🤓 What is a project?

A project is an accumulation of different interdependent sites- basically a file of documents that all belong to the same domain.

For example: If you have company you can start a project for it. In this project you can create multiple sites that are all part of the same domain and can therefore be found through either a visit on said domain or a direct link to its subsites.

Depending on the licence you hold you may create multiple subsites that you can link to each other. Even though Onepage is a landing page builder you can still create a website within a project, a homepage with subpages.

⏩ How do you create a project in Onepage?

It’s simple, really! Follow these steps:


Log into to Onepage app.onepage.io


Click on “Create site”

Now you have two ways:

First: Create your landing page without a template

STEP 1: Click on “Start from a blank page” if you want to create a landing page without using a template.

STEP 2: Type down the project link and its name. You can change these afterwards in the settings. Have a look at this article to find out how.

HINT! Don’t use capital letters or special characters.

STEP 3: Click on “New section” and add new sections as you please.

STEP 4: Begin editing your content.

Second: Create your landing page using a template.

STEP 1: Click on “All” and choose the template that best suits your business.

STEP 2: Type in the project link and name.

STEP 3: Choose the colour scheme for your project.

STEP 4: Choose the font for your project.

STEP 5: Click on “Start building”.

STEP 6: Edit texts and images!

Since you already have a template, you can already start building your landing page!

You can add new or delete old sections. To change up the order in which you initially placed them please read this article.

TIP: You can change the design, the colours, and fonts, at any time even after finishing the project! Click on “Design” at the left-hand side and change what bugs you.

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