In this chapter, we will talk about app design and what options are available to you.
The app is a special browser built for you with advanced functions such as deep linking and push notifications, so, the design is taken directly from your site URL.
If you determine that the app home page will open your site home page, then the app will look like the home page of your website on a mobile browser.
If you create a special home page for the app on the website and determine that the app will open the new home page, then users who download the app will see the new home page for the app.
That is, the design of the app can be fully controlled by your site and any change will be reflected directly in the app.
what do you do when you want the app to look different from the site?
There are several options, some in changing the site and some of them through our system.
Through your website, you can make changes and even build a special template for the application using the content builder of your site such as Elementor.
Elementor allows you to build templates for content types, which means that if you create a new type of content like app pages on the site, and build a template for this content type, and let the app load the template home page as the app home page.
This way, you can create a situation that the application looks completely different from the site. Also, assuming our plugin is enabled on your site, you can hide some of the sections in Elementor itself so that they are not displayed in apps only.
Another option for hiding elements in the app is to hide elements with CSS through our system. To do this you have to upgrade the subscription to a subscription with an API and then using CSS you can hide elements in the applications.
We’ll talk about that later