This section states the purpose of each page.
In this summary, we will describe each page and its content. The Page Element is the fundamental one that contains all the other elements.
Tip: See Bubble Reference for more information about Pages element https://bubble.io/reference#Elements.Page 🙂
This is the main page typically encountered first on the web app that usually contains links to the other pages of the site. A homepage includes a variety of menus that make it easy for users to find the information they need.
Here, this page greets the users with a minimalist and modern design and has the navigation necessary to access the other pages.
This page contains information about the platform and its partners.
This page is designed to manage platform data, e.g. Users, Categories, Companies… and others. Only users with admin rights are able to access this page (in read-only mode), and those users who have access rights can edit or delete anything here.
Admin: See the instructions on how to grant Admin Rights in your template.
This page provides the necessary tools for companies to manage their account, projects, and users.
Under account tab you can modify personal info and change the billing settings. Under the projects tab, you can add blogs, and products and view reviews, transactions, and statistics.
There is also the users’ tab that provides the ability to add staff members, chat with the platform owner, and view customers.
This page has all the features and elements designed for the customer.
Its structure consists of tabs for: browsing products by categories, purchase history, wishlist, code redemption, and the option to edit profile info.
This is the index page where benefits for customers are displayed.
This page is used for users’ login and signup.
This page is used to display all the partners affiliated with the platform.
This is the page for the company staff members.
This page is used to display the platform's terms and conditions.
Tip: The text on this page is a placeholder and should be modified according to your own terms of service.
Here, users reset their password after accessing the link in the mail.
This is a page for 404 redirect errors, informing a user that the web page he or she is looking for cannot be found.