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1 Overview Welcome to your livebooks editsuite. Following is a quick overview of how to use the main portions of the editsuite to get your website up and running. Here is an overview of the livebooks web creation process: NOTE: Help Buttons are located throughout the software with links to online help. General Setup This guide will walk you through some general setup items, how to upload images into your website as well as how to use the functionality and styling modules. The sections that are outlined are as follows: Quick start :: Account Info and Passwords :: Name Portfolios and Libraries :: Upload Images :: Your Lightbox :: Pages Functionality :: Management :: FTP :: Upload Multimedia :: Client Access :: iphone site :: SEO :: Google Analytics :: Shopping Cart Styling :: Social Media :: Transition Picker :: Loading Page Graphic :: Music :: Background Color livebooks Page 1

2 Account Info and Passwords The Account Info/Passwords page is used to maintain account information and manage users and passwords. This module is found in the "RESOURCES" tab in your editsuite. ACCOUNT INFORMATION ::Step 1. Enter information for your account in the fields in the left panel. ::Step 2. Fill in the data that you want displayed on your PDF and Print Comp Cards if you have these options active on your site. ::Step 3. Click Save when you are done. UPDATING ADMINISTRATOR INFORMATION: ::Step 1. Select the administrator in the User List. ::Step 2. Add your address and update your username and/or create a new password. ::Step 3. Click OK and the window will close. ::Step 4. Click Save. livebooks Page 2

3 ADDING A USER: ::Step 1. Click Add User. ::Step 2. An Add User window will appear. Type the new user name, password (confirm password by entering twice) and address and click Add User. The window will close. ::Step 3. Click Save. EDITING A USER DETAILS: ::Step 1. Select the user s name in the User List and the user detail section will appear. ::Step 2. Make the desired changes to the user: change the user name, password or make the user an administrator, then click OK. ::Step 3. Click Save. DELETING A USER: ::Step 1. Select the users name in the User List and the user detail section will appear. ::Step 2. Click on Delete User. A warning will appear to ensure that you want to delete the user. ::Step 3. Click Yes. The user is deleted and will no longer appear on the User List. ::Step 4. Click Save. livebooks Page 3

4 Name Portfolios and Libraries You can use this module to update to manage your Portfolios and Libraries. This module is found in the "EDIT CONTENT" tab in your editsuite. ADDING A PORTFOLIO OR LIBRARY: ::Step 1. Mouse over the Portfolio Bar/Library Bar. An Add Portfolio/Add Library button will appear. ::Step 2. Select the Add Portfolio/Add Library button. The Add Portfolio/Add Library window will appear. ::Step 3. Type the name of the new portfolio/library in the dialog box. Click Add. The new portfolio/library will appear in the list. ::Step 4. Click Save. RENAMING A PORTFOLIO OR LIBRARY: ::Step 1. Select the portfolio/library that you want to rename. ::Step 2. Click the Rename button. The Rename dialog box will appear. ::Step 3. Type in the new name and click Rename. ::Step 4. Click Save. livebooks Page 4

5 DELETING A PORTFOLIO OR LIBRARY: ::Step 1. Select the portfolio/library that you want to delete. ::Step 2. Click the Rename button. The Rename dialog box will appear. ::Step 3. Click Yes to delete the portfolio/library. ::Step 4. Click Save REORDERING PORTFOLIOS OR LIBRARIES: ::Step 1. Select the portfolio/library that you want to reorder. ::Step 2. Click the up arrow to move the portfolio/library up, the down arrow to move the portfolio/library down. ::Step 3. Click Save when you are done reordering. livebooks Page 5

6 Upload Images The Upload Images page is used to upload your images to your livebooks website. This module is found in the "EDIT CONTENT" tab in your editsuite. To correctly upload images to your site just follow the steps below: ::Step 1. Begin by preparing the images according to the Image Prep Instructions. It's best to resize your images per the instructions we provide, but you can optionally allow the editsuite to resize your images upon upload, as detailed below in step 2a. ::Step 2a. If you want the editsuite to resize your files for you upon upload, check the Resize Images On Upload checkbox. By selecting this feature your image will be scaled to a smaller size (if it is too large) during upload. This feature is meant to be used as a last resort and treats all images with the same level of compression, which does not yield the best results in all cases. We always recommend that for best results you resize images prior to upload, giving you the opportunity to assess image quality prior to having it up on your site. ::Step 2b. If you want supported metadata that is embedded in your images to be imported upon upload, check the Import Embedded Metadata checkbox. Data stored in the IPTC Headline, Caption and Keywords fields will be added automatically as Image Info when you drag your images into libraries. The Image Info can help search indexing of your site and images. ::Step 3. Click the Upload Files button. The Select Files dialog will pop up. ::Step 4. Find the folder that contains the images that you want to upload and then choose the image(s). You can select an individual file by clicking on the file name, or select multiple files by using Shift and clicking for sequential groups of files or Apple (or CTRL on PC) and clicking for non-sequential files. Once you have selected all of the images that you want to upload choose Select. livebooks Page 6

