbnails are generated automatically however. A 500 KB (1/2 MB) full-color file will deliver a very large screen image at full size. It’s common to upload much smaller files; even files less than 100 KB might be enough, depending on your purpose.

2. WHAT IS A MAIN ALBUM?
ANSWER:
All images have a Main Album, which can be selected or which will be chosen by default when adding a new image. The Main Album can be changed via the Move task.

3. WHAT HAPPENS WITH AN EMPTY ALBUM?
ANSWER:
When you first create an Album – or perhaps later if you delete all its images – the Album will be empty. This is fine – it just won’t show on your website.

4. WHAT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HIDING AN IMAGE AND DELETING AN IMAGE?
ANSWER:
An image is by default Shown on your website in the default Main Album. However, if you want to hide an image for any reason – but want to leave the image in ENOsite for possibly later use – it’s easy to Hide the image. And then any time you want to show it again, you can easily click on the Show.

5. WHAT IS STUDIO GALLERY LIVE PREVIEW?
ANSWER:
When you are organizing your images in albums, you might want to see what how the image collections look – conveniently without leaving your ENOSite administrator’s console. Preview is available right in Studio Gallery for this purpose. Any changes you make to your images or albums can be previewed immediately – and you can keep making changes until you are satisfied. At that point, a Save will lock down your changes and they’ll be pushed to your live public website.

6. CAN THE SAME IMAGE FILE BE USED BY BOTH ENOSITE ANIMATED SLIDER AND ENOSITE STUDIO GALLERY?
ANSWER:
The answer is “yes” – but you’ll have to upload the image twice, once for each widget.
 

ENOSite Studio Gallery Tips

For anyone using ENOSite Studio Gallery, the images which are a main focus of the website are important and precious resources. Here are a few tips for best practices which will help you be as productive as possible while working with your images on ENOSite.


1. WHERE SHOULD I STORE THE MASTER COPY OF MY VALUABLE IMAGES?
  Your ENOSite website is backed up according to your terms and conditions with ENOSite. However, insofar as your images are valuable and even irreplaceable, you should make a practice of storing image master copies according to your own solid backup plan. Images uploaded to ENOSite should be considered a “use” of your images, not the master copy.

2. WHAT IS A GOOD WAY OF KEEPING TRACK OF LARGE NUMBERS OF SIMILAR FILES?
  Some savvy ENOSite customers make use of a simple file-naming-template, what technical people call a naming convention. For example, you might name all your image files according to a template that looks something like this: 2015-12-WEDDING-JACK-0371. Your digital camera typically generates file names too, but they are not usually helpful in sorting your files by topic.

3. DO I NEED TO WORRY ABOUT PEOPLE COPYING MY FILES? AND WHAT ABOUT COPYING OTHER PEOPLE’S FILES?
If you are a professional photographer, you will likely be familiar with the laws of copyright and fair usage. You can find some nice material on these topics in the ENOSite Help Guide here

ENOSite Studio Gallery System Rules

There are just a few technical rules which apply in the ENOSite Studio Gallery.
 
ENOSite Studio Gallery Special Rules
Applies To Rule Comment
Delete a Root Album All images that have that album as root will be deleted from the ENOsite website! Take extra care when deleting any album! (In the case of error, as long as you have your image master copies, you can always recreate an album quickly.)
Show or hide an image which is included in multiple albums Changes are reflected in all albums at the same time. This can be a real time-saver.
 
Concept

Showing An Image

When you add an image to your website via Studio it won’t be visible to visitors right away.

First, of course you have to make the image visible to be seen by all your website visitors via Show in Studio Gallery. As soon as you press Save, your image will be published. (If it isn’t, thenyou may have to refresh your deployed website by “republishing” it again.)

If you still don’t see your new image on your website, the last thing might need to do is just to refresh your browser!

Managing Studio Gallery

Here is everything you need to know about your ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager controls. (Please click on any topic.)

Here are the two workflows associated with Studio Gallery and explained above in the introduction. You’ll probably use the first image- or picture-oriented workflow most often.Here is everything you need to know about your ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager controls. (Please click on any topic.)
1.
Go To Studio Gallery
2.
List of Images Or Albums
3.
Manage Images
4.
Manage Albums
5.
View Updated Website
Studio Gallery Management Workflow
 
1.
Go To Page Management
2.
Edit Page
Studio Gallery Page Editing Workflow
 

How To Manage Studio Gallery

Building a shareable Studio Gallery portfolio starts with the Studio Gallery Manager.

1.
Go To Studio Gallery
2.
List of Images Or Albums
3.
Manage Images
4.
Manage Albums
5.
View Updated Website
 
Studio Gallery Image Management Workflow
 

How To Manage Studio Gallery

Building a shareable Studio Gallery portfolio starts with the Studio Gallery Manager.
1.
GO TO STUDIO GALLERY MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “Studio Gallery” reference.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL IMAGES:
Studio Gallery Manager presents you with a list of existing images and an easy way of managing your image. You can see which images are “live”       and which images are“hidden”         (i.e. not yet visible).
 
3.
MANAGE EXISTING IMAGES:
To manage an existing image, just hover over the information pane for the image you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options. Click on the       option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 
4.
SWITCH TO ALBUMS:
You can switch to Album Management by clicking the orange Switch To Albums       button. Managing albums is very similar to managing images. And you can switch back to managing images in the same way, via another orange button: Switch To Images
 
Please see the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager User Guide for How To Add A Studio Gallery Image.

How To Add An Image To Studio Gallery

1.
Go To Studio Gallery
2.
List of Images Or Albums
3.
Manage Images Add
4.
Manage Albums
5.
View Updated Website
 
Studio Gallery Image Management Workflow
 

How To Add An Image To Studio Gallery

1.
GO TO STUDIO GALLERY MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “Studio Gallery” reference.
 
2.
ADD AN IMAGE:
All you have to do to add an image is click the big blue button labeled       Add Image You’ll be taken to the ENOSite Edit Image Information form.
 
Please see the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager User Guide for How To Edit An Image Gallery Image.

How To Edit A Studio Gallery Image Information


1.
Go To Studio Gallery
2.
List of Images Or Albums
3.
Manage Images Edit
4.
Manage Albums
5.
View Updated Website
 
Studio Gallery Image Management Workflow
 

How To Edit A Studio
Gallery Image Information

1.
GO TO STUDIO GALLERY MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “Studio Gallery” reference.
 
2.
GO TO EDIT IMAGE INFORMATION:
You can arrive at the Edit Image Information from either or from the pop-up Edit       choices for all existing images.
 
3.
EDIT IMAGE DATA:
Once you arrive on the ENOSite page labeled Edit Image Information, you’ll see a short form with fields to complete: Image Title, the Image File selector or viewer, the Description and the Visibility check box. And you will also see the two Album-related items.(See below).


Note: And when you are all done, select one of the three options shown at the bottom of your screen to save your work.  
 
quick Tip

Save Your Work!

Don’t forget to save your work! Your work is saved only after you click either the Save or Preview buttons.
 
Please see the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager User Guide for How To Show or Hide An Image in Studio Gallery .

How To Show Or Hide A Picture In Studio Gallery

 
1.
Go To Studio Gallery
2.
List of Images Or Albums
3.
Manage Images Show/Hide
4.
Manage Albums
5.
View Updated Website
Studio Gallery Image Management Workflow
 
 

How To Show Or Hide An Image
In Studio Gallery

2.
GO TO LIST OF IMAGES IN STUDIO GALLERY:
This How To assumes you are already in Studio Gallery at the List of Images.
 
3.
SHOW IMAGE:
From the List of All Images, find the image that you want to show.       This will be an image that is currently hidden.       You can easily hover over the image and your option to Show       will appear. Click on Show. The Image Icon will now show “Live”,       instead of “Hidden”.
 
4.
HIDE IMAGE:
Hiding your image is the reverse of showing. The only difference is that the options you see in the pop-up include Hide.
 
5.
VIEW IMAGE GALLERY:
After updating your Image Gallery and re-publishing your whole website, visit your homepage, and you should see your new image gallery (a browser refresh may be required). Check and make sure that the appearance and order of your slides is correct. If not, you can go back and tweak the slides.
 
quick Tip

How Does My Image Gallery Look?

After preparing your image gallery, right away you’ll want to “see how your images” look on the web. After saving and publishing your updated website, go to a web browser – on any computer.

Using your browser, go to your website and visit your website’s homepage. You might have to “refresh” your browser to see an updated or new gallery. And your slide show might even look different in different browsers or formats.
 
Please see the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager User Guide for How To Delete An Image From Image Gallery .

How To Delete A Studio Gallery Image


1.
Go To Studio Gallery
2.
List of Images Or Albums
3.
Manage Images Delete
4.
Manage Albums
5.
View Updated Website
 
Studio Gallery Image Management Workflow
 

How To Delete A Studio Gallery Image

2.
GO TO LIST OF IMAGES IN STUDIO GALLERY:
You can go to the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “Studio Gallery” reference.
 
3.
SHOW IMAGE:
From the List of Images, find the image that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over that image and your option to delete will appear.       Click on Delete!       And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.

How To Edit Studio Gallery Text

Once you have your images in place in Studio Gallery, you can also the text associated with the Gallery. The editing is done using standard ENOSite editing services.


