What Is Your Support Issue?
Am I Redirected to the Wrong Homepage?
This is an issue that sometimes arises when the url that was entered when you converted the site is slightly different from the actual homepage URL of the site.For example, if you converted domain.com, but when you go to domain.com on your desktop browser when the page is done loading the address bar says something like domain.com/index.html this is most likely the issue you're running into. It's an issue that will only occur when the user has been redirected. The site displays the normal homepage if the user goes to your mobile url directly (that's one of the best ways to test and make sure this is your issue). To solve the issue all you have to do is let our system know all the URLs it should identify as the homepage. Steps1. From within the Webstoyou editor go to the pages section and click on your homepage (it will most likely be called "Home").
2. From the page info section, click on SEO & page settings.
3. From the pop-up, choose the templates option.
4. Click manage.
5. Click add new rule.
6. Choose how you'd like to set the url rule up (if you're unsure choose "matches exactly").
7. Enter any additional urls that you'd like us to identify as the homepage of your site. Do not delete the urls that have already been added by our system. Simply add the new url.If you're unsure about what the url is, you should be able to find it by going to your site on a desktop and after the page is done loading copying the url that's in the address bar and pasting it into the url field here.
8. Click done, and republish your site when you're ready to push all of your changes live.
How do I turn off sync for an individual page?
Have a few pages on your mobile site that you don't want to be updated with new content from your desktop site? To keep that from happening you'll want to turn sync off for those pages.
1. From pages section of the Dudamobile editor click on the page you'd like to turn sync off for
2. From the page info section click on the "SEO & Page Settings" button.
3. From the panel that opens uncheck the box labeled "Always sync with original site"
4. After you've unchecked that box click the "done" button.
Does Webstoyou have a special deal for non-profits?
Qualified organizations get one free premium mobile website for life. You can create additional premium sites at the regular Webstoyou pricing by upgrading as many sites as you like to premium for only $9 per month. If you are currently collecting donations you can link to your ecommerce checkout from your mobile site, but the checkout itself will not be optimized by Webstoyou. Alternatively, you can add a donation button or checkout functionality through our PayPal and Google Checkout integrations. These two services work through their own respective payment systems.Do I have to pay extra for hosting?Qualified organizations get one free premium mobile website for life and there is no cost for hosting. You can create additional premium sites at the regular DudaMobile pricing and there is no cost for hosting. General InformationWhat do I need in order to sign up for the DudaMobile Non-Profit Program?Enter your desktop site URL at www.dudamobile.com to create a new DudaMobile site. Save your site – You can click on the Go Live tab (but don’t Publish!) or you can click on the orange Save Site button at the top of the pageEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a mobile website?
If you've made it to Webstoyou, you've probably at least heard the term mobile website. Mobile websites are our specialty. Still, not everyone knows exactly what a mobile website is. At it's core, a mobile website is a solution to a problem created by the popularity of smart phones. Standard websites are just not usable on phones, and DudaMobile makes it easy to quickly and automatically create a new website that is usable on phones and other mobile devices.The Reason for Mobile WebsitesMany businesses are set up with a desktop website, designed for computers and built to give interested parties access to the information they want about that business. Smartphones and other mobile devices have become more and more popular and anyone that's used a smartphone to visit a non mobile friendly website can tell you that finding your way around, clicking on links and picking out any information that you might be interested in can be really frustrating. The fact that standard sites scroll sideways, are too big to display visibly on a screen, and use fingers, rather than a much more accurate mouse to register clicks, adds up to a bad experience for your visitors.The SolutionDudaMobile's mobile websites are designed to fix these issues. A mobile website is a smaller, rearranged version of your website designed to fit logically within the screen of a smart phone. The whole site is no wider than 320 pixels, the standard width of a smart phone, and only scrolls vertically. Instead of standard text links, buttons are used to give a more finger-friendly experience.Mobile websites place a strong emphasis on calls to action like Click-to-Call buttons, where visitors can tap a button to place a phone call to your business. Mobile Maps take advantage of the GPS in your visitor's phone to help them find the location nearest to them and pull up a map that leads them right to you, all with the click of a button. The best part is, all of this can be added to your DudaMobile site with our simple drag and drop site builder.A mobile website makes your business more accessible to potential customers who find your business from mobile search. It's all about making your customers happy with the experience they have when they're looking for you, and increasing the number of those people that become paying customers while you're at it.