7 ::Step 5. The images will be uploaded into the acquire area in your Upload Image page. You will see thumbnails of the images appear in the top area as shown. You can preview an image by checking the Preview box and then selecting the image that you want to preview. The larger image will appear in the preview area on the bottom of the page. NOTE: Images will remain in the acquire area until they are moved into a library for permanent storage, or until you select the file and choose Delete Selected Files. You can choose the Select All button to select all images, or the Deselect All button to deselect all images and start again. ::Step 6. You can select images individually by clicking on the images that you want to move, or select all by clicking the All button. ::Step 7. Once you have selected the images you want to move to a library you drag and drop them to the library listed on the right side of the screen. The thumbnails will move from the holding area to the library. ::Step 8. You can move images to a different library by selecting the images that you want to move and dragging and dropping them to that library. You can place images in multiple libraries in a single upload process as needed. ::Step 9. Once you are happy with the placement of the images in the libraries click Save. The images are now saved to the libraries. livebooks Page 7

8 NAVIGATING THE LIBRARIES: Click on the selected library to Open the library and see thumbnails of images that you are in the process of moving into the library. Click on an open library bar to Close the library. You can select images to move to different libraries. Use the Select All button to select all images and the Deselect All button to deselect all images. Select Delete to delete an image and move it back to the acquire area. Check the View All Files checkbox to see the images already saved to the library in addition to the files you are in the process of saving. ADDING IMAGE INFORMATION: ::Step 1. To add image information, select an image in the library that you want to work with and select the Image Title/Comments/Keywords tab. ::Step 2. The image information section will appear. ::Step 3. Enter the image title in the title area. ::Step 4. Enter the image comments/descriptions in the comments/description area. ::Step 5. Enter the Keywords in the keywords area. ::Step 6. If you want a key line around the image, select the Border checkbox and specify the width and color of the border. Save when you are done. livebooks Page 8

9 Your Lightbox You can use the Lightbox to move images from libraries to your portfolios that will be visible on your website. This module is found in the "EDIT CONTENT" tab in your editsuite. POPULATING PORTFOLIOS: ::Step 1. In order to populate a portfolio, you first have to select it from the drop down menu: After that you need to select the library that has the images you want to use: The images in the library available for importing into the portfolio will appear on the bottom of the screen: A P above the image indicates that this image is already included in a portfolio on the site. An I above the image indicates that the image contains information and/or an image title. A $ indicates that the image has been placed for sale through the shopping cart module. ::Step 2. Choose the image(s) that you want to import from the library and drag and drop it (them) to the portfolio in the sequence where you want the images to appear. ::Step 3. You can move (an) image(s) within the portfolio by dragging and d r o p p i n g t h e image(s) to the new location. livebooks Page 9

10 ::Step 4. If you want to swap two images by retain the order of the rest of the portfolio you can select the Swap button and then click on the two images that you want to swap. The images will change places. ::Step 5. Smaller vertical images can be aligned to the left, the right or the center. To align a single smaller image in the portfolio click on the image and then right click to get the menu. Select the alignment that you want for the image, or simply click on the image and drag to the right, center or left side of the frame. ::Step 6. Smaller Vertical images can also be grouped together for viewing. ::Step 7. Once you are satisfied with the portfolio click Save. PORTFOLIO OPTIONS: ::Step 1. To hide a portfolio from the front of your site, click the Options button. Check the Hide This Portfolio on the Site check box and click Save. Now this portfolio will not be available to be viewed on your site. ::Step 2. To have a portfolio automatically start into a slideshow when viewed on the site, click the Options button. Check the Start Slideshow Automatically check box and click Save. When a viewer visits this portfolio the slideshow will begin automatically. ::Step 3. To reset a portfolio to the last saved state, click on the Reset button. PREVIEWING AN IMAGE: ::Step 1. To preview an image, select the image that you want to preview. ::Step 2. Then check the Image Preview checkbox. The image will appear: ::Step 3. Click Close Window when you are done with image preview. livebooks Page 10

11 DELETING AN IMAGE: ::Step 1. To delete an image from a portfolio, select the image in the portfolio and the click the Delete button. The image will be deleted from the portfolio, but remains in the library. ::Step 2. To delete an image from a library, select the image in the library and click on Delete. A warning will pop up. ::Step 3. Click on Yes to Continue with the delete. The image is now removed from your site. CREATING A PDF: NOTE: In order to create a PDF you must have this option activated on your site. If you do not and you wish to activate it contact livebooks Support for assistance. ::Step 1. Prior to creating a PDF you must have saved all changes made within the Lightbox. ::Step 2. Click on the PDF button. The PDF Generation window will pop up. ::Step 3. Choose the source of the PDF, Portfolios or Libraries. Click Generate to continue. ::Step 4. The PDF Dialog will open. Choose to open the PDF or Save it to Disk. Then click OK. The PDF will be generated and opened or saved to your computer, depending on the action that you choose. livebooks Page 11