Note: Notice that text editing follows a different workflow.
1.
Go To Page Management
2.
Edit Page
Studio Gallery Page Editing Workflow
 
 

How To Edit Studio Gallery Text

1.
FROM ENOSITE MENU, GO TO PAGE MANAGER:
To edit Studio Gallery text, you will have to leave Studio Gallery Manager and go to Page Manager. (You can see the full help for Page Manager via this link.)
 
2.
SHOW IMAGE:
From Page manager, edit Home Page. You will be presented with your entire ENOSite home page. And on Home Page you can find your Studio Gallery widget displayed. As per the example here, you should see your selected Gallery images and Albums.       And above the images you will see the current text for the Studio Gallery title       and the Studio Gallery body text.       Using ENOSite Simple Editor services, you can change both these text blocks as you like.
 
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Studio Gallery Appears Twice

The ENOSite Studio Gallery appears twice in your website:

1) On the Home Page.
2) On the Studio Gallery Page.

The galleries and images will be the same in each case – however you can have a different headline and introductory text if you like.

To edit either instance of Studio Gallery, just locate either Home Page or Studio Gallery in Page Manager.

How To Manage Albums In Studio Gallery


1.
Go To Studio Gallery
2.
List of Images Or Albums
3.
Manage Images
4.
Manage Albums
5.
View Updated Website
 
Studio Gallery Image Management Workflow
 

How To Manage Albums In Studio Gallery

1.
GO TO STUDIO GALLERY MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “Studio Gallery” reference.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALLALBUMS:
Studio Gallery Manager presents you with a list of existing Albums and an easy way of managing your Albums. If you don’t see Albums right away, just click on Switch to Albums
 
4.
MANAGE EXISTING ALBUMS:
To manage an existing Album, just hover over the information pane       for the Album you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options. Click on the option you want       and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task
 
3.
SWITCH TO IMAGES:
If you want to resume working on images, they are just a click away via the Switch To Images button.
 
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Deleting Album Deletes Root Images

Don’t forget that when you delete an Album, all the images that have that Album as Root Album will also be deleted from your ENOSite website.

If you want to keep any such images in ENOSite, you can Move the image, which results in a new Root Album.
 
Please see the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager User Guide for How To Move An Image Between Images .

How To Manage Images And Albums Together

 
1.
Go To Studio Gallery
2.
List of Images Or Albums
3.
Manage Images Show/Hide
4.
Manage Albums
5.
View Updated Website
ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager Workflow
 
 

How To Manage
Images And Albums Together

Managing Images and Albums together is easy. Between moving an Image or enabling an Image on different Albums, you can tailor collections for any purpose.
1.
GO TO STUDIO GALLERY MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “Studio Gallery” reference.
 
2.
INVENTORY OF ALBUMS& IMAGES:
The list of Albums and Images is your “inventory” that you can work with to achieve what you need.(This How To assumes you are already familiar with managing both Albums and Images separately.)
 
4.
USE INCLUDE AND MOVE TO BUILD ALBUM COLLECTIONS:
Between the two capabilities of Include and Move, you can build collections and you can change them quickly.



SELECT IMAGE TO MANAGE: Hover over the List of Images in Studio Gallery Manager. The pop-up control will appear.
 
CHOOSE EDIT OR MOVE: Choose Move or Edit. (Edit takes you to the Edit Image Information, where Album Inclusions are managed.)
 
MANAGE IMAGE INCLUSIONS (OR EXCLUSIONS) FROM ALBUMS: For the selected image, check or uncheck the albums in which you want your image to appear.(Note that your Main Album is always checked automatically.) When you are done, Save the Edit Image Information form.
 
MOVE IMAGES BETWEEN ALBUMS: From the Move Image form, select the Main Album to which you want to move your Image. Then click Move.
 
 

Preview Changes Before Public Sees Them

ALBUM CHANGES PREVIEW:
All your Image and Album changes are immediately reflected in the Preview. Preview is available as an option when you are visiting the Image Edit Information form.




In the Preview, you’ll see exactly what your changes will look like after they are published to your live website. As soon as you click Save, your changes will “go live”!
 
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Show or Hide Image Affects All Albums

If you show or hide an Image which is included in multiple Albums, your action will affect all Albums.

This feature presents interesting possibilities for managing images which are rotated in and out of your public website.
 
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How Does My Image Gallery Look?

After preparing your image gallery, right away you’ll want to “see how your images” look on the web. After saving and publishing your updated website, go to a web browser – on any computer.

Using your browser, go to your website and visit your website’s homepage. You might have to “refresh” your browser to see an updated or new gallery. And your slide show might even look different in different browsers or formats.

How To Publish Studio Gallery To The Web

 
1.
Go To Studio Gallery
2.
List of Images Or Albums
3.
Manage Images Publish
4.
Manage Albums
5.
View Updated Website
ENOSite Studio Gallery Manager Workflow
 
 

How To Publish Studio Gallery To The Web

Whenever you make changes to your website, you’ll want to ensure that the results look great. This section is just a summary of quick steps to publishing your website
YOUR WEBSITE: You will probably visit this location frequently if you make a lot of website changes. After clicking the link, you will see the Publishg form.

Unless you’ve made changes to the default Publish Your Website form settings, the only thing you need to do to publish is to click Update and your changes will be pushed to your live public website.
Note that some changes are automatically published – without you having to go through these steps. Automatically-published changes include anything that you did in Studio Gallery before pressing Save on the Image Edit Information form.
 
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How Does My Image Gallery Look?

After preparing your image gallery, right away you’ll want to “see how your images” look on the web. After saving and publishing your updated website, go to a web browser – on any computer.

Using your browser, go to your website and visit your website’s homepage. You might have to “refresh” your browser to see an updated or new gallery. And your slide show might even look different in different browsers or formats.

ENOsite
Template Designer
Guide Content

ENOSite Template Designer

Business
Identifiers and
Overall Look And Feel

 
 
How do your customers identify your company?

Do you have a company logo that you use on business cards? Or maybe on vehicles or a storefront?

What about company colors? Or a company slogan?

Whether you use all or some of these businesses-identifying methods, it’s a snap to incorporate your own logos,
 
 
colors and slogans on your ENOSite website.

And you might think this is important, because these company identifiers will be shown prominently on your Home Page on almost every one of your ENOSite website pages!
 
 
Here are your choices for adding company identity items to your ENOSite website:
 
How To Change Business Identifiers In An ENOSite Template
 
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Super-Simple Live Color Editing

Your ENOSite website is built from many “Lego-like” building blocks, including 19 different types of graphic objects. The graphic objects include Page Background, Panel Background, Main Border, Main Heading, Sub-Head etc. etc.

You can control all these colors from the Template Designer Color Scheme Editor! And the way you do this is via Live Color Editing.

Live Color Editing means you just click on any of your template’s graphic elements, adjust the color – and right away below in the Preview you can see the result.
 
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Logo File Quality Nice resolution but not too big

Whether you make your own logo or have had it professionally created, you should use a version of your logo that is good quality.

A good quality logo has sufficient resolution that the image looks pleasing to the eye – without jagged edges or blurriness.
 
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Copyright & Trademark

All company names, company logos and company slogans are potentially subject to copyright and trademark law. These laws will protect you if, for example a competitor opens up right next door and tries to take advantage of all the hard work you’ve put into building your good name. Similarly, you will want to avoid copying someone else’s company identity. These laws can be complex and are beyond the scope of a simple tip. If you think you might have an issue either way, a little research is a good idea.
 
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Default & Custom Color Schemes

Your ENOSite Template already comes with a default color scheme, nicely balanced by ENOSite designers. Many ENOSite customers find the default scheme to be attractive and compatible with their company image. But of course the ENOSite Color Editor is included as part of your package for a reason – to make it easy for you to choose your own color scheme. It’s easy to do!

ENOSite Template Designer Guide

The ENOSite Template Designer is the ENOSite widget where you can quickly change company identity and website style.

Here are links to everything you might want to know about ENOSite Template Designer. (Please click on any topic.)
Here is the Template Designer workflow.
1.
Go To Template Designer
2.
Edit Company Information Logo, Name, Slogan
3.
Edit Color Scheme
5.
View Updated Website
Template Designer Management Workflow
 
Note: Don’t forget that after updating your template, you will need to publish your updated template to the web.
 

How To Manage Your
Website’s Company Information


 

How To Manage Your
Website’s Company Information

Company Information Editor is the ENOSite widget where you manage your ENOSite website company information
1.
GO TO TEMPLATE DESIGNER:
Navigate to Template Designer from the ENOSite Menu.           You will see the two Template Design widgets. Choose Company Information by clicking on this       icon, if it is not already selected by default
 
2.
EDIT COMPANY INFORMATION:
Next, in any order, change company name, company slogan or company logo.

ENTER COMPANY NAME: Enter your new or revised company name in the company name field of the Company Information Editor. (This change appears immediately in Preview.)

ENTER COMPANY SLOGAN: Enter your company slogan in the company slogan field of the Company Information Editor.(This change appears immediately in Preview.)

