Welcome to the editor

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By default the editor will create two pages:
-Landing page
-Thank you page
right now you're at 'Landing page'.

Add element

Click on it, will open the element menu.


this is your working area, drag and drop elements to here.

Project tree

here you can see all the elements that exist in your campaign in a tree view.


clicking on any element at the project tree or at the canvas will open the properties of the element.

Go to mobile

after you done building your desktop campaign, move on to mobile, the system will ask you if you want to duplicate your content from the desktop.
it's better to do it and then modify it to mobile (640px width)


First line:

(1)Chat button – Toggles on or off the chat window with ICreate support representative.

(2)Save button – Saves the current work.

(3)FB Install button – Enables to install the landing page to any Facebook Page owned by the user.

(4)Export button – Enables to export the whole website as an independent copy that can be hosted on any server.

(5)Preview button – Opens a fully-functional preview of the current working page.

(6)Publish button – Makes a copy of the entire website and hosts it under default domain on iCreate servers.
At this stage the user may supply the directory name of the campaign
and a different domain (which points to ICreate domain by CNAME).

(7)"Go to" button – Enables to switch between editing desktop and mobile versions of the page.

Second line:

(8)Page selection – enables to switch between editing various pages of the website and manage the pages – add, remove and rename.

(9)AB-version selection – enables to switch between versions A (default) or B of the same page. If version B is added to the campaign, the pages will be randomly served to the client based on a defined ratio between the versions.
The user may change this ratio at any time from the Campaign control page at the admin section.

(10)Add elements button – Opens all the editor element options

(11)Show/Hide Tree – shows all the pages and elements on each page in a tree view.

(12)Library – Opens up the elements library at the right. The library enables the user to store custom elements and use them in various campaigns.

Design Elements


Basic elements:

Text – Add rich live text

Image – Upload image from your computer or add a link to an image.

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Iframe – URL address - a link to an external page that should be loaded into the Iframe

Link button – Create a link to an:

  • Campaign internal page
  • External URL
  • Anchor element on the page (scrolling with animation)
  • Email (using the mailto: protocol)
  • Document (which the user might upload)
  • Tab (one of the panels in the “Tabs” element, see relevant section)
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Anchor – can be dragged vertically on the page and used with the Link button to mark the spot on the page to which it should be scrolled upon hitting the Link button (when it’s paired with the relevant Anchor element).

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Print button - Image to print – enables to upload an image that should appear in the browser print dialog upon hitting the print button

Video – opens a dialog that enables to upload MP4 file or provide a direct link to a file.

YouTube video – enables to provide a link to a video on YouTube (any kind of link that contain video ID).

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Html – a DIV container that holds any HTML content.


Form elements:

Textbox – an input field that receive free text.

Dropbox – enables to provide a key-value dropdown list of data.

Checkbox – provides a checkbox functionality with custom graphics of checked and unchecked states.

Radio group – provides a several options with only one can be choose.

Phone box – combines a textbox for a phone number and a dropbox for a prefix. .

Upload button – give the user an option to upload a file to icreate servers (will be accessible as a link).

Submit button – once hit validates the values of the input fields and sends the data to iCreate CRM and other places.

Form – a Pane element (see below) that contains a set of predefined fields and a Submit button.

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Callback – combines a textbox for a phone number and a special button that once hit makes a call to the phone number provided in the textbox and the Dispatcher phone number as defined in the settings of the button.

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Advanced elements:

Pop-up – a set of pop-up button and a pop-up element.

Pane – a container that enables to group the elements that are added to it.

Tabs – a collection of containers (panels) and corresponding buttons. Only one panel is seen at a time. Hitting the button of the relevant panel is showing that panel.

Mobile menu – a collection of links set for mobile usage.

Gallery – same as Tabs element but comes with Next and Back buttons already in use

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Google map – search address at google map, click the setting icon and copy the embed script inside.

Accessibility menu – adds extra accessibility to the page (alongside the built in accessibility and extra accessibility options in each element’s settings).


Social elements:

FB Share button – A click on it will share the campaign on the the user FB account wall.

FB Comment – Added a comment under the user name on the campaign's FB page.

FB Like button – Added a 'LIKE' to a FB page that has been set, every time a user click on it.

FB Massage – Sends a FB massage with a link to the campaign.

WhatsApp share – On mobile, a click on the 'SHARE' button, will redirect the user to his WhatsApp with a costume massage you choose..

A more detailed document can be found Here