12 Pages You can use this module to update the content of your website's informational pages and key images. This module is found in the "EDIT CONTENT" tab in your editsuite. UPDATE PAGE CONTENT: To update a page, you can choose from one or more page types that are available and use the tools provided to modify the content. LiveBooks information pages come with 4 page types to choose from: A Designed page is a page that livebooks either created for you or uploaded on your behalf. These pages are NOT editable via the editsuite. If you want to have a designed page updated or converted to an editable page, then please contact livebooks support (a fee may apply). A Designed page editable is a page that livebooks has created for you and programmed to be compatible with the editsuite so that it can be edited via the editsuite. An Uploaded page is a page or image that you upload through the editsuite using this module. An External Link turns the page's navigation menu item into a link to an outside website. NOTE: Depending on the page and the details of your site, you may not have all of these options available. USING THE DESIGNED PAGE OPTION: This option refers generally to pages that livebooks designed for you. It will only appear in the drop-down menu for those pages that livebooks added to your site for you. ::Step 1. Select the page you want to edit in the Select Page drop-down menu. ::Step 2. Select the Designed page option in the Select Page Type drop-down menu. ::Step 3. Select the Save button at the bottom of the screen to save your selection. USING THE DESIGNED PAGE - EDITABLE OPTION: This option refers specifically to editable pages that livebooks designed or added to your site for you. It allows you to customize the content of defined areas in the page. It will only appear in the drop-down menu for those pages that come with an editable design or those in which as original design was converted to be editable. livebooks Page 12

13 To begin: ::Step 1. Select the page you want to edit in the Select Page dropdown menu. ::Step 2. Select the Designed Page Editable option in the Select Page Type dropdown menu. To edit text on an editable page: ::Step 1. Type the text into the fields on the left side on the screen. ::Step 2. Use the Bold and Italic buttons to format selected text areas as desired. ::Step 3. Click the Save button at the bottom of the screen to save your changes. To create an embedded text link: ::Step 1. Select the desired block of text that you would like to link. ::Step 2. Click the Hyperlink button. The Edit Hyperlink dialog will appear. ::Step 3. Enter a destination URL for your link in the dialog. This can be a website address or an address. Example for Example for website address ::Step 4. Select the proper radio button to specify whether the link should open in the same browser window or a new browser window. Selecting it to open in the same browser window will make your website reload when you'll return to it. ::Step 5. Click the Save button at the bottom of the screen to save your changes. To upload an image: ::Step 1. Verify image size requirements for the page design. (Note: These appear in the instructions in the Upload Image area). ::Step 2. Check the Resize Images on Upload checkbox if the image you want to upload is larger than the specified size. ::Step 3. Click the Upload Files button. The Select Files dialog will appear. ::Step 4. Find the folder that contains the image that you want to upload. Select the image and click the Select button to initiate the upload process. When the upload is complete, the image will appear in the Preview box on the right side of the screen. livebooks Page 13

14 ::Step 5. Click the Save button at the bottom of the screen to save your changes. To clear an image that you have uploaded: ::Step 1. Click the Clear Image button located above the Preview box. The last image you uploaded will be removed. ::Step 2. Click the Save button to save your changes. To reset an image that you have uploaded: ::Step 1. Click the Reset Image button located above the Preview box. The box will revert to the last image you saved. ::Step 2. Click the Save button at the bottom of the screen to save your changes. For Vimeo pages: ::Step 1. Paste the Vimeo Video ID or Album ID into the corresponding field. NOTE: If you have a single Vimeo video page and you put an Album ID into your editable page field, your page will not function correctly. The same thing happens if you have a multiple Vimeo page and in the field you put in a Video ID instead of an Album ID. ::Step 2. (For multiple video pages only) Select the layout you want to use for your multiple Vimeo video page from the page layout drop-down. You can choose from 5 different styles: Thumbnails - Horizontal Scrolling Thumbnails - Vertical Scrolling Grid Display - Vertical Scrolling Grid Display - Horizontal Scrolling Vertical Title List ::Step 3. Click the SAVE button in the lower right corner, then hit VIEW WEBSITE at the top to initiate a sync with your Vimeo account. NOTE: This last step is necessary after you've made any adjustments to your Vimeo video page, in order for the changes to be applied to your website. livebooks Page 14

15 USING THE UPLOADED PAGE OPTION: To upload your own page design, choose the Uploaded Page option. You can design a page yourself, save it as a.jpg or.swf file, and the upload it using this functionality. Note:.swf files need to be exported in Flash 8 and created using Action Script 2 To begin: ::Step 1. Select the page you want to edit in the Select Page drop-down menu. ::Step 2. Select the Uploaded Page option in the Select Page Type drop-down menu. To upload your design: ::Step 1. Verify the size of your image and check the Resize Images on Upload checkbox if you want editsuite to automatically resize your images to fit the page specifications. ::Step 2. Click the Upload Files button. The Select Files dialog will appear. ::Step 3. Find the folder that contains the image(s) that you want to upload. Select the image(s) and click the Select button to initiate the upload process. When the upload is complete, the image(s) will appear in the acquire area. ::Step 4. Drag and drop the selected image to the Preview box to place it on your page. ::Step 5. Click the Save button at the bottom of the screen to save your changes. livebooks Page 15

