Learning Plesk Sitebuilder Wizard Interface
In Plesk Sitebuilder, a site is created in five steps. Each step has its own working and navigation principles, which will be covered in respective sections further in this guide. Here we will outline the general principles of working with the Plesk Sitebuilder Wizard interface, and enumerate elements present on all Plesk Sitebuilder screens.
Every Plesk Sitebuilder Wizard window contains the following elements:
- Logo. The default logo is a Plesk Sitebuilder image linked to the Parallels official site. This image can be customized by your Plesk Sitebuilder provider.
- Save Changes button used for saving the results of actions performed on the page. If no changes have been applied, the button is inactive. This button is also disabled when editing the content of page modules on step Edit, since modules have their own dialogs for saving changes.
- Top help string, which provides short instructions about the operations you can do on this page and displays the result of your last action.
- Shortcuts used to switch between the five Plesk Sitebuilder Wizard steps. The step you are currently on is highlighted in color.
- Feedback button, which enables you to submit your opinion or suggestions on Plesk Sitebuilder usability and functionality.
- Support button, which by default, opens Plesk Sitebuilder Online Server Support screen on the Parallels official site, where you can fill in the form to request the help of Parallels technical support team. This link can be customized by your Plesk Sitebuilder provider.
- Help button, which opens the context-sensitive online help.
- Go to Admin Panel button, which takes you to the Plesk Sitebuilder Administrator Panel.
- Log out button, which finishes the current session with the Plesk Sitebuilder Wizard.
Note: Buttons Go to Admin Panel and Log out are not shown to users working in Plesk Sitebuilder in demo mode (as anonymous users).
- Work area, which displays the interface options available on the current step.
- Back button, which enables you to get to the previous step of the Wizard (you can also return to the previous step using the top navigation bar).
- Preview button, which allows you to preview the site at any stage of its creation.
- Next button, which takes you to the next step of creating your site (you can also go to the next step by clicking the required tab in the top frame area).