It’s important to take into consideration the many devices people will be using to access and navigate your WordPress site. InMotion Central makes it simple to see how your site will display on a desktop or mobile device. You can also access the WordPress Dashboard so you can customize or edit your content. In this guide, we’ll show you how to preview your site with InMotion Central.
How to Preview Your Site
- Login to InMotion Central.
- Roll your mouse over the Project you want to preview and click The Bridge.
- You may need to click the Environment link and select the one you want to work with.
- You can now click the Preview button to see your site on a mobile or desktop display.
Now, we’ll go over some of the features included in the Preview tool.
Navigate Your Site
One of the best features of previewing your site with InMotion Central is the ability to navigate your site. Here are some examples of what you can do while previewing your site.
- Click through links
- Access menus
This means that you can really get a feel for how the visitors will experience your site. I recommend thoroughly testing all the pages and menus to ensure they will display well on all devices. This ensures you provide a better customer experience and increases the chance of visitors returning or making a purchase.
If you want to make changes to how your site looks, the Customize Design button on the top of the page will take you directly to the Customize section (/wp-admin/customize.php) within the Dashboard of your WordPress site. From there you can make changes to the layout, add menus, change the background, or edit the header to name a few.
If you want to change the actual content of your site such as the text or images you can click the Edit Content button toward the top. This will automatically take you to the Pages section of your WordPress Dashboard. From there you can Edit a page, or click the Posts link to access and edit them.
Congratulations, now you know how to use the InMotion Central Preview tool! You can now begin testing how your site will look on mobile and desktop displays. Check out our InMotion Central section for more helpful tutorials.