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We have prepared a series of documentation online to make managing your website easily. If you are using Lemonade Website Maintenance Service, we will update your website frequently, so please refer back to our documentation whenever you need any help.

Please feel free to contact Lemonade Maintenance Support team at 3158 3831 (press 2) for any support or you may send an email to [email protected].

Lemonade uses WordPress and DIVi Page Builder for most of our client websites.
If you prefer, you can always refer back to the respective documentation site for more Information.

Password and the User ID of your website

The password and USER ID of your website will be sent to you via a completion email. Please contact us if you do not receive the information.

How to do I log in to my website admin panel?

The link to your admin panel will be sent to you via a completion email. Please contact us if you do not receive the information.

Additional support and service

For any website maintenance support query, please contact us at 3158 3831 (press 2) for any support or you may send an email to [email protected].
For additional features to your website, please contact us at  3158 3831 (press 1) or contact your project manager directly.

READ ALSO  Edit a post in WordPress

For basic Operation of your website

please refer to the following links for the general topics.

  1. Edit a page using Divi Page builder
  2. Edit a post in WordPress
  3. Add/ edit a product in Woocommerce

Edit a page using Divi Page Builder

Your website is built with DIVI Page Builder.

At Lemonade, we build your website using Divi builder. Divi Page Builder is a visual builder that will let you update your website from the frontend of your website.
If you wish to add a new page, you can view the video tutorial provided.

To edit a page with divi

A page will consist of information that you do not usually change. This includes – Home page, About us page, Services page and Contact Page.

You can edit the page with the following steps:

Login to your WordPress Backend

Access your WordPress backend by using the link that we have sent you via email. You will see the following page:

Wordpress Login Screen

Login to your account with the user name and password.

If you do not receive, please contact us by email at [email protected] 

Select the page you want to edit

Click on Pages > All pages and click on the page you wish to edit.

Wordpress backend To access page edit

And select “edit with Divi Builder” 

Screenshot to use DIVI to edit the webpage

In the page, you can see that there are some colours to represent the Full-width Section (purple), sections (blue), rows (green)  and modules (Grey).

Screenshot of a DIVI Visual builder front end

You can refer to Divi Rows & Row Options from Divi Documentation for more information

To save your work after you have edited your page. 

You can save your work after you are done. To do so, click on the purple dots at the bottom of the page and click “Save”.

Divi Save button

 

Related Vidoes

Pages

Edit a post in WordPress

To edit a Post with WordPress

A post will consist of articles, for example, your blog and news section.

If you wish to add a new post, you can view the video tutorial provided.

You can edit the post with the following steps:

Login to your WordPress Backend

Access your WordPress backend by using the link that we have sent you via email. You will see the following page:

Wordpress Login Screen

Login to your account with the user name and password.

If you do not receive, please contact us by email at [email protected] 

Select the page you want to edit

Click on post > All posts and click on the page you wish to edit.

Screenshot of WordPress post backend

To save your work after you have edited your post. 

You can save your work after you are done. To do so, click on the update button on the top right hand of your page.

Related Vidoes

Posts

Edit Forms

You can edit the forms with the following steps:

Login to your WordPress Backend

Access your WordPress backend by using the link that we have sent you via email. You will see the following page:

Wordpress Login Screen

Login to your account with the user name and password.

If you do not receive, please contact us by email at [email protected] 

Proceed by adding new fields and/or editing existing ones.

Adds a name field to your form.

Name Labels

In the Labels tab, you have two options, single and multiple. Single will create one field for a name, while multiple will split the name into prefix, first name, last name and suffix.

Select single to change the field Label, enter Placeholder text or add a custom Description for one field.

Select Multiple to open additional options so you can add Prefix, First Name, Middle Name or Last Name to your Name field.

Open a field to change the Field Label, put Placeholder text or add a custom Description for the name fields you’ve activated.

EMAIL

Adds an email field to your form.

Email Labels

In the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label, put Placeholder text or add a custom Description.

Email Settings

Validate Field: Each time a user enters an email address, this field will check if it has a valid format. Enabling this will let you enter your “Enter validation message” if the email is invalid.

PHONE

Adds a phone field to your form.

Phone Labels

In the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label, put Placeholder text or add a custom Description.

Phone Settings

Validate Field: Each time a user enters a phone number, this field will check if it has a valid format. You can choose a National, International format or you can limit the number of characters. Enabling this will let you enter your “Enter validation message” if the phone number is invalid.

ADDRESS

Adds an address field to your form.

Address Labels

In the Labels tab, you can activate the different address subfields that you want to use.

To change the Field Label, put Placeholder text or add a custom Description, open the subfield.

WEBSITE

Adds a website field to your form.

Website Labels

In the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label, put Placeholder text, add a Default Value or add a custom Description.

Website Settings

Validate Field: Each time a user enters a website, this field will check if it has a valid format. Enabling this will let you enter your “Enter validation message” if the website format is invalid.

SINGLE LINE TEXT INPUT

Adds a single line text input field to your form.

Input Labels

In the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label, put Placeholder text, add a Default Value or add a custom Description.

