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We deliver modern patient-centric dental website design geared to maximize new patient acquisition, engagement, and retention. Each site is completely mobile-responsive, disability accessible and ADA compliant. Editing websites is easy with simple drag-and-drop editing options. Learn more about how to manage and edit your website below. ⬇️

  • To login and access the editor:
    1. In the top address bar (not a search engine such as Google), type the website URL/Domain name the press the ENTER key.
      For example: If your domain is, you enter in the address bar: ""
    2. Enter your Username & Password, then select the Log In button:
  • The Home page contains:
    • Basic Web Analytics over the previous 30 days (Website visitors, Page views, Page loads)
    • Quick links to perform common actions
    • Search (search bar shown at the top of other pages within the editor)
    • Form entries and trends
    • Core Web Vitals (only visible for Super Admin users)
    • Side Panel
      • Theme
      • Activity Log
      • Developer Notes
      • Helpful Instructions
  • Our Website Editor "Settings" includes various settings that can be accessed depending on user role:
    • Practice Information (Name, logo, etc.)
    • Office Informations (Office locations, addresses, hours, etc.)
    • Doctors
    • Contact Forms
    • SEO Settings
    • Accessibility Settings
    • Video Settings
    • Social Media Sharing
    • Mobile Site Settings
    • Launch Chat
    • Website Alert Notice, and more!
  • Within the "Sitemap" section, you are able to manage the various pages on your website:
      1. Step 1: Login and Select "Sitemap" located on your LEFT hand column
      2. Step 2: All pages created on your website will be listed here, navigate to the specific area you would like to add a new page.
      3. Step 3: Select the (+) sign on the line above where you would like the new page to be placed:
      4. Step 4: This will add a new line/page directly below, labeled "New Page"
      5. Step 5: You can rename the page to whatever you would like by putting your cursor on the same line or double clicking to clear out "New Page" and add the Title you want seen on your website (we titled our page, "Arestin" in the examples below)
      6. Step 6: Once you have it labeled correctly, select the "Publish Page" icon.
      7. Step 7: Now select "Save", located in the upper right hand corner
      8. Step 8: Once you review your website, you will notice the new page which you can now add content to.
      9. Step 9: Once you select this page, by default we add this verbiage live on your webpage: "This page is currently under development. Please check back later for information about *Page Name*" Edit this page to delete this wording and add the content you would like.
    • This will save the contents of the page, but remove it from your website so that visitors cannot access it. Unpublishing retains the page for re-publishing later, and still allows you to edit it while it is unpublished.
      1. Within "Sitemap," find the page you wish to remove.
        In this case, we will unpublish our Arestin page.
      2. Click on the Publish Page button, which looks like a piece of paper with lines on it. The paper will turn blank, and the green bar on the left hand side will turn yellow. If you hover over this bar, it will say "Draft", which signifies that the page is not published, and cannot be accessed by people viewing your site.
      3. Now click the Save Sitemap button at the top right of the page. You have now successfully removed the page from your site. If you would like to re-add the page, you can simply click the Publish Page button again, followed by the Save Sitemap button.
    • This will permanently remove the page from your site, and render it unrecoverable. If you want to add the page again, it will have to be recreated from scratch.
      1. Within "Sitemap", find the page you wish to trash. In this case, we will trash our Arestin page.
      2. Click on the Trash Page button, which appears as a garbage can. A warning should appear letting you know that the page will disappear once you save the sitemap. Click OK to continue with trashing the page.
      3. After clicking the OK button, the page will be marked as Trashed. The green bar on the left will become Red, and indicate it as Deleted.
      4. If you have accidentally deleted the wrong page, or do not wish to delete the page, click the circular arrow which has replaced the Trash Page icon. This will re-instate the page.
      5. If you are sure you want to delete this page permanently, click your Save Sitemap button in the top right. As soon as you click Save Sitemap, you can no longer recover the page.
      1. Login and select "Sitemap"
      2. All pages created on your website will be listed here, navigate to the specific area which contains the page you would like to move.
      3. To begin moving the page, you simply click and drag the up and down arrows on the left hand side of the page.
      4. Drag the page until it is in the location you would like the page to appear in your navigation bar.
      5. After moving the page into position, click on the Save Sitemap button to save your changes.
  • Design options allows you to edit global design settings, such as:
    • Color Options
    • Font and Typography Options
    • Banner Slides/Images
    • and more!
  • Page layouts let's you edit components on specific pages on the website, such as:
    • Headers
    • Spacers
    • Banners
    • Featured Pages
    • and more!
  • To edit the content on a specific page: 
    1. Once you have logged in, you can select the "back to website" icon (towards the top/left hand side of the screen). 
    2. Navigate to the page you would like to edit. You will notice a button to the right or left (depending on your site or template) of the content area that says "Edit". By clicking on this button, an editor panel will be activated. Here, you can make various edits, add or format text, or even upload your own images to the website.
    3. In order for changes to be saved you must click the "Save" button (floppy disk icon) located in the menu system to the right or left of your content area.

