Just set up your MYOB Atlas website? We'll show you Let’s take a look at how to navigate through your way around, making it easy for you to edit your site and add more content. You'll use the following menus, toolbars and tools when editing your website (that is, when you're logged in to MYOB Atlas and using the Edit site mode)MYOB Atlas website, and where to find the tools to make changes to your website and add new content.
To do this you'll need to log in to your MYOB Atlas website by clicking Log In in the bottom right-hand corner of your website. For more details see Logging in to your MYOB Atlas website.
The MYOB Atlas menu is located along At the top of your website. If you can't see it, it means that you're not logged in to MYOB Atlas. To log in, scroll down to the bottom of your website and click Log in.screen, once your logged in, you will see the MYOB Atlas menu.
There are six options available on the MYOB Atlas menu:
site and View site
|Site||When you log in to your website, you'll see the Edit |
the public (with the exception of the MYOB Atlas menu). To continue editing, just click Edit
|Site mode by default. From here, you can edit your website and add new content.|
|Site settings||You can use this dropdown menu to access a number of different important areas of your website. For more information see Site settings menu below.|
|View site||If you want to see how your changes will look while you're editing your site, you can click View site. Here you'll see your website exactly as it appears to ||Log outClick Log out to log out of your website while you're in the Edit site mode. Alternatively, you can log out while in either the Edit site or View site mode by scrolling down to the bottom of your website and clicking the Log out link|
|someone viewing your site.|
|Be found with Google||Click Be found with Google to use tools from Google (such as Google Analytics, Google AdWords Express and Google Places) to help get your website found. You can see how many visitors are coming to your website and where they're coming from, as well as tips to help bring more in.|
Click Sell online to find out about the features we've provided to help make selling online easy. You'll also find a checklist of what you need to do to start selling online. Use it as your starting point for creating an online store with a simple shopping cart that's easy to use and manage—no technical skills required.
|Get paid||Click Get paid to find out about the features we've provided to make it easy for you to get paid online. You'll also find a checklist of what you need to do to start getting paid online. Use it to start receiving payments from your customers for the invoices you give them offline.|
This is where you can find links to our different help resources so you can make the most of your MYOB Atlas website.
|User dropdown||Here you can view your account settings and log out of your MYOB Atlas website.|
|title||Public Site settings menu|
The public menu is visible while in both the View site and Edit site modes. This means that both you and your visitors can use it to navigate your site. If you've chosen to show the Downloads, News and Gallery features on a separate, dedicated page, you'll also use the public menu to navigate to them. And, if you allow customers to pay invoices on your website, you can choose to include a Pay online link as well.
|If you haven't added any of these separate pages, the public menu will look like this:|
|If you've added each of these separate pages, the public menu will look like this:|
|title||Things to do and Settings toolbars|
When you're in the Edit site mode, you'll see two toolbars along the left of your site: Things to do and Settings.
The Things to do toolbar is used to suggest features and tasks for you based on what you've already added to your website. This means that the items in this toolbar will vary depending on the features you've added and the tasks you've completed. When you first set up your website, the Things to do toolbar will look similar to this:
From the Settings toolbar, you can From the Site settings menu, you can change your account settings and much more:.
From here, the details of
upgrade or downgrade to a different plan, From here, choose a
|or change your MYOB Atlas plan, |
From here, your From here, you can register domain names, set
|change the theme, layout and colour palette for your website. For more information, see Choosing a website theme.|
|My logo and banner|
Need to manage your existing domain names, or want to register another domain name to help grow your business and grow your online presence? This section has everything you need to manage domain names, as well as setting your primary domain name and
Australia , From here,
linking domain names.
For more information, see Registering domain names (
see From here, you can
|This is where you can publish your privacy, shipping and returns policies on your website. For more information, |
From here, you can
|If you'd like to set up personalised email addresses to match your domain name, this is where you do it. You can create email addresses using either MYOB Atlas email forwarding, or Google Apps. For more information, see Setting up email forwarding. |
|Sales and payments|
see From here, From here, edit From here, you can invite others to access and edit your website. For more information, see Giving other users access to
|Here's where you enter your settings for sales and payments. For more information, |
The public menu can be seen by both visitors and users who are logged in. For visitors to your Atlas website, the public menu will act as a navigation menu to find their way around your website.
Users logged in to your MYOB Atlas website will see the public menu in both Edit site and View site modes. This menu will show the different pages you've added, including the Downloads, News, and Gallery features as well as a Pay Online page if you allow your customers to pay their invoices via your website.
|title||'Things to do' and 'Add these' toolbars|
When you're in the Edit site mode, you'll see two toolbars along the left of your site: Things to do and Add these.
The Things to do toolbar acts as a list of features and tasks for you to consider based on what you've already added to your website. Under this toolbar you'll find a number of different tasks, depending on what you have already completed, such as buying a domain name and choosing plans for your second year. Here's what the Things to do toolbar looks like:
The Add these toolbar is where you can add different page types to your MYOB Atlas website. This menu is only visible when you’re in the Edit site mode. Your Add these toolbar will look similar to this:
For a more in depth look at what each of these pages are and how they can be used on your website, as well as to how to add new pages to your website, see Adding pages to your website.
The cogs throughout MYOB Atlas ( and ) are located at the bottom of most features and items, and contain viewing and editing options.
By hovering over the large cog ( ), you'll find viewing and editing options for that feature. For example, if you hover over the large cog at the bottom of the Find us feature, the options you'll see are Zoom, Get directions and Edit settings. These options vary depending on the feature.
By hovering over the small cog (), you'll find viewing and editing options for a particular item within that feature. For example, if you hover over the small cog at the bottom of a news item, the item options you'll see are More, Edit and Delete. These options vary depending on the item.
|title||Facebook Like and Google +1 buttons|
The Facebook Like button and the Google +1 button appear on your website while in the View site mode. They can be used by your visitors to promote your website.
The Facebook Like button lets your visitors share your website with friends on Facebook. When a visitor clicks the Like button on your site, a news item appears in their friends Facebook News Feed with a link back to your website. For more information, see http://www.facebook.com/help/?page=773.
The Google +1 button lets your visitors recommend your website to the world—the +1 count for your website will appear publicly in search, on ads, and across the web. For more information, see http://www.google.com/+1/button/.
<h2><i class="fa fa-comments"></i> FAQs</h2><br>
|title||When I hover my cursor over a cog, nothing appears.|
|title||Will the Settings pages appear on my public website?|
No, the Settings pages (such as the My account page), will only appear while you're in the Edit site mode. If you're on a Settings page while you're in the Edit site mode and then click View site, you'll be redirected to your homepage.
|title||How do I know if I'm logged into my website?|
If you're logged into your website, you'll see the MYOB Atlas menu along the top of your website.
|title||Why can't I see the Tell the world link in the Things to do toolbar?|
To see the Tell the world link, you first need to register a domain name (Australia | New Zealand). After this has been processed (which can take up to a day), the Tell the world link will appear.