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 landing page of the template, it is fully responsive and has a pop-up mobile menu and contains basic information for new users to learn more about the Walletly platform. It has a header, the buttons on the header contains, how it works, admin, get started and login, which takes you to the index page, dashboard page, sign up page and login page respectively.
Next on the index page is the abridged information section, that has thumbnails grid list of some functions walletly has to offer.
Next is how it works section that explains in details how walletly operates.
Then we have the why choose us section, that has a link to the sign up page.
The next section contains button for downloading the mobile app on any smartphone device.
The last section on the index page is the footer section that has quick-links, social media profile of the company and a brief information about walletly.
This page contains detailed information about walletly, it has a header and a hero section, it describes walletly's mission and has a "what we value" section and the the footer.
This page is the main page of this template that handles all the functions carried out by users on their walletly account, which includes, withdrawal, transfer, updating user profile and account settings. It has sub-pages that are navigated by a Router plugin.
This page is designed to manage platform data, e.g. Users, Items, Payments… 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.
The dashboard can be used to make changes to the template such as updating user profile, deleting users, keeping track of the login time and keeping track of users transactions.
It comes with three tabs: Dashboard, Users and Transactions.
The admin page is currently open to all visitors logged in or not but with read-only access (they can't perform any actions). To have full access the user must have their current user's
is_adminfield set to yes.
There is also a disabled workflow that redirects users back to previous page if they don't have admin access. You should enabled this workflow when you get this template. Step by step below:
- Signup as a user
- Find your user in the Bubble database and set is_admin field to yes
- Go to the /admin page workflow tab and enable the 2nd workflow
- Go to the /admin page design tab, click Group Page element, untick "This element is visible on page load"
- Freely visit the admin page with full access as long as you are logged in while users without is_admin set to yes would have no access.
This page is used to set up the Dwolla among with the Plaid.
Note: The template comes with a paid plugin - Dwolla - that enables ACH/bank payments. You would need to subscribe to it (or buy it) or you can as well replace the payment functionality in any way you wish.
Note: You can add a maximum 2 (two) bank accounts to a user using the test keys of Plaid.
This page is for users to request a password reset link with their email address.
This page is more like the careers section of this template, it contains available roles for the team at walletly. It also has a header and hero section, and the footer.
This contains the login form and allows users (walletly users and admins) to login with their email and password.
This is the page where users see the legal statement that specifies how the company manages the collected user data.
This contains the sign up form and allows users (walletly users and admins) to sign up to Walletly.
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.
This page is used for resetting the password.
This is a custom-designed page for 404 redirect errors, informing a user that the requested web page cannot be found, or it doesn't exist.