  • Adding documents & images:
    1. Login and navigate to the page you would like to edit and select the "Edit" button located on the side of your page.
    2. Click on the page where you would to insert your PDF Document
    3. Select the "Insert Media" icon on your toolbar (located to the side of the editable area)
    4. A media window will appear to upload your new document, select the "Upload Files" tab.
      **You must have this document saved down to your computer
    5. On this tab, towards the center of your screen select "Select Files"
    6. Select the file you would like to upload
    7. Select the "Open" option located at the bottom of this window once your document is selected...
      • For images: Once it is uploaded, your document will have a blue check mark next to the top/right hand corner of the selected document
      • For images: On the right-hand side you will see "Attachment Details":
        • Alt Text: For ADA Compliance, a descriptive Alt Tag must be added. While ALT tags need to be descriptive, they also need to be brief. They should not be full sentences or paragraphs. With a limit of about 125 characters, an ALT tag should provide enough detail for users and search engines to relate the image to the context of the page.
        • Alignment:
          • LEFT
          • RIGHT
          • CENTER
      • For PDFs: To the far right you will see a text field labeled "Title". Use this field to type exactly what you want displayed as the link to your document (this title will be seen live on your site).
    8. Select "Insert into post" once all options are finalized
      1. For PDFs - Your final link should be a different color and/or stand out from your normal page font
    Adding social media links & buttons:
    1. Open "Settings"
    2. Click "Social Media Sharing"
    3. Toggle on any buttons that you want to appear on your website under "Social Sharing Buttons"
    4. Add your social media URLs under "Social Media Links"
    5. Click "Save"

    Note: If you are using a template in the "2120 series" you may have additional options under Design Options and Layout configuration. Please contact PBHS Support for specific assistance with adding social media links to your particular website's template design.

    Website Alerts:

    The below article will show you how to create a custom Website Alert.

    1. Login to your website admin portal
    2. Select "Settings"
    3. Scroll down to the section called "Website Alert Notice"
    4. Toggle the "Enable Website Notice" ON to expand this section. 
    5. Under "Website Notice Preset," use the drop down to select "Custom Message"
    6. A text field at the bottom of this section will appear, labeled "Website Notice Text." Here you can add your custom alert verbiage.  
    7. The following settings will decide where this is displayed on your website:
      • "Website Notice Position": 
        here you can choose if you want this at the Top of your website or Fixed Bottom
      • "Website Notice Page Visibility":
        here you can choose if you would like this alert to show on All Pages or just the Homepage.  
      • "Website Notice Color":
        here you decide if you would like theAlert backgroundcolor to display in RED or YELLOW. 
    8. Select Save
    Editing HTML:
    1. Once you login, go to and edit the page you would like to modify
    2. Locate your editor toolbar to either the right or left hand side of your website
    3. Select the button icon labeled <> ("Source Code").
    4. A window will pop-up, similar to below
    5. Here you can add your needed code or changes
    6. Once completed, select "OK"
    7. Click "Save"
    Editing SEO:
    1. Go to "" to login
    2. From there navigate to the "Site Map" icon to the far LEFT
    3. At the top of this page click the "SEO View" Button:
    4. This will display the Name/Description on the main page, and on the RIGHT column you will find your Meta Title/Meta Description.
    5. Once changes are completed, select "Save" in the upper right hand corner.


    Page Anchors:

    Offices can create Page Anchors to direct patients to specific portions of a page on the website following the steps below:

    1. Login
    2. Navigate to the page you would like to edit and select the "Edit" button located on the side of your page. 
    3. Put your cursor in the text location you would like the anchor to be placed (this is where the user will be directed on the page when they click the link you will place at the top of the page). Then click the 'Anchor' button on your editing menu:
    4. After clicking this icon, a box will pop up asking for an "Id". Simply create one based on the section you are making the anchor for. For example, the section we are using here is titled 'After tooth extraction' so I have named my anchor 'afterextraction'. Make sure your title is one word with no spaces or special characters then hit the 'ok' button:
    5. This will insert the anchor icon after the selected text:
    6. After inserting the anchor to the page, we will need to add the link that directs to this anchor. To do this, navigate back up to the top of the page and place your cursor where you would like the text links for your anchor to go, then click on the icon for 'insert/edit link.'
    7. This will open up the following menu: 2023-07-05_11-53-40.png
      In the 'Text' field, type in what you would like the link to read. In my example, we are going with the portion of page we are linking to 'After Tooth Extraction'. Then from the 'Anchor' dropdown, select the anchor we just created 'afterextraction'. Then click 'Ok'.
    8. This creates the link to your anchor on the page. Now when a patient clicks on this link, the page will take them to the corresponding section:
    9. Make sure to save changes using the floppy disk icon and your anchor is ready for use!