16 USING THE EXTERNAL LINK OPTION: To set up one of your menu items to work as a link to a webpage or address rather than a page, you can set the page type to be an External Link. To begin: ::Step 1. Select the page you want to edit in the Select Page drop-down menu. ::Step 2. Select the External Link option in the page type drop-down menu. To edit the link: ::Step 1. Enter a destination URL for your page in the text box. Note: This may be a website address or an address. Example for Example for website address ::Step 2. Select the proper radio button to specify whether the link should open in the same browser window or open a new browser window. ::Step 3. Click the Save button at the bottom of the screen to save your changes. RENAMING A PAGE: ::Step 1. Select the page you want to rename in the page drop-down menu. ::Step 2. Click the Rename button. The Rename Page dialog will appear. ::Step 3. Enter a new page name in the Rename Page dialog and click the Rename button. ::Step 4. Click the Save button at the bottom of the screen to save your changes. VIEWING A PAGE: ::Step 1. Select the page you want to view in the page drop-down menu. ::Step 2. Click the View button. UPDATING KEY IMAGES: ::Step 1. Select the key images that you want to update in the Select Page drop-down menu. ::Step 2. Choose the Uploaded Page in the Select Page Type drop-down menu. ::Step 3. Choose either Select the Portfolio or Select the Artist in the applicable drop-down menu depending on the type of Key Image you are updating. livebooks Page 16

17 ::Step 4. In the Edit Content section use the Upload Files button to upload an approximately sized image (the size depends on the function of the key image). ::Step 5. Use the browse window to find the file to upload and choose Select. ::Step 6. Drag the image to the Preview box on the right side of the screen. ::Step 7. Click the Save button at the bottom of the screen to save your changes. ::Step 8. Repeat for any other key images that you want to update. NOTE: We do not recommend use of the resize images on upload option with key images as it is not set to upload images the proper size for key image requirements. livebooks Page 17

18 Management The management module is used to create or delete addresses and alias addresses (sometimes called forwarding addresses). This module is found under the "Resources" tab in your editsuite. You will be able to use this module if your site is live and you are using the livebooks hosted service. (You had us set up for you during the go live process.) Use this module to manage the addresses for your primary domain name and alias addresses for any domain alias you might have. (Domain aliases are additional domains you have pointed to our name servers for the same site.) If you have more than one domain name pointing at the site, you will see a drop down menu where you can select the domain name you want to manage for. The primary domain name will always be the first option on the list. You can only create mailboxes for the primary domain name. For domain aliases you can create aliases. ADDING A NEW ADDRESS: ::Step 1. Select primary domain name. (It will be selected automatically if you don't have any domain aliases). ::Step 2. Click on the Add Address button. ::Step 3. In the address to create field enter the name you want for this address. This name is whatever comes before sign in the address. livebooks Page 18

19 To create a mailbox (an box that you can use to both send & receive from) select the first option: ::Step 1. Create a mailbox for this address. ::Step 2. Enter a password, and confirm the password in the next boxes. (Passwords must be at least 6 characters long) ::Step 3. Click the save button. ::Step 4. The mailbox is created. NOTE: You have an address limit. Once you reach this limit you will not be able to add any more mailboxes, but you will be able additional aliases (forwarding addresses) for your domain names. To purchase additional mailboxes for your domain, please contact the Support Team. ADDING A NEW ALIAS: ::Step 1. Select the domain you want to create an alias address for. ::Step 2. Click on the Add Address button. ::Step 3. In the address to create field enter the name you want for this address. This name is whatever comes before sign in the address. To create an alias select the second option: ::Step 1. Create an alias that will redirect your . ::Step 2. Be sure that you have entered the address in the address to create box. livebooks Page 19

20 ::Step 3. Enter the address you wish all s to be forwarded to. This must be an existing address. Separate multiple addresses with commas. EDITING AN ACCOUNT OR ALIAS: To edit a mailbox or alias address, mouse over the list of existing addresses and click on the "Edit" button. For a mailbox you can update the password. For an alias you can update the destination mailbox(es). livebooks Page 20

21 DELETING AN ACCOUNT: If you want to remove a mailbox or alias you need to mouse over the list of existing addresses and click the "Remove" button NOTE: Removing a mailbox will delete all the s stored in that mailbox. We cannot restore deleted addresses or messages for you if you delete without backing up your . For this reason we always recommend backing-up any s you need before deleting a mailbox. A warning will appear asking you to confirm you want to delete the address. If you backed up your s click "Ok" and the mailbox will be deleted. If you need to back up any s you should select cancel and backup your mailbox contents before deleting. DELETING AN ALIAS: Removing an alias does not require any back up because aliases do not store s, they forward them to other mailboxes. A warning will appear asking you for confirmation. Click "Ok" and the alias will be removed. CHECKING YOUR There are two ways to access your 1. Over the internet - Web Mail (web-based like yahoo, hotmail, etc.) Your Web Mail address is: (replace yourdomainname.com with your own domain name) 2. Using an application. Both POP and IMAP settings are available here. livebooks Page 21

