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Steps to manage your In-App content

In-App content plays a vital role in determining the completeness of your app, appmaker presents you a range of opportunities to bring out the best design required for building an app.  Variety of widgets are provided for this. There are a number of In-app page design you could create with widgets. You could add, remove and even edit widgets as per your need.  Above all, the updates are reflected immediately in your app. Managing your In-App content Managing your In-app starts with choosing the widgets. The types of widgets provided include. Banner Slider Product Scroller Grid Menu Image scroller Text…

The Home Page of your App

The homepage besides known as the landing page adds up a lot to the first impression your app. Even the famous E-commerce retailers in the market fail to nail their apps home page.  Homepage generally acts as the front door of your business and this is what every user see while entering your app and it plays a major role in driving traffic to your application. Making the home page simple, reliable and attractive at the same time is basic. The formula for building the homepage is unwritten, and the door for creativity is always welcoming.  Keeping all these in…

How to create and delete an In-App page in your E-Commerce App?

A web page has a lot of possibilities compared to an In-App page while we talk about designing.  The limited screen size of apps adversely affects the designing of In-App page.  Appmaker has considered all the possibilities that are required to enhance your Woocommerce app and the best designing tools are provided which requires no technical skills.  The page followed by the splash screen in your app is an In-App page. You could create, delete and manage your In-App pages according to your needs.   Consider you are creating an app for your E-Commerce store, you either want to Display…

How can you setup menu for your E-commerce App?

When a customer visits your E-store, he relays on menu for products, categories or more. The menu is a great example for internal advertising, which every store visitor look into. You exhibit your product and services under this title.  Menu makes it easier to discover what your customers search for and seeing a store in an well organised fashion makes your customers dig for more products from your app. Appmaker lets you create and design menu for your App. Creating a menu Login to manage appmaker.xyz and click on the ‘manage’ button and here you can manage your app. Inside ‘app content’…

Improve In-app page performance by adjusting image size, without losing quality

The probability for an E-commerce store to contain images are very high. Rather than using a 100 words to explain the product, a single appropriate image could catch the customers eye.  This article mainly concentrates on how to improve the performance of your app by adjusting the size of the images of your app.  App Icon:- To set an app icon for your app, log into your ‘manage.appmaker.xyz’ and click the ‘Manage’ button. Select ‘Update App’ option from the sidebar and a new screen will appear. Here you can add or change the app icon.  The apt size for your app icon is 152 x 152 pixels. The…

In-App Pages

InAppPages helps you create native pages in your app without writing a single line of code. You can make use of the drag and drop interface to design pages by adding images, texts, products etc. Here are some examples of In-app pages:   Here’s  how you create an InApp Page- Widget Banner on your own in 8 steps Let’s begin,  1).  Click InApp Pages option on the menu to design the home page for your app. 2).Click on Add new Widget . 3) All types of widgets that you can use are displayed. Choose the widget of your choice.    Here we…

Banner

 Click App Content–>In-app pages–>Add new widget–> Banner Here you can add banners which can be used to show the special  offers , new items released etc.  And you have to mention the actions of the banner. Then by clicking the banner in your app , the control will direct into the action mentioned. Click upload image then insert an image and mention the action to be performed.Eg. Mobile view: 1.1.2 SliderHere you can add multiple banners as sliders. And you have to mention the actions of each image on the slider. Then by clicking the images of the slider in your…

Slider

Click App Content–>In-app pages–>Add new widget–> Slider Here you can add  multiple item as sliders. And you have to mention the actions of each image on the slider. Then by clicking the images of the slider in your app , the control will direct into the action mentioned.  mobile view:

Grid

 Click App Content–>In-app pages–>Add new widget–> Grid Here you can add  multiple item as Grid. And you have to mention the actions of each image on the grid. Then by clicking the images of the grid in your app , the control will direct into the action mentioned. mobile view:

Product Scroller

Click App Content–>In-app pages–>Add new widget–> Product Scroller Here you can display and scroll  any number of particular items. So that the user will get the complete details of selected  item from the product scroller.

Pre-Build Content Scroller

Click App Content–>In-app pages–>Add new widget–> Pre-Build Product Scroller Here you have some pre-build products like Sale products,featured products,Best selling products etc.  and you can select any particular group of products which you have to display . mobile view:

TEXT Widget

Here you can type any form of text that you wish to display in your app. mobile view

In-App Pages/Home Pages, What are they?

What is In-App page? The InApp page generally acts as the front door of your business and this is what every user sees while entering your app (Home Screen). We can create more than one In-App page and set one as Home page and map the other pages as your wish. ** Product page, Cart Page, Check out Page are not In-App pages/home pages. The example is shown below: View of Home Page in the App View of Home Page in Dashboard Why In-App Page? In-App pages help you create native pages in your app without writing a single line…