Input Settings

Max characters: You can limit the number of characters allowed in this field.

TEXT AREA

Adds a text area field to your form.

Text Area Labels

In the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label, put Placeholder text, add a Default Value or add a custom Description.

Text Area Settings

Max characters: You can limit the number of characters allowed in this field.

NUMBER

Adds a number field to your form.

Number Labels

In the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label, put Placeholder text, add a Default Value or add a custom Description.

Number Settings

Max characters: You can limit the range of numbers allowed in this field.

RADIO BUTTONS

Adds a radio button field to your form.

Radio Labels

In the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label and add a custom Description.

You also need to input the available radio button options (that your users will see in the form) and their values (this is what you will see in the form submission).

Click on the Add Option area to add radio button options. Select the red trash icon next to options you would like to delete.

CHECKBOX

Adds a checkbox field to your form.

Checkbox Labels

In the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label and add a custom Description.

You also need to input the available checkbox options (that your users will see in the form) and their values (this is what you will see in the form submission).

Click on the Add Option area to add checkbox options. Select the red trash icon next to options you would like to delete.

SELECT

Adds a dropdown select field to your form. You can choose from a single select dropdown or a dropdown that allows multiple selections.

Select Labels

In the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label and add a custom Description.

You also need to input the available dropdown options (that your users will see in the form) and their values (this is what you will see in the form submission).

Click on the Add Option area to add dropdown options. Select the red trash icon next to options you would like to delete.

DATEPICKER

Adds a datepicker field to your form.

Datepicker Labels

In the Labels tab, you can choose between three different calendar formats.

You can choose from the following:

  • Calendar with selectable dates
  • Dropdowns for day, month and year
  • Text input for day, month and year

Also in the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label, put Placeholder text, add a Default Value or add a custom Description.

For date fields, you can choose to show or hide a calendar icon.

If you choose dropdowns or text inputs, you will be able to choose the date format. You can choose from the following:

  • Y-m-d
  • m/d/Y
  • d/m/Y
Datepicker Settings

Default Date: For default date, you can auto populate today’s date or set a custom date.

Restrict Year Range: Here you can restrict year range by setting a minimum and a maximum.

Restrict date choices: Allows you restrict certain days of the week from being selected (via Days of the week tab) or you can restrict specific dates (via Custom dates tab).

TIMEPICKER

Adds a timepicker field to your form.

Timepicker Labels

In the Labels tab, you can choose between two different time formats.

You can choose from the following:

  • Dropdowns
  • Number Inputs

You can also specify if you’d like to use 12 hour or 24 hour time.

Also in the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label and add a custom Description.

To customize the Label and Placeholder for hours and minutes, open the subfield.

Timepicker Settings

Increments: The timepicker hour and minute fields have up/down arrows you can use to set the time. The increments setting allows you define by how many hours or minutes the time will increase or decrease when using the timepicker arrows.

E.g. Suppose the increment for hours is 2 hour and the increment for minutes is 15 minutes. If a user uses the increase arrow for hours, the time will go from 1 to 3 to 5, etc. When they set the minutes using the increase arrow, it will start at 15 then go to 30, then stop at 45.

Default Time: You can set a default time to populate the field if it is left blank.

FILE UPLOAD

Adds a file upload field to your form.

File Upload Labels

In the Labels tab, you can change the Field Label and add a custom Description.

File Upload Settings

Allowed file types: To limit the accepted file types, select the custom option and you will have access to a list of image, document, audio, video, spreadsheets, archives, text and interactive file types.

Filesize Limit: You can also limit the size of the files you will accept.

Adds a file upload field to the form so you can receive files from your visitors. This field will respect the default limit set on your site. If you want to modify it, follow this quick guide: Increase file upload size.

POST DATA

Do you want to allow your visitors to Publish posts from the Front-end of your site? Well, we got something for you here. Just add this field to the form and enable your desired features.

Post Data adds post fields to your form so you can create posts or custom post types.

Post Data Labels

In the Labels tab, you can activate the following Post Data subfields:

  • Title
  • Content
  • Excerpt
  • Featured Image
  • Category
  • Tags

For the Title, Content and Excerpt, you can change the Field Label, put Placeholder text, and add a custom Description.

Post title: Allows your visitors to enter a title of their post

Post content: Allows your visitors to enter the content of their post

Post excerpt: Adds excerpt to the post

For Featured Image, Categories and Tags, you can set the Label and the Description.

Featured Image: Allows submission of a featured image. If you are using Smush and your enabled “Automatic smush” images submitted through here will be smushed before being added to your Media Library.

Post Data Settings

Post Type: You can choose whether to create a post or page.

Default Status: You can set to automatically publish a post or a page, or save the form entry as a draft or pending review.

Default Author: Choose a default author for all submits (default Author must be a registered user on your site and his user role must be Author or higher). If you don’t force this and a logged in user makes a post, he will be set as the Author of the post.

Category & Tag: Allows visitors to choose a Category or a Tag for their post (must be already present – they can’t add new ones by themselves).

