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.
Accessing this page, users can sign up & log in, having a wall of pins in the background.
All pins are displayed through
pinreusable element, without any filtering.
This page is designed to manage platform data, e.g. Users, Pins, Boards… 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.
Here, the admin user has access to three tabs:
- Users - here admin can see the total number of registered users, as well as their profiles.
- Pins - here, the admin can see the total number of pins, as well as view, edit or delete any of them.
- Boards - here, the admin can see the total number of boards, as well as view or delete any of them.
Admin: See the instructions on how to grant Admin Rights in your template.
Note: Switching between tabs works by changing elements’ custom states.
Here are displayed all pins related to a certain board. Users can follow or share a link to the board.
This page on load displays all pins from boards that the logged user follows.
This is a pin personal page, where users can download it, share a link, add to a board, post a comment as well as (un)follow it. The bottom of the page is complemented with a group of pins.
This page is used for adding new pins.
This is the page where users see the legal statement that specifies how the company manages the collected user data.
Here, a user profile is displayed, along with all created pins, boards, and topics. Visiting other users’ pages, we can follow them and/or get&share the link to a profile page.
Here, in a simple design, the user can edit his own profile information.
This is the page where users see the agreement act between both sides: the company that has the web application and users who access the web application.
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.