ADD COMPANY LOGO: If you are adding an image, you can upload an image from your computer. When you click the Change Logo Image button, you’ll see the Upload Image control and other familiar image control buttons:

Return to Company Information Editor by either saving or canceling the image you have worked on. (If you have saved the image, it will be immediately visible, including in Preview.)
 

Managing Company Information Changes

 
1. PREVIEW: All your changes, including text, logo and color, are immediately reflected in the Preview pane below the Editor. You can experiment to see what looks best.
 
2. LIVE OR HIDDEN: Whether an Information Element is “live” is indicated by the familiar icons. Click the button to change whether the element is shown or not.
 
3. SAVE CHANGES: And lastly, you must save all the information you’ve just added or changed by clicking the Save Info button.
 
 
Don’t forget your site visitors won’t see your changes until they are published. Please see the ENOSite Help Guide on How To Publish A Website Changes To The Web.
 

How To Manage Your Website’s Color Scheme


 

How To Manage Your
Website’s Color Scheme

Color Scheme Editor is the ENOSite widget where you manage your ENOSite website color scheme.
1.
GO TO TEMPLATE DESIGNER:
Navigate to Template Designer from the ENOSite Menu.           You will see the two Template Design widgets. Choose Color Scheme by clicking by clicking on this         icon, if it is not already selected by default
 
3.
EDIT COLOR SCHEME:
Experiment with new color schemes by clicking on color squares, choosing a new color and seeing the result..
 
SELECT COLOR SQUARE: Each color square in the Color Scheme Editor matches a graphic element in the Theme Preview shown below the Editor. Which element is controlled may be obvious – in the case with the square above the square controls       the current tab selection, in this case the
    tab.
 
PICK A NEW COLOR: Using the Color Picker, pick a new color. You can use both the movable dot
  and/or the color spectrum                 to find the color you need. The two color squares in the lower corner of the Color Pick show the new color and the old color . .
 
SEE EFFECT IN PREVIEW: After clicking OK in the Color Picker, you will immediately see the effect in the Theme Preview. In this case, we have provided a “mockup”, showing the “Home Button” as half-red (the original color) and half-pink (the new color).

It’s a good idea to scroll up and down the Preview, you might see the effects on graphic elements in multiple places in your home page.
 
APPLY THEME OR RESTORE DEFAULT: You do have the option of returning to your original ENOSite Theme; however, if you are pleased with the Preview, clicking on the Apply Theme will save your work. Note that you’ll still have to Publish the changes.
 
 

Managing Company Information Changes

 
1. PREVIEW: All your color changes are immediately reflected in the Preview pane below the Editor. You can experiment to see what looks best.
 
2. HOME PAGE PREVIEW VERSUS CONNECTED PAGES: Your Theme Preview is your website Home Page. And the preview is “live” – you can click thru to connected pages, for example a blog posting. However, until you publish your Template Designer changes to the web, the connected pages will not include any of your proposed changes.
 
3. SAVE CHANGES: And lastly, you must save all the information you’ve just added or changed by clicking the Apply Theme button.
 
 
Don’t forget your site visitors won’t see your changes until they are published. Please see the ENOSite Help Guide on How To Publish A Website Changes To The Web.
 

ENOsite
Career Listing Manager
Guide Content

 

Career Listing Manager

 
What better way to attract great employees than in the context of your great website! So ENOSite includes a Career Listing and resume-capture capability built right in..

ENOSite Career Listing Guide Overview

Here are is everything you need to know about your ENOSite Career Listing controls. (Please click on any topic.)
 
Even if you only advertise a career listing once in a while, you’ll find the ENOSite Career Listing work flow, shown below here, to be useful. Many activities you will perform using your ENOsite System will follow a similar pattern.

 
1.
Go To Career Listing Manager
2.
See List Of All Jobs
3.
Manage Job Listings Add
Edit or Delete Show/ Hide
4.
Manage Resumes View,or Delete
1.
Manage ResumesView,or Delete
ENOSite Career Listing Manager Workflow
 
Note: Notice that Career Listings defines the simple relationship of your company Administrator, who has the responsibility of posting a Career Listing and checking resumes, and your visitors who may be interested in applying to work with you.
 
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Dashboard Resume Alerts

In-bound resumes can be very important, depending on your business cycle. For this reason, in-bound resumes are featured on the ENOsite Dashboard. Some ENOSite users check their dashboards every day, or even more often.

How To Manage Career Listings & Resumes

 
1.
Go To Career Listing Manager
2.
See List Of All Jobs
3.
Manage Job Listings Add Edit or Delete Show/ Hide
4.
Manage Resumes View,or Delete
1.
Apply & Submit Resume
ENOSite Career Listing Manager Workflow
 
 
Please see ENOSite Career Listing Manager Guide for How To Add information about A Career Listing.
 
Please see later section of the ENOSite Career Listing Manager Guide for How To Manage In Bound Resumes.

How To Manage Career Listings

Posting a Career Listing to your website is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1.
GO TO CAREER LISTING MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Career Listing Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “Career Listing ” reference including from the ENOSite Menu.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL CURRENT CAREER LISTINGS:
Career Listings Manager presents you with a list of existing career listings and an easy way of managing your listings. You can see which listings are “live”and which listings are “hidden”(i.e. not visible yet ).
 
3.
MANAGE CAREER LISTINGS:
To manage an existing career listing, just hover over the information pane for the listing you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options. Click on the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task
 

How To Add A Career Listing

 
1.
Go To
Career Listing Manager
2.
See
List Of All Jobs
3.
Manage
Job Listings Add
4.
Manage Resumes View,or Delete
1.
Apply & Submit Resume
ENOSite Career Listing Manager Workflow
 

How To Add Career Listings

 
1.
GO TO CAREER LISTING MANAGER:
This section assumes you are already at Career Listing Manager.
 
3.
SEE LIST OF ALL CURRENT CAREER LISTINGS:
To add a new Career Listing, simply click on the big purple Add Career
button, and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 
 
Please see ENOSite Career Listing Manager Guide for How To Edit A Career Listing.
 
To learn what your website visitors will see where Career Postings are concerned, please see User Guide sections on How To Manage In Bound Resumes and Visitors Can Apply For A Position.

How To Edit A Career Listings

 
1.
Go To Career Listing Manager
2.
See
List Of All Jobs
3.
Manage Job Listings Edit
4.
Manage Resumes View,or Delete
1.
Apply & Submit Resume
ENOSite Career Listing Manager Workflow
 
 

How To Edit Career Listings

Editing a Career Listing – or a “job posting” – is your opportunity to state clearly the work you need done and the qualifications you are seeking.
1.
GO TO CAREER LISTING MANAGER:
This section assumes you are already at Career Listing Manager.
 
3.
EDIT A CAREER LISTING:
From the pop-up that appears when you hover over the career listing you want to edit , select
Edit. The Edit Job
that appears is easily edited according to your hiring criteria.
 
 
Please see ENOSite Career Listing Manager Guide for How To Publish Or Unpublish A Career Listing

How To Publish or Unpublish A Career Listing

 
1.
Go To
Career Listing Manager
2.
See
List Of All Jobs
3.
Manage
Job Listings Publish/
UnPublish
4.
Manage Resumes View,or Delete
1.
Apply & Submit Resume
ENOSite Career Listing Manager Workflow
 

How To Publish or Unpublish A Career Listing

1.
GO TO CAREER LISTING MANAGER:
This section assumes you are already at Career Listing Manager.
 
3.
PUBLISH OR UNPUBLISH SELECTED CAREER LISTING:
Select the Career Listing you want to make visible on your website – or alternatively that you’d like to hide from view       . Then click the green button
to alter the status of the selected Career Listing.
 
NOTE: You can also change the visibility of any Career Listing while in Edit mode. The Visibility Check Box in the lower left corner performs the same function.
 
1.
VIEW A LIVE CAREER LISTING:
Visit your website’s career section, and you will see any new Career Listing. Check and make sure that the details of your Listing are correct. If not, you can go back and tweak the editing.
 
 
To learn what your website visitors will see where Career Postings are concerned, please see User Guide sections on How To Manage In Bound Resumes and Visitors Can Apply For A Position.

How To Delete A Career Listing

 
1.
Go To
Career Listing Manager
2.
See
List Of All Jobs
3.
Manage
Job Listings Delete
4.
Manage Resumes View,or Delete
1.
Apply & Submit Resume
ENOSite Career Listing Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A Career Listing

You can show a Career Listing on your website – or remove it for any reason.
1.
GO TO CAREER LISTING MANAGER:
This section assumes you are already at Career Listing Manager.
 
3.
DELETE SELECTED CAREER LISTING:
Select the Career Listing you want to delete from your website.       Then click the red “X” button to delete the selected Career Listing. You’ll be asked to confirm that you really do want to delete the item.
 
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Delete Career Listing With Resumes

If you try and delete a Career Listing which still has associated resumes, you’ll be asked to confirm whether or not you really want to delete the Listing and the resumes. You have the option of saving individual resumes that you might want to keep for the future – or just deleting them all

How To Manage In-Bound Resumes

 
1.
Go To
Career Listing Manager
2.
See
List Of All Jobs
3.
Manage
Job Listings Add, Edit or Delete Show/ UnShow
4.
Manage Resumes View,or Delete
1.
Apply & Submit Resume
ENOSite Career Listing Manager Workflow
 

How To Manage In-Bound Resumes

In-bound resumes can be very important, depending on your business cycle. You can manage an In-Bound Resumes on your website.
1.
GO TO CAREER LISTING MANAGER:
This section assumes you are already at Career Listing Manager.
 
