Amibe Docs

  • Updated: 2020-06-09
  • First posted: 2020-06-09

A contextually assigned template is a page or content layout template that will be used based on either the type of page being displayed or the type of content shown within the page. These are assigned when a different layout is needed for different parts of a site.

  • Updated: 2020-06-09
  • First posted: 2020-06-09

The Content Placeholder widget is a dynamic placeholder for use in content layout templates that, when displayed within a template, will show the excerpt or description of a post.

  • Updated: 2020-06-21
  • First posted: 2020-05-30

In Amibe you have complete control over your design and layout using layout templates for pages and content. This Amibe Doc looks at the different ways this can be done, starting from the easiest.

  • Updated: 2020-06-09
  • First posted: 2020-05-19

A globally assigned page or content layout template is the global default or fallback template. It is used for the layout and design of a page/post when no other template is contextually assigned. Websites that mostly have one standard layout and design for page/posts will have this as the template assigned to be the global

  • Updated: 2020-06-09
  • First posted: 2020-05-16

The Elementor Template widget inserts an Elementor template wherever needed. This allows templates to be reused throughout a website. It also means that when a change is required it need only be made once, in the template, and this change will automatically reflect wherever the template has been inserted.

  • Updated: 2020-06-09
  • First posted: 2020-05-14

The Content Placeholder widget is a dynamic placeholder for use in page layout templates that, when a website page is display using the template, will show the content of that particular page.

  • Updated: 2020-05-30
  • First posted: 2019-04-19

It’s WordPress Jim, but not as we know it – a brief introductory guide to designing your WordPress website in Amibe.

  • Updated: 2019-04-06
  • First posted: 2019-01-10

Amibe is an integrated, managed hosting service that takes care of the technical necessities of your website so you don’t have to. It’s like an all-in-one webmaster and managed hosting solution that leaves you free to create. If you are comfortable and confident with migrating your website to a self-hosted WordPress site, or any other

  • Updated: 2019-05-29
  • First posted: 2019-01-10

When making a website you are presented with a number of hosting support options. Generally speaking they can be described as: Generic/shared hosting Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Managed Hosting Software as a Service (SAAS)

  • Updated: 2019-04-06
  • First posted: 2018-12-31

Amibe now includes integration with Buffer for sending published posts to social media channels.

Stay in touch

Receive the latest news and articles from Amibe…