To start building pages in a project, click on the project thumbnail. This will open the page builder UI. Projects are for grouping your Readz pages together. When you go to a publication URL made with Readz, you're actually loading a single project. Each publication URL can contain 1 or more projects. A project can be in 3 different states. 1. An unpublished states means the project is created but hasn't been published yet. 2. A published states means the project is live. This is denoted by a teal-colored ribbon on the project in the Readz Dashboard. 3. A published project has had changes saved to it, but those changes have not yet been republished. This state is denoted by a purple-colored ribbon on the project in the Readz Dashboard. Which project is shown to a visitor when they go to my URL? The order of your published projects determines with project is loaded by default when a visitor goes to your publication URL.
The screenshot above shows an example from the Readz magazine. In the Readz magazine publication, there are a number of projects. Some are in a published state, and some are in a published and has unpublished changes state. However, all are live. To control which one loads by default when a visitor goes to magazine.readz.com, we should drag-and-drop that particular project into the 1st row, 1st column slot (if it is not already). In the case of the screenshot, the project titled "Readz Magazine" will be the project that is loaded when a visitor goes to magazine.readz.com. Again, to reorder which project is placed in that 1st slot, simply drag and drop another project in front of the project currently in the 1st slot.
While on the dashboard, click on the hamburger (3 horizontal line) icon to the left of the project. From this menu, you can perform the following:
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