3.
GO TO COLLECTED RESUMES:
Select the Career Listing for which you want to view resumes. You can see the number of resumes listed on each Listing Pane      . Then, as always hovering over the pane will bring up the pop-up menu. Select Resumes       and you will be taken to the List of Resumes collected so far for that Career Posting.
 
4.
MANAGE INDIVIDUAL RESUMES:
Hovering over any individual resume will cause a pop-up menu to appear.
Individual resumes which have been uploaded by visitors, can be viewed or deleted.
 
 

How Your Visitors Can Apply For A Position

With Career Listings in place and visible, you have the opportunity to entice your site visitors to get in touch and to submit resumes. This section presents a summary of the how everything works together to accomplish this.
 
1.
Go To Career Listing Manager
2.
See List Of All Jobs
3.
Manage Job Listings Add, Edit or Delete Show/ UnShow
4.
Manage ResumesView,or Delete
1.
Apply & Submit Resume
ENOSite Career Listing Manager Workflow
 

ENOsite
Service Manager
Guide Content

ENOSite Service Listing
Manager

Highlight The Great
Services You Get Paid For!

 
 
You’re in business to provide service! Most ENOSite customers are for-profit businesses, but we also have some customers who are non-profit. In all cases however, ENOSite customers exist to provide great services for their own customers.
 
 
And the ENOSite website system gives you the tools you need to manage your services and to make sure that your site visitors can easily explore what you have to offer.
 
 
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Services Manager
Short Description

List, describe and display all the services that you want website visitors and customers to know about.

And also make these services available for appointments and billing!

Here are two ENOSite Service Manager resources:

1.
This Introduction provides background information concerning how ENOSite manages services, as well as best practices to help make your job easier.
 
  • a. ENOSite Services Management Life-Cyle
  • b. How Do You make A Service Listing In ENOSite?
  • c. How Are Services Detail Pages Organized On My Website?
  • d. ENOSite Service Management FAQ
  • e. ENOSite Service Management Collage
 
2.
You will also want to visit the ENOSIte Page Manager User Guide because Page Manager is used to display any of the services you’ve defined.
 

ENOSite Services Management Life-Cycle

When you manage your business services in ENOSite, you’ll be using two ENOSite widgets together, the Services Manager widget and the Page Manager widget.
 
 
A
MANAGE SERVICES:
Using ENOSite Services Manager, you can define your service offering.
 
B
CREATE AND MANAGE DISPLAY:
How your Services are displayed on your website is managed by Page Manager. You have multiple options for controlling how and where your services are featured on your website.
 
Linked together the ENOSite Services Manager and Page Manager widgets show the power of ENOSite. The ENOSite Services Manager Widget is used to keep track of your services, including by other widgets such as Appointments. The ENOSite CMS, via the Page Manager Widget is used to manage your website display of information about your service, including site menus and site pages.

How Do You Make
A Service Listing In ENOSite?

 
As per the ENOSite Services Management Lifecycle above, making a service listing in ENOSite is a two-step process.
 
A
Define Service in Services Manager Widget:
As shown in the chart here, defining or updating a Service is straight-forward. These items are simple but important.
 
Service Manager Definition Field Information And Usage
Service Name SHORT NAME: The name of your Service. This name will appear on your website. The name will also be used by other widgets, such as Appointments.
Service Summary PARAGRAPH: The Service Summary will appear anywhere there is a listing on your website of multiple services together, including the Services Master List.
Detail Page Link SINGLE WORD: This is the URL link word to the Services Detail Page which is managed by ENOSite Page Manager.
Image UPLOADABLE IMAGE: The Services Image is part of the Service Summary and will appear anywhere the Service Summary appears.
Active Check Box CHECK OR EMPTY BOX: Specify whether Service is immediately live or not; can be changed at any time.
 
For details on this topic please see ENOSite User Guide for How To Edit Service Listing.
 
B.
Create And Manage Service Detail Page Display:
The Service Detail page is your full ENOSite web-page which describes your service in as little or as much detail as you like. Page Manager is used to create and manage a Services Detail Page.
 
Page Manager Task
Information And Usage
Write And Format Service Detail ANY SIZE OF PAGE: Using Page Manage Editor create a Services Detail Page which describes how you want your service to appear to site visitors.
Define Service Detail Page LOCATION: Your Services Detail Page probably will be listed under the Services Main Page on your website. However, a Services Detail Page could in fact be listed anywhere. Note that the title of your new webpage also becomes a home page menu item.
 
For details on this topic please see ENOSite User Guide for How To Manage Service Details Page Display.

How Are Services Detail Pages
Organized On My Website?

 
Here are four different views of how website web pages are organized. You might find this information helpful, because it’s how ENOSite is actually organizing your web pages. These four views are presenting the same information from different perspectives
 
1.
SCHEMATIC VIEW OF WEBSITE WEBPAGE MAP
Here is a simplified map of what your collection of website web pages might look like (another version of this map is included in the Page Manager User Guide).

Using Page Manager you can position your Services Detail Pages under the Services Main Page (or wherever you like, but it makes most sense for your Services Detail Pages to be located with Services.)
 

How Are Services Detail Pages
Organized On My Website?

2.
BROWSER VIEW OF WEBSITE HOMEPAGE MENUS:
How does the webpage map show up in a browser? Here is how a list of services might show up on your website, using an ENOSite Spa template example.
 
 
3.
WORLD WIDE WEB ADDRESS VIEW OF WEB PAGES:
Here are some examples of how the above Detail Page references could be linked:
 
Page URL Address (Relative) Linking Key Word in Services Manager
Services Main Page services NA
Service Detail Page services/Spa spa
Eye Lash Extensions Detail Page services/Eye Lash Extensions eye-lash-extensions

How Are Services Detail Pages
Organized On My Website?

4.
WORLD WIDE WEB ADDRESS IN BROWSER:
And here is how the link for one Services Detail Page from the above example might show up in your browser address bar:
 
 
 
As you become increasingly familiar with how your ENOSite website works, you or whoever manages your web presence will find that page locations and website addresses becomes second nature.
 
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Linking A Service Listing And A Service Detail Page

Both Service Manager service listings and Page Manager pages can exist on their own! But most of the time services, menu items and detail pages are linked together. This linking enables your customers to see how everything about your services is seamlessly linked together.

The link between services and pages is captured by the Services Detail Linkin the Edit Service Form.
 
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Detail Page Titles Become Menu Items

When you create any Services Detail page (or in fact any new website page), the title you give to your webpage automatically becomes a menu item on your website. (Where the menu item shows up depends on where you are in the hierarchy of web pages)

ENOSite Services Manager FAQ

ENOSITE Services Manager is the ENOSite Widget you use to define, list, describe and display all the services that you want website visitors and customers to know about.


Here is an FAQ (“frequently asked questions”) all about ENOSite Services Manager.


1) What is my inventory of ENOSite-listed business services?
Just like on your laptop, you can give folders names that make sense. For example, if you plan to regularly add pictures of your work to your website, you might make a folder call "WorkPictures” (Notice there are no “spaces” allowed in the folder name.)

2) What will my visitors see concerning my ENOSite-defined services?
Your ENOSite website visitors will have opportunities to see information about your services in multiple different ways:

a) Website Pages By Topic:The Services Listing is the menu listing of all Services that your site visitor can access. The Listing is automatically generated.

b) Services Master List: The Services Master List is the page listing all defined Services, together with the Services Image and the Services Summary Description. The Master List is automatically generated.

c) Top Featured Services: The first three define Services are automatically positioned on your Home Page, together with the Services Image and the Services Summary Description.

d) Services Detail Pages: Services Detail Pages are among the most important pages on your website, showcasing as they do everything you want to say about a given services. You can include images and graphics to make the most enticing possible page.



3) What is the “services document root” or “Services Home Page”?
As shown in the schematic diagram above, all ENOSite services detail pages are usually linked off the “services” website main page. This is the “services document root”. Less technically, you could call this the “Services Home Page”. ENOSite can keep track of any page from the services document root, automatically. And because ENOSite does this automatically, it would be unusual for you to have to concern yourself with this capability.
 

ENOSite Services Manager FAQ

4) What is the “services URL keyword”?
The “services URL keyword” is the single word which ENOSite uses to build a webpage address from the services document root. This same services URL keyword is used by Page Manager – and this makes the link between Services Manager services and website pages managed by Page Manager.

Here are some examples of good URL keywords:

Note: Note that URL keywords are only helpful for you and ENOSite. They don’t have to mean anything for your site visitors.
 
Event Event-2015-03 Flower-12
Infrared Sking Tightening 8ui3gws 940-33
 
5) What’s the trickiest thing about linking Services pages?
ENOSite helps you correctly link your Service Listing to the Page Manager menus and Service Detail Pages. But for this to work correctly, the services URL keyword has to be known to both widgets, Page Manager and Services Manager. If the word is misspelled somewhere, then the link-up won’t happen. Your website won’t break – but you might not see a page you are expecting or want to see. When you actually make the link in the Services Manager Definition Form, ENOSite prompts you for correct links. If you have to, you can always change a link.
 

