Yes, you have to edit the Sales Page and replace the contents. That
page by default is your Home page.
You can get to the edit screen by going to the pages section in your
Membersnap back office and clicking the edit button (looks like a
pencil). Once t...
The thankyou.php page not editable.
It is actually code designed to take the "Public Page" you select as
the "Thank You" page when setting up a Product and redirect the person
to that page.
It also passes the payment information to the "Thank You" pag...
Yes. When using the Page Editor, there is an icon to Insert/Edit Media
Object... Click that icon, then select Web Location on the left hand
side. From the drop down at the top, select YouTube Video and then put
the url to the video in the URL field at the...
Yes, but you will have to copy over everything manually. There is no
The sites are completely editable. Graphics, text, layout -
everything. You can also start with one of our "Blank" templates and
make it your own design. Because all the pages are editable you can
"SEO" the sites on your own.
You can edit any page's title using the field provided when you edit
To edit a page, hover your mouse of Page, then Edit Pages or click
here [http://www.membersnap.com/members/pages/]. On the next page,
click the pencil icon next to the page you want to edit. The
"Salesletter" will be your home page.
Once you click to ed...
By default, all MemberSnap sites have the sales page as the home page.
If you'd like to change this so that your home page is a squeeze page
instead, here is what you'll need to do:
Go into your Page Editor, view your Salespage page and copy all of the
You may upload your own header/footer graphics. In order to replace
the existing one all you need to do is upload the desired image to the
image manager in your pages section with the same name as the
The simplest way to do this is to edit...
Yes, you can directly add HTML to your MemberSnap pages. You do this
by clicking the "Source" Tab at the bottom of your page editor and
pasting in HTML code. Don't worry, if you mess anything up, just click
the "Revert To Default" button and the page will...
Yes, you can edit this in your Pages tab.
You can add this to your Header Code (before tag) or Footer