CWB 3.0 Video Guides
Learn how to use the component design system to easily add a slideshow to any page of your site.
Learn how to quickly create flex width based header buttons. Each button has customizable background color, link, target, title, and size! Stack them together horizontally until you have as many buttons as you like by using the CWB Button component.
The freedom to do whatever you want on a website is amazing and compelling at the same time. We all have common questions when building a website, but how do we know we are following best practice methods?
Are you saving images for the web properly?
Do your filenames and formats make sense to a web browser?
Maybe you just want to know the best way to create links and/or enhance them with title attributes.
Should you use a basic block or a column component when building a page?
Are you using Headings properly in order to achieve high accessibility scores?
Let’s empower ourselves by discussing the right and the wrong answers, so you can walk away as a best practice know it all.
We all know that Co-op Web Builder (CWB) is a great tool, but what else is out there that you can use to make your site even better? Let’s explore some interesting options that you can use in combination with your CWB site. We’ll take a look at things like free icon bundles, social media feeds, weather widgets, photography resources and even wireframe builders. After this session, you’ll be able to use these awesome tools to develop quality content and pages for your site.
We are introducing the concept of component design with Co-op Web Builder 3, but why does this matter so much? Join us to review what component design means for you as the site designer and how it is going to make your web life easy.
Learn how to do the following during the Nov 2 webinar:
-Design a home page.
-Use the new restyled component system to design content for your site.
-Use the page layouts and regions to place your components in your theme.
-Discover the potential of reusing components throughout your entire site.
-Create an alternative home page (Dark Site) & learn how to easily activate it.
After this session, you will be able to see how components will be responsible for making your website look as tasty as Thanksgiving apple pie!
Learn how to migrate your site.
Are you new to CWB entirely? Perhaps you skipped version 2.5 and haven't used panel layouts before? Let's take a step back for a moment and start from the beginning.
We will review four different methods for building the same page. Then we will discuss the benefits of each approach. Feel free to go with whichever approach feels natural to you -- there are no wrong choices!
Learn how to code basic CSS by watching this course today.
HTML is well known as the native language for web content. And lucky for us, most of the time we don’t have to write it because of amazing component design and page editor tools that are present in popular, modern content management systems.
But this doesn’t mean we should overlook HTML’s close counterpart: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). CSS is is the language used to style, format and present HTML, which powers your website’s theme, template and layout. Knowing just a little about it will give you the edge you have been waiting for.
Join us for this introductory course in CSS design to welcome in the holiday seasons and learn how to:
***Modify your site designs to look how YOU want them to look
***Control the look of content on a page-by-page basis
***Redesign your site quickly with alternate style guides
***Control page layout, typography, animation, effects and more
***Save money on custom design requests