ENOSite Services Management Collage

 

ENOSite Service Listing
Management User Guide

Here are is everything you need to know about adding and managing business service listings on your ENOSite website, using both ENOSite Services Manager and ENOSite Page Management. (Please click on any topic.)

Even if you only advertise a service listing once in a while, you’ll find the ENOSite service Listing work flow, shown below here, to be useful. Many activities you will perform using your ENOsite System will follow a similar pattern.
ENOSite Page Manager Workflow
 
1.
Go To
Page Manager
2.
See
List Of Services Pages
3.
Manage Service
Detail Pages
 
 
4.
Go To
Services Manager
5.
See
List Of Services
6.
Manage Service Add, Edit or Delete
7.
 
ENOSite Service Manager Workflow
 

How To Link A Service And A Service Detail Page

Here are the workflows associated with managing your business service listings on your ENOSite website. The basic work flow is similar to many of the workflows you’ll use to manage your website: “see the list of things you have”, and then “choose one to work on, or create something new”. Note that unique to Services Manager that you will use both Services Manager and Page Manager workflows together.
 

How To Manage Service Detail Pages In Page Manager

1.
Go To PageManager
2.
See List Of Services Pages
3.
Manage Service Detail Pages
ENOSite Page Manager Workflow
 

How To Manage
Service Detail Pages In Page Manager

Page Manager is the ENOSite widget where you will manage Services Detail Pages on your website.
1.
CHOOSE PAGE MANAGER:
Navigate to Page Manager from the ENOSite Menu.  


 
2.
SEE LIST OF SERVICES PAGES:
In the list of all your website pages presented to you by Page Manager you can find the set of Services pages. You will likely already have some default pages        associated with your ENOSite Template.
 
3.
FOR SERVICES DETAIL PAGES, CHOOSE INDIVIDUAL-LEVELPAGE CONTROLS:
To manage an individual page, just click the arrow associated with that page and the orange
Individual-level Page Controls Toolbar will appear.

The orange individual-level page controls will provide all the control you need to manage your Services Detail Pages.
 
For complete details on using Page Manager, please see the full ENOSite Page Manager User Guide.

How To Add A New
Services Detail Page In Page Manager

1.
Go To PageManager
2.
See List Of Services Pages
3.
Manage Service Detail Pages Add
ENOSite Page Manager Workflow
 

How To Add A New
Services Detail Page In Page Manager

You can add a new Services Detail Page to match your new Service anywhere you want, as a sub-page to any existing page, including your home page. However, most likely you’ll add your new services detail page as a sub-page to the Service Home page.
1.
GO TO PAGE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already in Page Manager and can see your website’s list of current Services pages
 
3.
CHOOSE SERVICES HOME PAGE AND ADD SUB-PAGE:
You will be attaching your new Services Detail sub page to the existing target Services Home page.       Click on the control bar arrow       for the Services Home page and the orange individual-level control bar will be revealed.Then just click on Add Sub Page.       (Note that you don’t need to check the Page Selection box on the left.)
 
 
PROVIDE INITIAL NEW PAGE INFORMATION:
Once you click Add Page you’ll be taken to the Initial New Page Information form. You can fill out this form very easily and quickly ( see on the next page).
And you can revisit and change anything on the form later via Page Properties. When you are done, click Add Page on the next page.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Services Manager Guide for How To Edit Service Detail Page Content And Properties.

How To Edit A Services Detail Page Content & Properties In Page Manager

1.
Go To PageManager
2.
See List Of Servicesc Pages
3.
Manage Service Detail Pages Edit
ENOSite Page Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit A Services Detail Page Content & Properties In Page Manager

Editing the content of a new Services Detail Page is the important task of writing and designing the web page that is all about your new Service.
1.
GO TO PAGE MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already in Page Manager and can see your website’s list of current Services pages.
 
3.
CHOOSE THE PAGE YOU WANT TO EDIT:
If you have just created a new page to match your new Service, then you should select that page to work with.
Then using the orange buttons,       you can edit the full page for content, or you can also edit some of the “meta-data” about the page.


NOTE: Note that you can edit a Services Detail page at any time; for example, if you update your service through the year to reflect a new season, it’s easy to make that change.
 
Full details concerning full page editing for ENOSite web pages is contained in the ENOSite Page Manager User Guide.

How To Delete A Services Detail Page In Page Manager

You may wish to delete an entire Services Detail Page, especially for example, if the service was only offered temporarily, and you want to keep your website tidy.
 
1.
Go To PageManager
2.
See List Of Services Pages
3.
Manage Service Detail Pages Delete
ENOSite Page Manager Workflow
 
There are multiple options for deleting any website detail page. These options are thoroughly covered in the ENOSite Page Manager User Guide.
 
NOTE: Note one additional detail which relates to the effect that deleting a Services Detail page has on any linked Service Listing. Deleting a services detail page will remove the content of the page from your website, and will remove any menu choices from the website. But otherwise, any linked Service will not be affected.
 
Full details concerning full page deleting for ENOSite web pages is contained in the ENOSite Page Manager User Guide.

Other Things You Can Do With
Your Services Detail Page In Page Manager

There are other things you can do with a Services Detail Page using Page Manager.
 
1.
Go To PageManager
2.
See List Of Services Pages
3.
Manage Service Detail Pages Other
ENOSite Page Manager Workflow
 
These additional ENOSite capabilities are the capability to publish or unpublish a page, preview a page without publishing it, and moving a page so that order of your listed Services changes.
 
Full details concerning other things you can do with your ENOSite Service Detail pages are contained in the ENOSite Page Manager User Guide.

How To Manage Service Listings
In Service Manager

 
1.
Go To Services Manager
2.
See List Of Services Pages
3.
Manage Service Add, Edit or Delete
ENOSite Service Manager Workflow
 

How To Manage Service Listing
In Service Manager

Service Manager is the ENOSite widget where you manage the inventory of business services that are listed on your ENOSite website and which you offer to your customers..
1.
CHOOSE SERVICE MANAGER:
Navigate to Service Manager from the ENOSite Menu


 
3.
MANAGE SERVICES:
To manage an existing blog post, just hover over the information pane
for the blog post you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, the pop-up       will give you the two Services Manager options, Edit and Delete.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Services Manager User Guide for How To edit ENOSite Page Manager User Guide.

How To Add A New Service Listing
With Service Manager

1.
Go To Services Manager
2.
See List Of Services Pages
3.
Manage Service Add
ENOSite Service Manager Workflow
 

How To Add A New Service Listing
With Service Manager

Service Manager is the ENOSite widget where you manage the inventory of business services that are listed on your ENOSite website and which you offer to your customers..
1.
CHOOSE SERVICE MANAGER:
Navigate to Service Manager from the ENOSite Menu


 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL CURRENT SERVICES:
Services Manager presents you with a list of all your existing Services and an easy way of managing these pages.
 
3.
ADD A NEW SERVICE LISTING:
All you have to do to add a new Service Listing is to click the big orange button labeled Add Service. .
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Services Manager User Guide for How To Add A New Services Listing With Services Manager.

How To Edit A Service Listing
With Service Manager

1.
Go To Services Manager
2.
See List Of Services Pages
3.
Manage Service Edit
ENOSite Service Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit A Service Listing
With Service Manager

Editing the description of a Service Listing provides ENOSite with the link to the ENOSite menu system and to the Service Detail Page, and as well the Services Summary Description.
1.
CHOOSE SERVICE MANAGER:
Navigate to Service Manager from the ENOSite Menu


 
3.
EDIT A SERVICE LISTING:
Once you have arrived in the ENOSite Edit Service Listing form, you can add the information you need.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Services Manager User Guide for How To Delete Services Listing.

How To Delete A
Service Listing In Service Manager

1.
Go To Services Manager
2.
See List Of Services Pages
3.
Manage Service Delete
ENOSite Service Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A
Service Listing In Service Manager

1.
CHOOSE SERVICE MANAGER:
Navigate to Service Manager from the ENOSite Menu


 
3.
DELETE SERVICE LISTING:
Services Manager presents you with a list of all your existing Services. Then you can easily hover over the Services Listing and your option to delete will appear.       Click on Delete.       And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.

ENOsite
Team Members Manager
Guide Content

 

Feature Your Management Team Members

Sometimes your prospects and customers want to know who they’re buying from!

You’ll find an “About Us” on most websites. ENOSite enables you to feature all the background you want, in any level of detail, concerning your you and key team members. You can add any number of people you like, and in any order.
 
 

ENOSite Team Members Manager

 
 
concept

Consider Privacy And Spam

Customers and prospects prize openness and information about you and your team. This helps build trust and positive purchase choices. But any information you post on the web, including email addresses etc., is instantly public knowledge. If you find you are generating too much time-consuming spam or other inappropriate “noise”, consider restricting the personal and/or contact information you post as part of your team profiles.

ENOSite Team Members Manager Overview

Adding a team member profile to your ENOSite website is simple and systematic. And you have lots of control: You get to decide when any given profile is “live” or not and whether there is an attached downloadable bio.