Do I need a mobile website?
Accessing the Internet using a mobile device is becoming more and more popular. Experts say that by 2014 mobile devices will be the most commonly used way to access the Internet – more common than using a browser on a desktop or laptop computer. Do I?The short answer is yes, in today's world a website that does not have a mobile friendly experience is only losing themselves visitors. There are many reasons why a standard desktop website just doesn't cut it when it comes to mobile web browsing. Desktop sites that aren't optimized for mobile can affect your rankings on search engines like Google. They also require pinching and zooming which is annoying on a small screen. Visitors that have a poor experience on mobile more likely to abandon your site and repeat their search, possibly going to a competitor.DudaMobile offers an easy and inexpensive way to create a great looking mobile site. You don't need to hire a designer, our DIY mobile site builder creates professional-looking mobile sites in just minutes.
What is Webstoyou?
Webstoyou is a mobile website building platform.Enter the address or URL of your current desktop website into the box on the homepage. Our technology then automatically scans your desktop site and uses the content to build a new mobile friendly website.Use our award winning editor to customize the new mobile version of your site. No coding is required, just drag and drop to edit content and get your site looking exactly the way you want it to.When you’re finished, Duda provides you with the code you need to show off your new mobile site to your visitors. Just copy and paste the code into your desktop site.Once you’re up and running, we keep the mobile site in sync with your desktop site, so that any changes you make to your desktop site will automatically be made on your mobile site as well.Webstoyou is a quick, easy, and affordable solution to build a mobile website that reaches out to your mobile visitors, providing quick access to important information such as Click-to-Call buttons, Mobile Maps, and more.
Is Webstoyou free?
A free site is what you get when you first visit Webstoyou and create a site. You can convert a site or create one from scratch, then use our editor to make the site look even better, all without paying a cent. You can then publish this site, and install it in your website and use if for as long as you wish for free. If you have more than one website, that's fine too, you can make as many free sites as you'd like all in a single DudaMobile account.Free sites are ad supported with a small banner advertisement for DudaMobile at the top and bottom of each page. They also must use the default URL provided by DudaMobile when installing the mobile site and cannot use a custom domain. This will look something like www.Webstoyou.com/site/mysitename. Free sites are only able to roll back to the most recent published version and cannot be backed up. Also, premium features such as Click-to-Call, Mutli-location, and Restaurant Menus are not available on free sites.PremiumPremium sites unlock the full potential of your mobile website. Premium sites are ad-free and have the option to a custom domain as the address of the mobile site, for example m.mysitename.com. Premium sites are automatically backed up and can be restored at any time. Premium sites have access to all of the premium features such as Click-to-Call buttons, Mobile Map buttons (including multi-location GPS integrated setups), Hours of Operation, and many more.You can try the Webstoyou site builder by converting a free site with no obligation. You'll be impressed with how fun and easy it is to create your own mobile website. Consider upgrading to Premium when you get to the Go Live step. for just $30/month.
How does Webstoyou work with ecommerce?
Webstoyou cannot automatically convert online stores, or any websites that contain shopping carts, online checkouts, or other ecommerce features that collect customer payment information online.If you attempt to convert an ecommerce website, you should know that without an SSL in place, the transaction would not be secure. If you are attempting to collect credit card information, this may violate PCI compliance rules.Duda does not offer SSL certificates at this time.Link to an external store/checkoutYou can add the appearance of ecommerce functionality by linking to an external checkout. You can link to any ecommerce checkout, as long as the payment transaction happens on a secure external server.For example, you could have an item listed on your mobile website and have a checkout button that links to a secure 3rd party payment processor. This is actually how our PayPal button feature works.Add PayPal checkout. The easiest way to link to an ecommerce checkout is with our PayPal button feature.
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