22 FTP You can use this module to post files for pick up, view in a web browser or to post webgalleries created by other software. This module is found in the "EDIT CONTENT" tab in your editsuite. UPLOADING FILES: Begin by selecting what you want to upload from the "choose" drop down menu. The options are: 1. Upload a compressed file or folder for download: you would use this option to send a file larger than your can handle. To allow clients to download this file, it must be compressed as a zip file. 2. Upload any file or folder of files for web viewing: select this option to upload an image or other individual files that you want others to view in a web browser. This option is not suitable for download. You may also use this selection to store images on your server. These images will be referenced by websites other than your livebooks site (ie: a blog). If you would like to upload a folder, it must be compressed. 3. Upload a compressed web gallery for web viewing: this option is for anyone who has created a website export from any application and want to post it for people to see. To make the website visible on the web, the following three criteria must be met: a) All the website files must be in a folder. b) The folder must have an index.htm or index.html file in it. c) The folder Must be compressed (Mac Archived, Win Zipped, Stuffed, etc...) File sizes should not exceed 300mb. NOTE: It is important that folder and files names NOT contain any spaces or nonalphanumeric characters. When naming your file before upload, please do not use an special characters or the underscore in the file name. These can cause errors with certain browsers. Internet Explorer 8 can have issues with the underscore symbol in web addresses. Upon selecting the best upload option, click "upload". A file browser window will appear. Browse the file that you want to upload and then click "upload". The item will be uploaded and appear in the FTP file name list. livebooks Page 22

23 NOTE: The pop up window that shows up while the file is uploading will remain as long as the upload is in progress. It is not recommended to use other editsuite modules while an upload is in progress, or to attempt to upload another file. The maximum file size is 300 MB. Very large files should be loaded one at a time (not in batches). When an item is uploaded, you will see it on the list. The name will appear under File Name on the left of the list, and action buttons will appear on the left. RENAMING OR DELETING FILES: To rename or delete an item in the FTP file name list, click on the item and then click on the "Rename" or "Delete" button. Before permanently deleting a file a warning window will pop up asking for confirmation. ACTION BUTTONS: See It: used to preview an item posted for web viewing before sending the link to the client. Click the See It button. Download: used to download an item posted for pick up, to your desktop. Send: used when sending a file to your client for viewing or download. A pop up window will have the information, to copy and paste into an , to send to your client. livebooks Page 23

24 Upload Multimedia You can use this module to upload multimedia files to your website. You can add multiple menu items, each with movie/html/audio links as pull down menus. This module is found in the "EDIT CONTENT" tab in your editsuite. SUPPORTED FILE TYPES: The Upload Multimedia module accepts the following video, movie, music, and media file types: mov, swf, flv, wmv, avi, mpg, mpeg, mp3, mp4, pdf, html and zip. HTML websites containing multiple files (such as web galleries) should be compressed to a zip file. Note: We cannot guarantee that all supported file types are compatible with every website viewer's browser. Some files may require a browser plugin in order to play, or may not play as expected on all browsers. ADDING MENU ITEMS AND UPLOADING FILES: ::Step 1. To add a multimedia menu item to the front of your website, click the Add new menu category button form the upper right corner of the window. ::Step 2. The menu pop up window will appear. Enter the menu item name and click Add. ::Step 3. To add content to the menu item click the Add file button from the menu item bar. ::Step 4. A pop up will appear asking you to name your file. Type in the name and click Add. ::Step 5. A browse window will then appear. Select the file you want to use and click Open. The new item will appear in the list under the menu item that you selected. livebooks Page 24

25 ::Step 6. To rename an item click on the Rename button. A pop up will appear, type in the new name and click Rename. ::Step 7. To delete an item click on the Delete button. A warning will appear. Click yes to delete the item. ::Step 8. To hide an item from the front of your website check the Hide box from the link bar. ::Step 9. Click on Update Content to change the content of a link. A browse window will appear. Select the new file and click Open. ::Step 10. To see the content of the link click on See content. A new window will open and show the content of the link. ::Step 11. To reorder the links in the menu pull down you can use the up and down arrows from the link bar. ::Step 12. When you are happy with the content click Save. livebooks Page 25

26 Client Access You can use this module to either generate custom portfolios through your editsuite just as you would in the Lightbox, or upload web galleries generated through third party applications (such as Photoshop). This module is found in the "EDIT CONTENT" tab in your editsuite. If the Client Access feature is enabled on your livebooks site, a menu item exists that, once clicked, displays a simple password field. You provide your client with the password that will allow them to access the content. This feature is great for displaying proofs, has professional practicality, and has a definite 'cool factor'. As far as uploading standalone files you will still have to use your FTP module for the upload portion. ADDING A PROJECT: ::Step 1. To add a new project, click on the Add Project button. The Add Project window will appear. ::Step 2. Enter the Project Name and click Add. The Project Home window will appear. ::Step 3. Fill the client name and password in the boxes where indicated. ::Step 4. Add any greeting that you want the client to see when they log into the project ::Step 5. Enter longer messages to the client in the Note to Client section of the screen. Please keep in mind that the Note to Client box on the site does not have a scrollbar so longer notes will not appear in full. ::Step 6. Click on the Add Portfolio/HTML/Link button to select the type of content you wish to show in your project. The Menu Item Type window will appear. livebooks Page 26

