Using the Site Editor to Customize a Portal Experience

Product(s)
Gallery
Role(s)
Studio User
Task(s)
Create a Portal Experience

In this topic you will learn how to use the Site Editor to customize the look and feel of a portal experience.

The Gallery Site Editor is used to customize the look and feel of Portal, Landing Page and Live Event Portal experiences. Click on the experience title to open the Site Editor. The Site Editor provides the ability to:

These options are accessed by clicking the menus in the left navigation.

Customizing the player layout

To customize the player layout, click PAGES in the left navigation. Depending on the template that was selected when the site was created, the player layout may be able to be changed. If the player layout can be changed, a Change Layout dropdown will appear next to the page name.

Click on the Change Layout link to select a new player layout. Note that changing the layout may change the size and positioning of the player on the page. For more information on changing the player layout, see Changing the Player Layout on a Portal Experience.

Adding objects to a page

Objects such as text, images and URLs can be added to pages allowing you to customize and brand your video experience. To learn how to add objects to video site pages, see Customizing the Content of Portal Experience Pages.

Adding videos to a site

To add videos to a site, click VIDEOS in the left navigation. For complete details on how to add videos to a video site, see Adding Videos to a Portal Experience.

Customizing the site style

To customize the colors and fonts used on the site, or to select another theme, click STYLE in the left navigation. For complete details on how to customize the style, see Customizing the Style of a Portal Experience.

Configuring calls-to-action

Calls to action provide the ability to include custom HTML, images or advertisements on a page. Not all templates support calls to action. To configure calls to action, click CALLS-TO-ACTION in the left navigation.

For complete details on configuring calls to action, see Configuring Calls to Action on a Portal Experience.

Customizing the appearance and behavior

The appearance and behavior settings are used to configure the template settings, use a custom header/footer and provide custom CSS and JavaScript files. To configure the appearance and behavior settings, click APPEARANCE AND BEHAVIOR in the left navigation.

For complete details on the appearance and behavior settings, see Customizing the Appearance and Behavior of a Portal Experience.

Customizing site features

The site feature settings are used to enable site search, configure social sharing options and allow commenting on videos. To configure the site features, click SITE FEATURES in the left navigation.

For complete details on how to customize the site features, see Customizing the Site Features of a Portal Experience.

Customizing the video and playback settings

The video and playback settings provide the ability to select a custom player for the experience, configure Audience integration and lead forms and configure videos options such as downloads and related links. To customize the video and playback settings, click VIDEO AND PLAYBACK in the left navigation.

For complete details on configuring the video and playback settings, see Customizing the Video and Playback Settings of a Portal Experience.

Customizing the site configuration

The site configuration settings provide the ability to host the site at a custom domain, secure it using SSL or restrict access to the site. To configure the site configuration, click SITE CONFIGURATION in the left navigation.

For complete details on site configuration settings, see Customizing the Site Configuration of a Portal Experience.

Configuring the site details

The overview settings provide the ability to edit the name, description and language for the site. To configure the site details, click OVERVIEW in the left navigation.

For complete details on configuring the site details, see Configuring the Details for a Portal Experience.