Adding Video from Vimeo

Adding video is typically a simple process when using our interface. It is simply a matter of using the share code provided by Vimeo, together with our ‘Vimeo Block’ which can be found in our post and page editor. Quite simply, Vimeo, like YouTube (and many others) are Cloud Video Platforms that focus on sharing … Read more

Cookie Banner

Cookie Banners seem to be universally unpopular, however they serve an important purpose to make sure that people viewing your website understand what data may be being recorded about their website useage and what it will be used for. It also requests consent for the website to store a small text file on the persons … Read more

Roles and Capabilities

ChurchWeb uses a system of roles to control which of your team can make changes to your website. There are a variety of Roles typically available to be given to User. Each role grants certain Capabilities to a user allowing different levels of access or control over the site content or appearance. The standard roles … Read more

What are Blocks?

Blocks are the components for adding content to your website. Different types of content use different types of blocks to make them appear properly. This post is created using blocks. The heading or name of this page ‘About Blocks’ is created using a block called ‘Heading’, and this paragraph is made using a block called … Read more

Adding new blocks

Adding a new block The image below shows you the full admin screen of the editor for editing posts and pages. You can add blocks from ‘add’ symbol . This can be found in the top bar or next to or underneath an existing entry on your post or page. Alternatively you can simply start … Read more

Paragraph Block

The paragraph block allows you to easily craft content and is the default block type for text added to the editor. It is probably the block you will use most.  You can write your content like a regular document and each paragraph will automatically be turned into a block behind the scenes. You can also choose the paragraph … Read more

Posts & Pages

This guide explains the differences between posts and pages on your ChurchWeb site. Posts Posts are entries listed in reverse chronological order on your site. They are excellent for blogging & providing updates, but are also the best way to add many other forms of content to your website. Think of them as articles or … Read more

Republishing Content & Scheduling Changes

Duplicating Pages & Posts A feature of our editor allows you to easily create a new page or post based on existing content. Simply clone or copy the content to a new draft, and make the changes you need before publishing the new content. When viewing the list of Posts or Pages, by each entry … Read more