27 ::Step 7. Enter the Item Name in the box and then click on the type and click Add. ::Step 8. Follow the instructions for the type selected below: CUSTOM PORTFOLIO: If you choose this option the editsuite will open a new custom portfolio assigned to this project and will send you to the lightbox to add images. Click Close when you are done to return to the Project List. URL LINK: If you choose this option an Edit Link window will appear. Enter the link and click Save. This allows you to enter a link to outside services for print fulfillment or any other purposes. JPG/GIF upload: If you choose this option you will go to a file upload screen. Choose Upload Files to upload the file. The Select Files window will appear. Select the file that you want to upload as part of the project and click Select. The file will appear in the acquire area. Drag and drop the image that you want to be included in the project to the Image Preview section of the screen on the right. Click Save. Zipped HTML Sub-site: If you choose this option a Select File window will open. Select your zipped HTML sub-site and click Select. The HTML sub-site will be added to your project. ::Step 9. You can add multiple items to your project. When you are finished click Save. RENAMING A PROJECT: ::Step 1. Select the project that you want to rename. ::Step 2. Click the Rename button. The Rename dialog box will appear. ::Step 3. Type the new name and click Rename. Click Save. livebooks Page 27

28 DELETING A PROJECT: ::Step 1. Select the project you want to delete. ::Step 2. Click the Delete button. The warning dialog box will appear. ::Step 3. Click Yes to delete the project. Click Save. REORDERING A PROJECT: ::Step 1. Select the project that you want to reorder. ::Step 2. Click the up arrow to move the project up, the down arrow to move the project down. ::Step 3. When you are done click Save. livebooks Page 28

29 iphone Site You can use this module to customize the way your visitors see your website on an iphone. This module is found in the "EDIT CONTENT" tab in your editsuite. You can have your livebooks site respond to iphone and ipad visitors in three different ways: 1. livebooks HTML mirror site (default) 2. Redirect users to another URL 3. livebooks iphone site (recommended) SETTING UP THE IPHONE SITE: ::Step 1. Enter a site title. Try to keep it short. If it s too long, it will get cut-off in the iphone. ::Step 2. Choose a site Theme. We have provided a Custom option as well as two quick & easy theme presets: White & Black. To use a custom theme, choose Custom and then choose your background and font colors as well as your font face and font size. Your font color sets the color of the icons. ::Step 3. (optional) Upload your Home Page Image. The image should be no larger than 320x240 pixels. Make this image in Photoshop or similar image editing program - there is no option to resize this image when you upload it. TIP: If you have a nice logo for your business, use it for your homepage instead of a picture our experience is that the iphone sites look really great with logos. livebooks Page 29

30 ::Step 4. (optional) Upload your iphone Homescreen Logo. ImageUsers of Mobile Safari on iphones and ipads have the option to create website bookmarks on their homescreen. The homescreen is where all of the colorful square App icons show up. Most users have a few screens of Apps to choose from - those all comprise the homescreen. If a user chooses to create a bookmark in Mobile Safari with the Add to Homescreen option, this is the icon that will be used. It will show up on their homescreen alongside all of their other apps. Apple has specified two firm requirements: - it MUST be a PNG file. This can be created in most image editing applications. - It MUST be cropped to a 57x57 pixel perfect square. The iphone or ipad will automatically round the corners of the image and add the glossy bubble effect. You just need to provide a flat, normal, 57x57 pixel square image in PNG format and the iphone/ipad will do the rest. NOTE: There is no option to crop, resize or convert the image to PNG upon upload in editsuite, so prepare this file in Photoshop or a similar image editing application. ::Step 5. (optional) Specify the Contact Information to Display. On the Contact Information tab, select whether or not you w a n t t o s h o w C o n t a c t information to iphone & ipad users by checking the Contact Information box, or not. If you select to provide contact information, fill in the stuff you want to display. If you provide your physical address, we automatically build the Google Maps URL for you so when clicked, your address will show up in the iphone/ipad Maps application. If you want to override that URL with something else, or remove it, you may do so directly in the Map URL field. Phone numbers and addresses are automatically linked to the Phone (iphone only) and Mail applications, as appropriate, so your users can quickly call or you. livebooks Page 30

31 : : S t e p 6. S e l e c t W h i c h Portfolios to Display. On the Content tab, check the portfolios you wish to display. ::Step 7. (optional) Add Links to Other Content. If you have a blog or a Twitter feed page, for example, you can create links that will display on the iphone/ipad site home page. For each link that you want to add, click the Add a New Link button at the bottom of the right column of the Content tab. In the pop-up dialog, enter the link name and the destination URL. The link name is what will display on the iphone/ipad site home page, so try to keep it short. ::Step 8. Click Save. NOTE: For customers with livebooks Agency websites the default link name for your image categories on the iphone/ipad home page is Photographers. If this label doesn t work for the way your content is organized, please submit a support request to have it changed. Specify your site URL and what the new link name should be. livebooks Page 31

