What Can I Do?
Using Cubik, you can do so much more than simply add text and images to your website. You can add forms, polls, events, e-cards, e-commerce enabled shops, donation pages, glossaries, and so much more. Learn about it all here.
Blogs can be used to provide a series of updates to your site visitors about something that you are doing, perhaps a charity walk or a conference. Visitors can subscribe to the blog using an RSS feed.
You can set up e-commerce on your website to allow you to take donations, and to set up a Shop area to sell your merchandise.
Custom properties are settings that you can change to influence the behaviour of a page or an entire section.
A fun way for visitors to attract other individuals to your website.
The OneStopCMS solution includes a fully searchable events calendar that allows to display forthcoming engagements and activities on your website.
Use the FAQ template to answer questions on your organisation, your work or the website.
This template lets you create content that can be shown in a popup when a user clicks a teaser link included on pages on your site.
Create simple or complex forms for your visitors to fill in. Decide how the information is processed and keep track of all the submissions using Cubik forms.
You can add Forums to your site to collect visitor feedback and to encourage discussions on a variety of different topics.
If you use a number of technical terms on your website, or use acronyms to refer to processes and organisations, it is a good idea to include a glossary.
Image Galleries are a great way to display a collection of up to 25 photographs on your website. The OneStopCMS solution enables its users to do this in both HTML and Flash formats.
Navigation and indexing
Making your site easy to navigate means that your visitors can quickly find the information they're looking for. Cubik provides you with many ways to help your visitors find their way around.
You can add polls to your site to ask your visitors questions, and to let them voice their opinion on current issues.
If your channels hold a lot of information then a Sub-Homepage is an effective way of directing visitors to the information they require.
Other types of pages
There are some other types of pages available for you to use. These are described here.
Twitter have created a widget to display your tweets on your website. You can also create a custom widget with tweets of your choosing.