Here are is everything you need to know about your ENOSite Team Members Manager. (Please click on any topic.)
To set up team member profiles, you’ll find the ENOSite Team Member Manager workflow shown below here, to be useful. Many activities you will perform using your ENOsite System will follow similar a pattern.
1.
Go To Team Member Manager
2.
See List Of all Team Members
3.
Manage Team Members
Add, Edit or Delete Publish or UnPublish
ENOSite Team Member Manager Workflow
 
quick Tip

You might not even need Help!

ENOSite is designed to be super simple! Why not “learn as you go”? Start adding team members now. And ENOSite Help is here when you need more information!

How To Manage Team Member Profiles

1.
Go To Team Member Manager
2.
See List Of all Team Members
3.
Go To Team Member Manager
Add, Edit or Delete Publish or UnPublish
ENOSite Team Member Manager Workflow
 

How To Manage Team Member Profiles

Managing team member profiles is very similar to managing blog posts and news items...
1.
TEAM MEMBER MANAGER:
You can go to the ENOSite Team Member Manager from almost anywhere in your ENOSite System, wherever you see a live “team member” reference.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL CURRENT TEAM MEMBER PROFILES:
Team Member Manager presents you with a list of any existing profiles and an easy way of managing them.
You can see which profiles are “live”
and which profiles have not yet been published.
 
3.
MANAGE MEMBER PROFILES:
To manage an existing profile, just hover over the information pane for the profile you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options.
Click on the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Team Member Manager Guide for How To Add A Team Member Profile.

How To Add A Team Member Profile

1.
Go To Team Member Manager
2.
See List Of all Team Members
3.
Go To Team Member Manager
Add
ENOSite Team Member Manager Workflow
 

How To Add A Team Member Profile

1.
GO TO TEAM MEMBER MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the profiles you want to Add.
 
3.
ADD A TEAM MEMBER:
All you have to do to add a profile is to click the big purple button labeled “Add Member”.
You’ll be taken the ENOSite Edit Team Member form.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Team Member Manager Guide for How To Edit A Team Member Profile.
 
concept

Adding Or Editing A Team Member Profile Is The Same Thing

We like to make things as easy as possible for you. You’ll use exactly the same form for adding a new team member profile as you will to edit an existing profile.

How To Edit A Team Member Profile

1.
Go To Team Member Manager
2.
See List Of all Team Members
3.
Go To Team Member Manager
Edit
ENOSite Team Member Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit A Team Member Profile

1.
GO TO TEAM MEMBER MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the profiles you want to Edit.
 
3.
EDIT A TEAM MEMBER PROFILE:
Once you arrive on the ENOSite page labelled Edit Member Profile, you’ll see a form with multiple fields ready to capture information about your team member. (Explanations in form field notes).
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Team Member Manager Guide for How To Delete A Team Member Profile.

How To Add/Edit A Team Member Social Link

1.
GO TO TEAM MEMBER MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Social Link you want to Edit.
 
3.
ADD A SOCIAL LINK TO TEAM MEMBER:
From the pop-up that appears when you hover over the profile listing you want to edit and select Social Link .


The Social Links dialogue will appear, for the selected team member.
You can add a new social link or modify an existing link.
To modify an existing link, hover over the link,
and the pop-up will give you the option
of deleting the link or modifying it. Select Edit to modify the link, and the Add Link dialogue
will enable you to add a Link.Adding a Link requires both a name and a URL. You can find your social media link URL from your team member’s social media account.
 

How To Add A Team Member Social Link

1.
Go To Team Member Manager
2.
See List Of all Team Members
3.
Go To Team Member Manager
Social
ENOSite Team Member Manager Workflow
 

How To Add/Edit A Team Member Social Link

 

How To Delete A Team Member Profile

1.
Go To Team Member Manager
2.
See List Of all Team Members
3.
Go To Team Member Manager
Delete
ENOSite Team Member Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A Team Member Profile

1.
GO TO TEAM MEMBER MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the profiles you want to Edit.
 
3.
DELETE A TEAM MEMBER:
From the List of Profiles, find the profile that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over the profile and your option to delete will appear.
Click on Delete!
And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Team Member Manager Guide for How To Change Order of A Team Member Profile.

How To Change Order Of Team Member Profiles

1.
Go To Team Member Manager
2.
See List Of all Team Members
3.
Manage Team Member
Order
ENOSite Team Member Manager Workflow
 

How To Change Order Of Team Member Profiles

1.
GO TO TEAM MEMBER MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the profiles you want to edit.
 
3.
PICK ANY TEAM MEMBER:
You can access the same Change Order from any profile. Just hover over a profile and your option to change the order of team members will appear.
Click on Change Order.
And the Change Member Order pop-up will appear.
 
HOW TO USE NUMBERS TO SPECIFY ORDER:
 
In the Change Member Order form, each Team Member is associated with a number. Team members are listed on the website according to their number, from lowest to highest. You can use any numbers, including negative numbers and zero.

Here are the simple steps to re-arrange the order of your team members:

1. CURRENT ORDER: On the form, the current order is shown, determined by the numbers shown.

2. CHANGE ORDER: If you want a particular name to appear as the first name, then just put any number next to that name – and as long as that number is the lowest number compared to all other numbers, that name will appear first in the list. Re-arranging other names follows the same logic.
 

ENOsite
Appointment Scheduling Manager
Guide Content

 

Manage Your Customer Appointments in the Easiest Way

 
Being a photographer means so much more than just capturing an image with a camera. It's about capturing time itself and the essence of that moment.

To be great, photographers must be focused at all times and be completely aware of their surroundings, since that perfect moment to click that perfect shot could arise at any time.

Realizing that great photographers need to use their creativity more on capturing the perfect shot, ENOSite is designed to allow you to easily take your photographic experience online. ENOSite allows you to have your professional photography website without having to perform any hectic tasks to develop/code your website or having to sit through recurring meetings to get the website which brings out your creativity perfectly.

Manage Your Customer Appointments
in the Easiest Way

With ENOSite, taking your photography career online is as simple as a click away. It allows you to:
  • Choose from predetermined templates which best describe the essence of your photography or have us design a completely new theme for you.
  • Easily draft content which best describes the essence of your photography.
  • Easily optimize your website for search engine rankings and stay above the competition using our search engine optimization utilities.
  • Get social and broaden your career horizons using different online social media tools on your ENOSite.
  • With mobile optimization do all the above whenever you want wherever you want.
With ENOSite, there is no limit to where you can take your photograph.
 
 
Quick Tip

Maintain Flexible Schedule!

Engage with clients, fix appointments and maintain your schedule directly on your ENOSite website.

ENOSite Appointment
Scheduling Manager Overview

Adding an appointment schedule to your ENOSite website is simple and systematic. And you have lots of control: You get to decide when and where a staff member is going to complete the appointment of a client.

Here are is everything you need to know about your ENOSite Appointment Scheduling Manager. (Please click on any topic.)

ENOSite Service Listing
Management User Guide

Here are is everything you need to know about adding and managing business service listings on your ENOSite website, using both ENOSite Services Manager and ENOSite Page Management. (Please click on any topic.)

Even if you only advertise a service listing once in a while, you’ll find the ENOSite service Listing work flow, shown below here, to be useful. Many activities you will perform using your ENOsite System will follow a similar pattern.
 
ENOSite Staff Manager Workflow
1.
Go To Staff Manager
2.
See List Of Staff Members
3.
Manage Staff Members Add, Edit or Delete
 
 
7.
Go To Appointment Manager
8.
See List Of All Appointments
9.
Manage Appointments Add, Edit or Delete
ENOSite Appointment Manager Workflow
 
 
4.
Go To Client Manager Add, Edit or Delete
5.
See List Of All Clients Add, Edit or Delete
6.
Manage Clients Add, Edit or Delete
ENOSite Client Manager Workflow
 
Quick Tip

You might not even need Help!

ENOSite is designed to be super simple! Why not “learn as you go”? Start adding staff members now. And ENOSite Help is here when you need more information!

How To Manage Staff Members

1.
Go To Staff Manager
2.
See List Of all Staff Members
3.
Manage Staff Members
Add, Edit or Delete
ENOSite Staff Manager Workflow
 

How To Manage Staff Members

Managing staff members is as easy as 1 2 3...
1.
GO TO STAFF MANAGER:
Navigate to Appointment from the ENOSite Menu.
And click on the Staff Members tab.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL CURRENT STAFF MEMBERS:
Staff Member Manager presents you with a list of any existing profiles and an easy way of managing them.
 
3.
MANAGE MEMBER PROFILES:
To manage an existing staff member profile, just hover over the information pane
for the profile you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options.
Click on the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Staff Manager Guide for How To Add A Staff Member.

How To Add Staff Member

1.
Go To Staff Manager
2.
See List Of all Staff Members
3.
Manage Staff Members
Add
ENOSite Staff Manager Workflow
 

How To Add A Staff Member

Start adding your staff members now…
1.
GO TO STAFF MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Appointment you want to add a staff member.
 
3.
ADD A STAFF MEMBER:
All you have to do to add a profile is to click the big green button labeled “Add Staff Member”.
You’ll be taken to the ENOSite Add Staff Member form.
 
CONCEPT

Adding Or Editing A Staff Member Profile Is The Same Thing

We like to make things as easy as possible for you. You’ll use exactly the same form for adding a new staff member profile as you will edit an existing profile.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Staff Manager Guide for How To Edit A Staff Member.

