With Limio, marketers can change the visuals of their campaign splash page through the Page Builder.
The Page Builder works with 'components' which are pre-built sections which provide a set of functionality, like a hero banner, an offer display, or a Youtube video. To see a list of available Limio components, check our user guide - What are the Limio Components available on the Page Builder.
Adding a new component
Just search for a component and drag & drop the component onto the page. You can drag components up and down to re-arrange them within the page.
Editing a Component
To edit a component, click on the pencil icon and then on the right hand side you will be able to change the visuals, wording, URL links as well as the style and fonts of the component.
Deleting a Component
To delete a component, simply select the component and click on the "x" option at the top right.
Copy a component from one campaign/page to another one
Should you wish to copy a components from one campaign to another, just click on the component then on the files icon. You will then be able to provide where you want the component to be copied.
Once you select the Copy option, you will need to provide the destination where you want the copy components to be added to.
Then go to the campaign where you copied the component to and you will be able to make changes to it there.
Style and Fonts
To change the style and fonts of the different components within the page builder - check our detailed guide here.
If you already had an existing campaign with a landing page that you wanted to use for your current campaign, the Page Reference button at the top of the Page Builder allows you to reference that existing page.
Step 1 - Select Page Reference > Add page reference
Note: Adding a page reference will erase existing page style and content of the Page Builder, but will keep the Campaign Offers, Attributes, Attachments and Journeys.
Step 2 - Choose how you want to create the page - Reference an Existing Page > Next Step
Step 3 - Select the campaign page you want to reference.
Step 4 - Preview how it will look > Save
And there you have it - you have successfully referenced another campaign's page.
Note that a referenced campaign will need to be rebuilt, then published individually. In other words, if you have rebuilt and published the original 'parent' (reference) campaign, you will still need to rebuild and publish all the 'children' (referencing) campaigns.
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