Website Modules

Our goal is to separate design from content making it easier to create, update and maintain websites over time. We want to save you time and effort.

Site templates are easily broken up into reusable design sections (Include Modules) and functional modules based on the type of content you share with your visitors. 

You can build modules one time and insert them into one or more templates. When you update modules they immediately reflect across all corresponding pages of your site.

Include Modules

Include block modules allow you to break your templates into reusable sections of design. You can build a header that gets pulled into multiple templates. When you update the header all templates reflect the changes. Include blocks include:

  1. Master Blocks
  2. Global Blocks
  3. Site Blocks
  4. Modulal Blocks
  5. Fields Blocks
  6. Toggle Blocks
  7. Component Blocks

Functional Volume Modules

Volumes are collections of similar content (web pages, blog posts, directory listings, etc.) For more information on Volumes visit the brief topic.

Each volume has functional modules to manage the content. For example, main navigation menus, blog archive menus, category menus, contact forms, search fields, etc. can all be created and designed within easy to use builders.


  1. Form - Quickly build a form and map the fields to the CRM. The fields are all drag/drop and have the settings you need to capture leads. The form styles managed and previewed in the module.
  2. Menu - Each menu item is drag/drop. The menus take minutes to build and style.
  3. Slider - Most home pages these days have image sliders to quickly communicate a message. Building and adding a slider to your site is a quick undertaking.
  4. Social Media
  5. Breadcrumbs
  6. Featured Page List
  7. Search Form
  8. Page Tags







Managing Modules

To create a Module:

  1. Hover over "Design"
  2. Click "Modules"
  3. Click the "New" icon
  4. Select the module type
  5. Give the module a name
  6. Click "Save"
  7. Modify the module settings
  8. Modify the module styles
  9. Remember to click "Save"

Applying Modules:

  1. Once a module is created, edit the template, module, or page where you want the module to exist
  2. Drag/drop the module or element into the appropriate container
  3. Remember to click "Save"

Note: if you are working on a template, module, or page and you create a new module, save the location where you want the module to go. You may need to refresh the template, module, or page so the new module will show in the menu on the right.