This means events, stories, images, galleries, forms, and more. In LiveWhale this content is managed via the “back end,” starting with the Dashboard.
Here’s a tour of the Dashboard, your starting point for all things dynamic:
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Main Conten“Dynamic content” is another word for all the stuff on your webpages besides the informational content of the page.
Analytics shows you the pages and stories on your site that are the most popular; Notices is where you’ll see notes left by other LiveWhale users on your pages, as well as alerts about your content (such as when other users suggest stories to your group); and Community lists upcoming events that you might be interested in.
If you are a member of multiple groups, the name of your group will be clickable, allowing you to switch groups and manage other groups’ content.
Go to Siteleads you to your site’s main public-facing page.
Click on your name to log out or change your settings, like your password and email preferences.
Add a shortcut to any page you visit frequently, and it will appear in this list.
If you have questions or need help with LiveWhale, send a message to support.