Learn how to program the social media links in the footer of the Wix website to point to the correct Facebook and Twitter pages for the Topsy Turvy Cake Design company.
- [Instructor] So, you might have noticed that we have…some nice social icons down here at the bottom.…We have a nice footer down here in the bottom as well.…You might be interested in swapping these things out…for the actual social media links…that are going to do something.…We haven't actually configured these to go anywhere,…and so it would be nice to know that…when you click on the social media links…they actually go somewhere.…Don't overlook those little details on the website.…They become very frustrating towards your site visitors…if they see a Facebook link and they click it…and then they get nothing, or they get…a default sort of link that goes who knows where.…
So first of all, let's go and edit these…and down here on the bottom it'll say…go ahead and display the social links,…so if you don't want those at all,…you don't have time for 'em, you can always…just turn them off, but I'm going to leave them on.…In this case, I want to configure them,…so if we go ahead and click on those social links,…then we have the ability to take a look at those.…
- Creating a new website with Wix
- Choosing a theme and fonts
- Editing page content, layout, banners, images, and sections
- Adding new pages
- Integrating video and social media links
- Publishing your Wix website
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creating the Initial Site
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2. Editing Page Content
3. Advanced Features
4. Finishing Up
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