How To Edit A Staff Member Profile

1.
Go To Staff Manager
2.
See List Of all Staff Members
3.
Manage Staff Members
Edit
ENOSite Staff Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit A Staff Member Profile

To Edit a staff member profile, follow these steps:
1.
GO TO STAFF MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Appointment you want to edit a staff member.
 
3.
EDIT A STAFF MEMBER:
To edit the contact details of your staff member, select the Edit option from the pop-up that appears when you hover over the staff member listing. You will see a short form with some fields to fill out (see
through
).

And when you are all done, click on the Save
to save your update.
 
quick Tip

Save Your Work!

Don’t forget to save your work! Your work is saved only after you click either the Save or Preview buttons.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Staff Manager Guide for How To Delete A Staff Member.

How To Delete A Staff Memebr

1.
Go To Staff Manager
2.
See List Of all Staff Members
3.
Manage Staff Members
Delete
ENOSite Staff Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A Staff Member

To Delete a staff member, follow these steps:
1.
GO TO STAFF MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Appointment you want to delete a staff member.
 
3.
DELETE STAFF MEMBER:
From the List of Staff members, find the one that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over the pane and your option to delete will appear.
Click on Delete!
And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.

How To Manage Clients

1.
Go To Client Manager
2.
See List Of all Clients
3.
Manage Clients
Add, Edit or Delete
ENOSite Client Manager Workflow
 

How To Manage Clients

Managing clients is as easy as 1 2 3...
1.
GO TO CLIENT MANAGER:
Navigate to Appointment from the ENOSite Menu.
And click on the Clients tab.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL CLIENTS:
Clients Manager presents you with a list of any existing records and an easy way of managing them.
 
3.
MANAGE CLIENTS REOCRDS:
To manage an existing Client data, just hover over the information pane
for the record you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options.
Click on the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Client Manager Guide for How To Add A Client.

How To Add A Client

1.
Go To Client Manager
2.
See List Of all Clients
3.
Manage Clients
Add
ENOSite Client Manager Workflow
 

How To Add A Client

Start adding your new clients...
1.
GO TO Client MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Appointment you want to add a new Client.
 
3.
ADD A CLIENT:
All you have to do to add a record is to click the big green button labelled“Add Client”.
You’ll be taken to the ENOSite Add Client form.
 
concept

Adding Or Editing A Client Record Is The Same Thing

We like to make things as easy as possible for you. You’ll use exactly the same form for adding a new client as you will edit an existing record.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Client Manager Guide for How To Edit A Client.

How To Edit A Client

1.
Go To Client Manager
2.
See List Of all Clients
3.
Manage Clients
Edit
ENOSite Client Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit A Client

To Edit a client, follow these steps:
1.
GO TO Client MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Appointment you want to edit a client record.
 
3.
EDIT CLIENT INFORMATION:
To edit your client’s information, select the Edit option from the pop-up that appears when you hover over the client member listing. You will see a short form with some fields to fill out.(see
above, which are mandatory information and others are optional).

And when you are all done, click on the Save
to save your work.
 
quick Tip

Save Your Work!

Don’t forget to safe your client information. Client details is only saved when you click on the Save button.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Client Manager Guide for How To Delete A Client.

How To Delete A Client

1.
Go To Client Manager
2.
See List Of all Clients
3.
Manage Clients
Delete
ENOSite Client Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete A Client

To Delete a client, follow these steps…
1.
GO TO Client MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Appointment you want to delete a client record.
 
3.
DELETE A CLIENT:
From the List of Clients, find the one that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over the pane and your option to delete will appear.
Click on Delete!
And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.

How To Manage Appointments

1.
Go To Appointment Manager
2.
See List Of all Appointments
3.
Manage Appointments
Add, Edit or Delete
ENOSite Appointments Manager Workflow
 

How To Manage Appointments

Develop your photography business using the simplest ENOSite Appointments Manager…
1.
GO TO APPOINTMENTS MANAGER:
Navigate to Appointment from the ENOSite Menu.
 
2.
SEE LIST OF ALL APPOINTMENTS:
Appointment Manager presents you with a list of booking appointments and an easy way of managing them.
 
3.
MANAGE APPOINTMENTS:
To manage an appointment, just hover over the information pane
for the appointment you want to manage. As soon as your cursor moves over the pane, you’ll see a pop-up giving you your options.
Click on the option you want and you’ll be taken to the ENOSite form for that task.
 
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Keep your Appointment Schedulers up to Date!

Please keep the others in the loop if you are not the only person scheduling your appointments. ENOSite provides you to preview each appointment details ask the event location and time if everything is correct.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Appointments Manager Guide for How To Add An Appointment.

How To Add An Appointment

1.
Go To Appointment Manager
2.
See List Of all Appointment s
3.
Manage Appointments
Add
ENOSite Appointment Manager Workflow
 

How To Add An Appointment

Start booking appointments now…
1.
GO TO APPOINTMENTS MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Appointment you want to add an appointment.
 
3.
ADD AN APPOINTMENT:
All you have to do to add an appointment is to click the big green button labeled “Add Appointment”.
You’ll be taken to the ENOSite Add Appointment form.
 
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Adding Or Editing An Appointment Is The Same Thing Except the Appointment Status

We like to make things as easy as possible for you. You’ll use exactly the same form for adding a new appointment as you will edit an existing appointment record. Except the Appointment Status, which is always Not Done by default. You can update the status later, after adding an appointment.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Appointments Manager Guide for How To Edit An Appointment.

How To Edit An Appointment

1.
Go To Appointment Manager
2.
See List Of all Appointments
3.
Manage Appointments
Edit
ENOSite Appointment Manager Workflow
 

How To Edit An Appointment

To Edit An Appointment, follow these steps:
1.
GO TO Appointment MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Appointment you want to edit an Appointment.
 
3.
EDIT CLIENT INFORMATION:
To edit an appointment, select the Edit option from the pop-up that appears when you hover over the appointment listing. You will see a short form with some fields to fill out. Select the status if the appointment is done or not.
Enter the appointment title on
and select the customer
you can add a new customer immediately by pressing the green button labeled as “Add New Customer Information”. Update the appointment schedule and location information
through
. Check the option “Can share Pictures”
on the bases of the client agreement. Choose one or more available staff member on the particular event date/time
, you can also add a new staff member instantly by pressing the green button labeled as “Add New Staff Member”.

And when you are all done, click on the Update
to save your update.
 
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Save Your Work!

Don’t forget to update appointment status. The status is only updated when you click on the Update Status button and your appointment detail is only saved when you click on the Update button.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Appointment Manager Guide for How To Delete An Appointment.

How To Delete An Appointment

1.
Go To Appointment Manager
2.
See List Of all Appointments
3.
Manage Appointments
Delete
ENOSite Appointment Manager Workflow
 

How To Delete An Appointment

To Delete an Appointment, follow these steps…
1.
GO TO Appointment MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already at the Appointment you want to delete an Appointment.
 
3.
DELETE An Appointment:
From the List of Appointments, find the one that you want to delete. Then you can easily hover over the pane and your option to delete will appear.
Click on Delete!
And you’ll also be given a confirmation dialogue, just to be sure.

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CRM System Manager
Guide Content

 

ENOSite CRM System

Capture Sales Leads &Keep Track Of Customers

 
When visitors come to your site, follow the path that turns them into customers!!

A website is nice. Customers are even nicer! And your ENOSite website makes it easy to track visitors who are interested in what you are offering.

When a site visitor fills out a “more information please” form, you’ll be notified of that right away. We call that person a “sales lead”.

And sales leads are tracked in the ENOSite CRM System.
In CRM (or “customer relation-ship manager”) you can find out about what your sales lead is interested in – and then turn them into a customer!
Turning a sales lead into a customer is a simple decision on your part.

ENOSite Contact Information Flow

 

How Do Visitors Turn Into Leads,
And Then Into Customers?

The flow of information from website visitor to sales lead and then to customer is quite natural. Here are a few tips for each phase of this process.
1.
VISITOR INFORMATION:
There are several places on your ENOSite website where visitors can fill out a form and request info. (See ENOSIte Forms Manager for information all about forms.) Any given ENOSite Templates may have default forms in more than once place; however all Templates for a Contact Us form on the Home Page.

The form completed by website visitors is automatically routed to the ENOSIte CRM Widget. And to make life easier, your Dashboard is also updated to show the number of visitor requests. You can click on Dashboard New Contact display and you’ll click right through to CRM. Or you can go to CRM directly. (The Dashboard will update itself as you view new sales leads.)
 
2.
SALES LEADS:
Your sales leads are tracked in the ENOSite CRM system. The purpose of the CRM system is to act as a filter between you and visitor inquiries. Some inquiries are genuine sales leads – and others are just “noise”. In CRM, you’ll be able to easily discard uninteresting sales leads. In CRM you can assess whether a given inquiry is worth following up on – which you can do via email or phone, if you have contact information.

You can also manually add a new sales lead in CRM. For example, if you or your receptionist receives a phone call, it’s easy to add a new sales lead into CRM. Sales leads are the same, whether they come from a web visitor or you or your staff enter the information.