Taxonomies Limits: Controls how taxonomy fields are displayed. If you choose single for categories or tags, then they will show in a drop down so only one can be selected. If you choose multiple for categories or tags, then the user will be able to select multiple tags and categories from a list of your current tags and categories.

reCAPTCHA

Do you want to use Google’s reCAPTCHA on your forms?

Please refer to SETTINGS in order to set this up. Once done a new CAPTCHA field will be available under Forms fields which you can then add to all new or already created forms on your site.

reCAPTCHA will protect your website from spam and abuse while letting real people pass through with ease and will look something like this on you Forms:

There are several different options for reCAPTCHAS to choose from besides the full size one above. You can choose one with dark background, or a compact reCAPTCHA in a light in dark version.

reCAPTCHA Settings

Display: You can choose the type of reCAPTCHA that you want to display in the reCAPTCHA field settings.

If you chose to go with the Invisible reCAPTCHA you will get a service designed to protect sites and apps from spam and abuse without any need for users to click on “I’m not a robot”. Invisible reCAPTCHA will use advanced risk analysis technology to separate humans from bots and will look something like this:

Invisible-recaptcha

Language: When you first configure the reCAPTCHA under settings, you will specify the language you would like to use. If you would like to modify it per form, use this setting.

HTML

Adds a HTML field so you can insert HTML into your form.

Adds an HTML field to your form. This only displays formatted HTML within the form. It is not for input.

Add form data button will let you embed one of the forms data into this field if needed.

PAGINATION

Adds pagination to your form so you can add steps or break up long forms into sections.

Example of a paginated form on the Frontend:

Pagination Labels

In the Labels tab, steps you label here will show up in the Navigation steps (see Form Settings/Pagination for more details).

HIDDEN FIELD

Adds a hidden field to your form, not visible on the front end, so you can record something specific on form entry.

Hidden Field Labels

There are lots of options like IP Address, Date, Post/Page data embeds or you can even record your users’ info (depending on your needs). Just click on the Default value field and choose your desired one.

You can also label this field in the Field label.

SECTION

Adds an unfillable section to your form, so you can create sections and highlight them.

Section Labels

Section title: Adds a title to your section

Section subtitle: Adds a subtitle to your section

Section Settings

Border: Adds a borderline underneath your section. You can also specify the width and color of the border if you choose Solid and Dashed.

GDPR APPROVAL

Adds a GDPR checkbox to your form in case you need to be GDPR compliant. Don’t forget to link to your Privacy Policy, Terms and Services or any other required page 🙂

CUSTOMIZING THE SUBMIT BUTTON

Below the form fields and the insert fields section, you can customize the behavior and label of the submit button for your form.

Submit Button Labels

Button text: button message allows you to change the text of your submit button.

Error message: custom message when the form is not properly filled? Just enable the feature and enter your custom text here.

Just like with fields, you can use Visibility to set conditional logic rules that will show or hide your submit button based on certain conditions.

View Submission of Your Form

You can edit the forms with the following steps:

Login to your WordPress Backend

Access your WordPress backend by using the link that we have sent you via email. You will see the following page:

Wordpress Login Screen

Login to your account with the user name and password.

If you do not receive, please contact us by email at [email protected] 

Proceed by adding new fields and/or editing existing ones.

Just choose a module type and then a specific Form/Poll/Quiz you are interested in viewing submissions for.

Let’s see what you can do with your submissions 🙂

DISPLAY FIELDS

Here you can filter out the fields you don’t want to see the submissions for. Just select the filter icon to open the additional filters. For display fields, select specified fields and then check the fields you want to see and push apply:

You can also set additional filters, such as submission date range or keywords. Additionally, you can sort the submissions in different ways.

EXPORT SUBMISSIONS

To download all the entries of a specific Form/Poll/Quiz just press on the Export button.

From there, a popup will open where you can either choose to immediately download a CSV file with all the submitted entries or schedule an email.

In case you want to schedule your exports and to receive the CSV file in an email, click on the Enable button, choose a frequency, time of the day and enter the email you wish to receive the file to:

You can also click on the only send email if there are new submission(s) checkbox to do just that.

SUBMISSION ENTRIES

Every Form/Poll/Quiz submission will appear here.

You can Bulk delete them if needed or you can expand a certain entry to view all the fields data for that specific entry:

API

Connect Forminator to your custom built apps using our full featured API.

Add/ edit a product in Woocommerce

To edit a forms with Forminator Pro

Your products is found in Woocommerce.

You can edit the post with the following steps:

Login to your WordPress Backend

Access your WordPress backend by using the link that we have sent you via email. You will see the following page:

Wordpress Login Screen

Login to your account with the user name and password.

If you do not receive, please contact us by email at [email protected] 

Select the products you want to edit

Click on Forminator Pro > Dashboard and click on the form you wish to edit.

Screenshot of Products Update

To save your work after you have edited your products. 

You can save your work after you are done. To do so, click on the update button on the top right hand of your page.

For more information

For more information for woocommerce proucts, you can refer to the Woocommerce Documentation on products.

For any website maintenance support query, please contact us at 3158 3831 (press 2) for any support or you may send an email to [email protected].
For additional features to your website, please contact us at  3158 3831 (press 1) or contact your project manager directly.

 

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