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Manage custom pages

You can create customized pages accessible from your shop's menu to communicate with your customers.

These pages are entirely customizable to meet your needs and creativity. For example, you could create an 'About' page providing more information about yourself, a 'Shipping' page detailing your delivery terms, a 'Gallery' page showcasing your best works, and so on.

Create a page

After accessing the section through your dashboard, you can create a new page by clicking the following button:

Create a new page

Templates

You will have the option to choose between creating a page composed entirely of images or a traditional page with a text editor.

Each page must have a unique title.

Once created, it will appear in your 'Pages' section as follows:

Unique title

Last updated on 01/01/2024

Edit and delete a page

You can edit or delete a page by clicking on to edit or to delete.

Add a form

You can add a form to each page where you would like to be contacted. Simply enable the form by ticking the box next to"Add a contact form to this page".

If a customer sends you a message through the form, you will receive an email from Picksale with the sender's name, email address, and message content. It will also indicate from which page this message was sent.

Position

You can choose to display the link to this page in either the header menu or the footer.

Switch pages order

Once you have created multiple pages, you can set the order in which they will appear in the menu of your online shop.

To change this order, simply hover over the button, left-click, and then, while holding the click, drag the page to the desired position.