In the Design section of your Woobox campaign, you can add images, videos, HTML, and so much more. In this article, we’ll go over each element you can add and what they can be used for.
To see the menu of available elements, click Elements in the left navigation of the campaign’s Design section.
After adding a text element, you can click right into the element to type or edit text. When the element is selected, you will see a toolbar at the top of the screen where you can adjust fonts, font-sizes, alignment, and line spacing. You can even add a link by highlighting any text in the element and then clicking the “chain” icon in the toolbar and adding the destination URL. All elements have the “BGROUND” tab, so you can add patterns, backdrops, or images as a background or make the element transparent.
Adding a link:
The image element allows you to upload your own custom images or creative. Once you’ve added an image element, you can also add a URL to make the entire image a clickable link!
The divider element does exactly what it sounds like – it adds a space or buffer between elements, or you can use one at the top or bottom of your campaign to make the other elements align better with a background. The divider can be adjusted by clicking and dragging the blue handle at the bottom of the element, or by adjusting the “Element Spacing” slider in the Styles tab.
Choose the video element to add video to any page of your campaign. Add your YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Instagram, or .mp4 URL for your video to the Settings tab and the video will appear in the element. You can even choose for the video to auto-play when the page loads.
Your campaign has a share element on the post-entry page by default, but you can add as many as you’d like. The share element can display the campaign URL for copying, an email send, as well as social media share buttons for Facebook, FB Messenger, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google +. You can customize the Twitter share message and enable the Facebook share auto popup on page load in the Settings tab.
If you are creating a Quiz or Poll campaign, they will start out by default as “formless-submit” meaning, there is no form to fill out and the user’s choices are entered once the user has clicked to select them. In this case, you will also find the option to add a Form element to collect data. Just like in other app types, click the element, then the Settings tab to add or edit fields.
Update 10/2018: CSS and HTML are now available on the Advanced and Power plans. If you are on the Basic or Standard plans, you will need to upgrade to use custom CSS or HTML.
This element adds an HTML block to the page so you can use your online hosted images and code to your heart’s delight! After adding the element, click the Code tab, then “Edit HTML”. The editor should highlight errors or places where tags may not be closed. When you’re done adding code, click “Edit HTML” again and then “Save changes” in the upper right corner of the dashboard.
All elements will have a Backgrounds (BGROUND) tab where you can add background patterns or images, and a Styles tab where you can adjust the element’s spacing (or adjust the global font and display settings). To edit an existing element, just click on the element itself within the Design section to select it.
To delete an element from the page, just select the element, then click the “trash can” icon in the upper left corner of the screen:
You can also move an element’s position by clicking and dragging it up or down, or by clicking the up/down arrows next to the delete button in the upper right corner.