32 Search Engine Optimization - SEO You can use the Search Engine Optimization module to optimize your website for search engines. This module is found in the "RESOURCES" tab in your editsuite. ADDING METADATA TO YOUR WEBSITE: ::Step 1. Select the Website tab. ::Step 2. Enter a title for your website in the Title Tag box. The website title is the text that shows up at the top of your browser when your site loads. The website title is given high priority by search engines. ::Step 3. Enter a description for your website in the Meta Description box. The website description is the information that shows up under your site title in search result pages. ::Step 4. Enter keywords for your website in the Meta Keywords box. Keywords are other words used by search engines, but they do not show up in the results. They are generally not given as high a priority by search engines. ::Step 5. Click Save when you are done. NOTE: LiveBooks has implemented character limits for website metadata in the Search Engine Optimization section, since research shows that too much text there may negatively impact your search ranking. The limits for each area are: Title: 100 characters Description: 200 characters Keywords: 200 characters CREATING YOUR SEARCH LANDING PAGE: Use this page to create an optional HTML landing page to help boost the overall page rank of your website. You can customize content of the page to complement the content in your Flash website and direct visitors from search engines to view your portfolios. livebooks Page 32

33 ::Step 1. Select the Search Landing Page tab. ::Step 2. Check the Enable this Page on my Site checkbox to turn on the page. NOTE: If you do not want to use this page, uncheck the box and click Save. This will remove the page from the Internet and redirect any visitors to your home page. You can always enable it again later. To see this page, you can click on the "View" button in the upper right corner of the window. ::Step 3. Enter a header for the page that will appear as a title at the top of the page. ::Step 4. Enter a sub-header for the page that will appear directly below the header. ::Step 5. Enter a description that will appear on the bottom of the page. ::Step 6. Enter contact information in the address and phone number fields. ::Step 7. Enter a title for the page in the Title Tag box. ::Step 8. Enter a description for the page in the Meta Description box. ::Step 9. Enter keywords for the page in the Meta Keywords box. ::Step 10. Click Save when you are done. SELECTING THE PORTFOLIOS TO BE DISPLAYED ON THE LANDING PAGE: You can select as many of your portfolios as you would like to display on your Search Landing Page. ::Step 1. Check the box next to each portfolio title that you would like to include on the page. ::Step 2. Click Save when you are happy with your selection. livebooks Page 33

34 Google Analytics You can use the Google Analytics module to incorporate Google Analytics web statistic tracking software into your livebooks website. This module is found in the "RESOURCES" tab in your editsuite. Incorporating Google Analytics web statistic tracking software into your livebooks website is easy. Google will supply you with a tracking code that you can add to your site using the Google Analytics editsuite module. This will enable Google Analytics to collect data on traffic to your website and allow you to monitor your site stats using their tools. Note: To use this feature, you must have a Google Analytics account. To sign up for a Google Analytics account simply go to ADDING A TRACKING CODE TO YOUR WEBSITE: ::Step 1. Get your tracking code by clicking the Go to Google button and signing up for or logging into your Google Analytics account. ::Step 2. Once logged into your Google account, find your tracking code and copy it. Google offers two types of tracking codes urchin.js (their original version) and ga.js (their second version). livebooks supports both of these codes, but we recommend using ga.js. ::Step 3. Select and highlight the full code snippet. Copy the code by hitting Cmd+C (or Ctrl +C on a PC) on your keyboard. ::Step 4. Return to editsuite and paste the tracking code into the text box on the screen. Paste the code by hitting Cmd+V (or Ctrl+V on a PC) on your keyboard. ::Step 5. Click the Save button at the bottom of the screen to add it to your site. Your tracking code will be added to your site immediately, but it may take Google up to 24 hours to validate your site and start collecting data. livebooks Page 34

35 NOTE: We do not support other third party analytics tools and cannot guarantee that they accurately track your livebooks site traffic. ACCESSING YOUR STATS: Once you have added your tracking code, you should go directly to Google Analytics to access your website stats. REPLACING THE TRACKING CODE: ::Step 1. Click the Replace the Tracking Code link. ::Step 2. Click the Go to Google button to get a new code. ::Step 3. Paste the new code into text box as instructed above. ::Step 4. Click the Save button to replace the code. REMOVING THE TRACKING CODE: If you decide you no longer want to have a Google Analytics tracking code on your website, you can remove it: ::Step 1. Click the Remove the Tracking Code link. ::Step 2. A dialog will appear asking if you are sure you want to remove the code. Click the Yes button to continue. The code will be deleted from your website immediately. You can always add a new code at any time. livebooks Page 35