And then when you know you want to really keep in touch with a given visitor, you can “convert” that visitor sales lead into a customer listing. And because the Customer Listing Manager and the CRM system share the database, all the information is automatically transferred to the Customer Listing Manager.
 
3.
CUSTOMER LISTINGS:
Your list of customers is one of your most important business resources! In the ENOSite system, the Customer List, managed in the Customer List Manager, is used by multiple business widgets. For example, customer appointments, customer promotions and customer invoices all make use of the common customer information maintained in Customer List Manager.

Just as with Sales Leads, you can manually add a Customer Listing directly in Customer List Manager. And if your website is driving lots of good quality inquiries, you’ll be adding to your customer list via conversions of sales leads from the CRM system.

You can add much more information about your customer in a Customer Listing than you could in CRM. The Customer Listing is much richer in terms of the information that you can keep track of.
 
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Choose Your Style Of Customer List Management

You can choose the style of customer list management that suits your business. Some businesses have a large number of customers; some businesses have the opposite. Do you want to keep both prospects and customers in the Customer List Manager system, or leave prospects in the CRM system? With ENOSite, you have the flexibility to decide. However you do that though, keeping your customer and prospect lists clean and up-to-date, and jumping on new sales opportunities right away, is always a best practice!
 
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New & Duplicate Listings

Your ENOSite system keeps track of whether sales leads and/or customer listings are new, or existing, or duplicates. Based on email, the system will help you recognize new visitors, and whether a customer listing you’d like to save in fact already exists!

ENOSite Lead & Customer
Management User Guide

Here are is everything you need to know about adding and managing sales leads and customers using your ENOSite system, using both the ENOSite CRM System and the ENOSite Customer Manager. (Please click on any topic.)

CRM Manage How Tos

 

Customer Manager How Tos

 

How To Convert A Sales Lead To A Customer Listing

Here are the workflows associated with managing your sales leads and your customer listings, using your ENOSite System widgets. The basic work flow is similar to many of the workflows you’ll use to manage your website: “see the list of things you have”, and then “choose one to work on, or create something new”.
ENOSite CRM Manager Workflow
 
1.
Go To CRM
2.
See List Of Sales Lead
3.
Manage Service Sales Lead
Convert Sales Lead To Customer Listing
 
 
4.
Go To Customer List Manage
5.
See List Of Customers
6.
Manage Customer Listings
7.
ENOSite Customer Manager Workflow
 
Note how the CRM and Customer Manager workflows work together here.

 
 
 
 
 

How To Manage Sales Leads In CRM Manager

1.
Go To CRM
2.
See List Of Sales Lead
3.
Manage Sales Lead
ENOSite CRM System Workflow
 

How To Manage Sales Leads In CRM Manager

CRM System is the ENOSite widget where you will manage your sales leads.
1.
CHOOSE CRM SYSTEM:
Navigate to the CRM System from the ENOSite Menu
or from New Contacts on the ENOSite Dashboard  
 
2.
SEE LIST OF SALES LEADS:
In your CRM System, you can see the list of Sales Leads. Sales Leads in this list are here either because you added them manually, or because they were automatically added from a website visitor request.
 
CLICKABLE SALES LEADS:
Just click on any sales lead in order to view all the information for that lead. You’ll want to do this as part of your lead follow-up.
 
NEW LEADS BASED ON WEBSITE VISITATION:
You have the option of converting any sales lead to a customer via the red Make Customer button. You can also convert while editing.
 
CONVERT LEAD TO CUSTOMER BUTTON:
The red “New” next to any lead indicates a new lead from a website form. As soon as you click through to review or edit this lead, the lead will no longer show “new”.
 
NEW LEADS BASED ON EXISTING CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP:
The Lead Status column displays either Existing or New depending on whether this lead already exists in your Customer Listing! (The match-up is made on the basis of the email.) This is a handy feature when an existing customer visits your website and sends in a request for information – which could happen – and you don’t want to miss the factor that you have an inquiry from an existing customer! In this case, the lead would be a New website lead and an Existing customer in Lead Status.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite CRM Manager Guide for How To Add Or Track Sales Leads.

How To Add Or Track Sales Leads In CRM Manager

1.
Go To CRM
2.
See List Of Sales Lead
3.
Manage Sales Lead
Add
ENOSite CRM System Workflow
 

How To Add Or Track Sales Leads In CRM Manager

Sales Leads come in to your CRM System either automatically via a website form, or via a manual addition. This How To is focused on adding sales leads manually.
1.
GO TO CRM SYSTEM:
This How To assumes you are already in CRM system.
 
3.
ADD SALES LEAD MANUALLY:
To add a new manual Sales Lead¸ just click on the Add New Contact button
. You’ll be taken to the Add Contact form.
And when you are finished, just click Save and Close.

Note: After you have Saved and Closed, your new sales lead will be shown in the CRM System.
 
 
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite CRM Manager Guide for How To View Sales Leads.

How To View Sales Leads In CRM Manager

1.
Go To CRM
2.
See List Of Sales Lead
3.
Manage Sales Lead
View
ENOSite CRM System Workflow
 

How To View Sales Leads In CRM Manager

You’ll want to view Sales Leads right away when they come in from your website, or any lead in your CRM Sales Leads
1.
GO TO CRM SYSTEM:
This How To assumes you are already in CRM system.
 
3.
VIEW A SALES LEAD:
To view any Sales Lead¸ just click on Name, showing in blue, for your selected lead
. You’ll be taken to the View/Edit Contact form
which is the same form as what you used for Add.
 
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite CRM Manager Guide for How To Edit Sales Leads.

How To Edit Sales Leads In CRM Manager

1.
Go To CRM
2.
See List Of Sales Lead
3.
Manage Sales Lead
Edit
ENOSite CRM System Workflow
 

How To Edit Sales Leads In CRM Manager

Editing a Sales Leads allows you to update the information captured when your lead was first created. You can also add extra information too.
1.
GO TO CRM SYSTEM:
This How To assumes you are already in CRM system.
 
3.
EDIT A SALES LEAD
To edit any Sales Lead just click on Name, showing in blue, for your selected lead
. You’ll be taken to the View/Edit Contact form which is the same form as what you used for Add
.

Don’t stop at just viewing the sales lead however. Notice your option to Edit Contact.
Clicking on this button will enable full editing for the Sales Lead.

You can now edit the four main fields in your Sales Lead – you will also see two additional fields.
You can add tags and a lead source here to help drive your sales programme.

When you are done, you can Save your sales lead.
You also have the option of saving your sales lead as a Customer Listing, with the same result as if you’d pressed the red Make Customer button.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite CRM Manager Guide for How To Delete Sales Leads.

How To Delete Sales Leads In CRM Manager

1.
Go To CRM
2.
See List Of Sales Lead
3.
Manage Sales Lead
Delete
ENOSite CRM System Workflow
 

How To Delete Sales Leads In CRM Manager

Deleting a Sales Leads is easy – and important. You want to focus on real business opportunities – and that probably easier if you get rid of “noise” or low-value leads.
1.
GO TO CRM SYSTEM:
This How To assumes you are already in CRM system.
 
3.
DELETE A SALES LEAD
To delete any Sales Lead¸ just click on Delete, showing in blue, for your selected lead .
A confirmation pop-up will appear and you can approve the deletion of your unwanted Sales Lead.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Customer Manager Guide for How To ManageCustomer Listings.

How To Manage Customer Listings
In Customer Manager

1.
Go To Customer Manager
2.
See List Of Customers
3.
Manage Customer Listings
ENOSite Customer Manager Workflow
 

How To Manage Customer Listings
In Customer Manager

CRM System is the ENOSite widget where you will manage your Customers.
4.
CHOOSE CUSTOMER SYSTEM:
Navigate to the Customer System widget from the ENOSite Menu
 
5.
SEE CUSTOMER LISTING:
In your Customer System you can see your Customer Listing. Listings are here either because you converted them from CRM sales leads or because you added them manually.
 
CLICKABLE SALES LEADS:
Just click on any customer listing in order to view all the information for that customer.
 
DUPLICATE RECORD COUNTER:
Based on matching emails, ENOSite Customer System matches up converted sales leads to existing customer listings. If you see a customer listing with a Multi # greater than zero, then you know there will be extra information available to you that might help with your sale.
 
Please see the next section of the ENOSite Customer Manager Guide for How To Add A Customer Listing.

How To Add A Customer
Listing In Customer Manager

1.
Go To Customer Manager
2.
See List Of Customers
3.
Manage Customer Listings
Add
ENOSite Customer Manager Workflow
 

How To Add A Customer Listing
In Customer Manager

Customer Manager is the ENOSite widget where you will manage your customers.

Customer listings are added to the system via a conversion from a CRM System sales lead or via a manual addition. This How To is focused on adding customer listings manually.
4.
GO TO CUSTOMER MANAGER:
This How To assumes you are already in CRM system.
 
6.
ADD CUSTOMER LISTING:
To add a new manual Customer Listing, just click on the Add New Customer button
. You’ll be taken to the Add Customer form. And when you’re finished just click Save.
 
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Adding a Customer Listing Or Editing a Customer Listing Is The Same Thing

We like to make things as easy as possible for you. You’ll use exactly the same form for a new as wel as existing Customer. Adding a Customer Listing and editing a Customer Listing are basically the same thing.