Page Builder is an easy drag and drop tool that allows you to create beautiful content-rich pages throughout your intranet. Page Builder pages are responsive, meaning they are friendly to desktops, tablets, and mobile phones. Page Builder provides pre-built widgets like the ones in the screenshot below for you to get started quickly. You can easily create a page like the one below.
Page Builder was made with user experience at the forefront of its priorities. The builder transforms elements into visual building blocks, allowing anyone to understand and edit the layout and content of their pages without touching a single line of code. There are no limitations as to how widgets can be customized and arranged, making Page Builder the most flexible tool of its kind available on the market.
Page Builder Video Walkthrough
Page Builder Interface
Page Builder: Master Pages
Create Page Builder Page
Choosing Page Builder Templates
Edit Page Builder Page
Clone Page Builder Page
Delete Page Builder Page
Export Page Builder Page
Import Page Builder Page
Top Level: Page Builder Permissions
Page Builder: Header
Page Builder Widgets
Page Builder Templates
Page Builder Extras
This video assumes you have knowledge of basic HTML and CSS.
You can create Page Builder pages for the mobile app to provide important information and resources for on-the-go users. Create a mobile app version for any Page Builder page, and fill it with important links, the latest content, key people, and essential spaces. See Create a Page Builder Page for the Mobile App.
When you've created a mobile version of the homepage, the homepage is the first page you see when you open the app. You can return to the homepage at any time by swiping right (or tapping the hamburger menu icon), then tapping Home.
When you've created a mobile version of a space homepage, the space homepage is the first thing you see when you visit the space in the mobile app.
To help people access mobile pages that aren't the homepage or a space homepage, you can link to the mobile page from the homepage or a space homepage. Use a Button Widget or Navigation Widget to link to mobile pages.
This "Product Development Blogs" page isn't the homepage or a space homepage and has a mobile version.
In the mobile version of the homepage, we configured a Navigation widget to link to the Product Development Blogs page.
In the mobile app, the Product Development Blogs page can be viewed by visiting the homepage then tapping the link in the Navigation widget.
How to Upload Media Assets
Upload media assets and use them throughout your intranet on content, Page Builder pages, CMS pages, and more.
Communifire makes it easy for you to customize your intranet to match your company's brand and culture. With Page Builder, CSS Overrides, and the navigation header builder, the possibilities are endless. This page provides guides and resources for making common design changes.
The homepage is the first thing people see when they visit your intranet or space. Find inspiration for your own homepage and space homepages with these sample homepages.
How to Create a Side Modal
Add a button to the header or on a Page Builder page that opens content in a side modal.
How to Add an Image to a Page Builder Page
Add an image to a Page Builder page using Dynamic Properties and a Dynamic Property Widget. The image can be used on multiple Page Builder pages. When you want to update the image, you only need to update the dynamic property in the Control Panel, and the image will be updated everywhere it appears.
Is the HTML code used in the "Work Apps" and "Launchpad" boxes in the above example available anywhere? Looking for code for a button module and haven't been able to find it in the documentation.
Update: Found the code for "Launchpad Small", but still looking for the "Work Apps" module.
Work Apps Widget has been added to Page Builder Extras .
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