36 Shopping Cart You can use this module to to sell items on your website. You will be setting up groups of prices and shipping prices, then applying these groups to either portfolios, images or both. This module is found under the "EDIT CONTENT" tab in your editsuite. Under the Edit Content tab of the editsuite, click Shopping Cart. The Shopping Cart page will appear with four tabs: Overview, Setup Pricing, Portfolio Pricing, Image Pricing. DEFINITION OF TERMS: Pricing Group: A pricing group is a group of pricing options with different prices. These groups can be arranged by size, format or anything other than price, that differentiates your images. You can add as many groups as you like. You can add as few or as many options in each group as you would like. For example, a group could be 8X10 prints, in that group you could have framed and unframed with 2 different prices. Once you have set up pricing groups they can be applied to portfolios or images. Shipping Group: A shipping group operates on the same principals as a pricing group but is added to the shopping cart total at the end of the checkout process. Confirmation The address that we will use to send you an notifying you that an order has been placed. You will receive an for each order placed EVEN If you opt to use the PayPal payment option. Pay Using PayPal: this option, if chosen, allows you to process payment for your order using a PayPal account. Please note that you must enter your PayPal address (the address associated with your PayPal account). even if it is the same as the confirmation above. Use the shopping cart to sell items on your website. Use the Setup Pricing tab to configure the pricing and shipping amounts that you can then apply to Portfolios and Images on the following tabs. Use the Setup Pricing tab to configure the pricing and shipping amounts that you can then apply to Portfolios and Images on the following tabs. PRICING GROUPS: ::Step 1. To set up pricing groups, click on Add Group on the pricing group bar. The Add new group pop up will appear. Type in a name for the group and click Add Group. (Please Note: You have the option to have this group name displayed on the website in the shopping cart or not. To have it displayed click on Show Pricing Group Name on Website at the bottom.) ::Step 2. To delete a pricing group click on Delete. To rename a group click on Rename and then type in the new information in the box. livebooks Page 36

37 ::Step 3. To add an item to the group click on Add Item from the pricing group. The Add New Item pop up will appear. Type in the item name and price. (This information will be displayed on your website in your shopping cart just as you type it here.) Click on Add Item. ::Step 4. To delete an item from a pricing group click on Delete. To edit an item click on Edit and then type in the new information in the box. ::Step 5. Once you have added all the groups and items click on Save. You should have a structure similar to the one to the right: SHIPPING GROUPS: ::Step 1. To set up shipping groups, click on Add Group on the shipping group bar. The Add new group pop up will appear. Type in a name for the group and click Add Group. ::Step 2. To delete a shipping group click on Delete. To rename a group click on Rename and then type in the new information in the box. ::Step 3. To add an item to the group click on Add Item from the shipping group. The Add New Item pop up will appear. Type in the item name and price. (This information will be displayed on your website in your shopping cart just as you type it here.) Click on Add Item. ::Step 4. To delete an item from a pricing group click on Delete. To edit an item click on Edit and then type in the new information in the box. ::Step 5. Once you have added all the groups and items click on Save. You should have a structure similar to the one to the right: livebooks Page 37

38 PREFERENCES: ::Step 1. Set your confirmation . Your confirmation address is the address where you will receive orders placed from the shopping cart on your site. Note: If you have a Pay Pal account and you want your customers to be automatically taken to your Pay Pal account when they click, Check the Pay Using Paypal box and be sure to enter your address associated with your Pay Pal account (even if it is the same as your confirmation ). ::Step 2. Choose your Currency setting. The Shopping Cart module supports the following 8 currencies: US Dollar Euro Great British Pound Australian Dollar Canadian Dollar New Zealand Dollar Swiss Franc Brazilian Real ::Step 3. Click on Show Pricing Group Name on Website if you want the group names to be displayed on the front end of your website in your shopping cart. Leave this box unchecked if the group names are for your reference only and you do not want it displayed to your clients. PORTFOLIO PRICING: Use the Portfolio Pricing tab to apply pricing and shipping groups to an entire portfolio. Once you save prices groups and shipping groups to a portfolio it will be immediately for sale on your website. ::Step 1. Choose a portfolio to apply prices to from the portfolios pull down menu. ::Step 2. To apply pricing to a password protected portfolio within the Client Access module you will have to check the Client Access option on the upper right corner of the window. ::Step 3. All available pricing groups and shipping groups will be shown and are available to apply to your chosen portfolio. ::Step 4. To see what is inside a pricing or shipping group, click Open on the corresponding group. livebooks Page 38

39 ::Step 5. To apply an entire pricing group to your portfolio, check the square check box next to the name of the pricing group. To apply a price from within a pricing group, click open, select an item(s) from within a group and check the square next to the name of the price to apply it. ::Step 6. To apply an entire shipping group to your portfolio, check the square check box next to the name of the shipping group. To apply a price from within a group, click open, select an item(s) from within a group and check the square next to the name of the price to apply it. ::Step 7. When you have added all the groups and items that you want applied to your portfolio click Save. The portfolio has now been updated and is for sale on your website. IMAGE PRICING: Use the Image Pricing tab to apply pricing and shipping groups to an image or group of images. Once you save prices groups and shipping groups to an image it will be immediately for sale on your website. ::Step 1. Choose a portfolio from the portfolios pull down menu. Select an image or multiple images to apply pricing. ::Step 2. All available pricing groups and shipping groups will be shown and are available to apply to your chosen image(s). ::Step 3. To see what is inside a pricing or shipping group, click Open on the corresponding group. ::Step 4. To apply an entire pricing group to your image(s), check the square check box next to the name of the pricing group. To apply a price from within a pricing group, click open, select an item(s) from within a group and check the square next to the name of the price to apply it. ::Step 5. To apply an entire shipping group to your image(s), check the square check box next to the name of the shipping group. To apply a price from within a group, click open, select an item(s) from within a group and check the square next to the name of the price to apply it. ::Step 6. When you have added all the groups and items that you want applied to your image(s) click Save. The image has now been updated and is for sale on your website. livebooks Page 39

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