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Add video to the page

There a different elements that allow you to place a video to your website:

  • Hero Teaser (scroll down and at the end you see the option to include a youtube or vimeo link)
  • Video Teaser
  • Text with Image or Video

Important: You can only insert video links from the platform vimeo or youtube.

Link to pdf documents

To link to pdf you can just upload the pdf documents to the media library. 

Then you copy the link from the media pool to clipboard and insert it to the element. Same works for links to images.

Have a look here.

 

 

Internal and external website links

There are some elements that allow you to link to exernal pages or internal to already created pages of your website:

  • Hero Teaser(via a button)
  • Teaser Tiles  (via a button)
  • Text Teaser  (via a button)
  • Testimonial (via a button)
  • Highlight Text (via a button)
  • Linklist
  • Text with Image or Video (via a button)

When you want to link to an internal page you just type instead of the URL the name of the internal page you want to link to. 

Delete a content element

Go to the element with your mouse cursor. Do a right mouse clicke and choose "Delete" from the menu that appears. 

Sizes of image for elements

Overview of all sizes:

  • Home Hero Teaser: 1920x808px
  • Hero-Claim and Hero-Teaser: 1920x633px
  • Teaser Tiles-Big: 1350x667px
  • Teaser Tiles-Small: 676x667px
  • Teaser Tiles two columns: 1080x726px
  • 3er-Text-Teaser: 750x614px
  • 2er-Text-Teaser: 1080x681px
  • Text with with image or video: 1712x1080px
  • Text/Text with two columns: 1080x800px
  • Text/Text with two columns (middle): 1714x1080px
  • Highlight-Text: 1080x681px
  • Testimonial: 1920x703px
  • Image Gallery: 1257x1080px
  • Image: 1920x981px
  • 1er Offer-Teaser: 1701x1080px
  • 2er Offer-Teaser: 1080x720px
  • 3er Offer-Teaser: 750x500px
  • Essential-Event-List: 1080x540px

Resize of image before upload

Please be aware to have the correct copy right to publish any image on your website. Also, make sure to keep the images that you upload as small as possible to not influence the page speed. The ideal size is about 1 MB.

The different design elements with the corresponding sizes are explained in this document. We recommend using the free tool www.canva.com to cut your image to the needed size. If the image is to big please use resizer programmes such as https://tinypng.com/

If you need some html codes please go here:

https://tutorials.handschigl.com/html/5_4_fett_kursiv_und_unterstrichen.php

Make a page a HOME

This can only be done by the LCC HQ. Send an email to and let us know which page shoud be your HOME.

Translate page in different language

  • Click on the + icon
  • Click on "Copy content from English)
  • Click on Publish

Have a look here

Add a page to the website menu

In order for a page to appear on your website menu you have to add it. Go "Appearance" and then click on "Menus". Here is a short explanation on how to do it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5L5wmdKXSC4

Edit travel agency / company contact details

To edit the contact details of your agency you have to go to the menu "travel agencies" and click on "edit" next to you agency. There you can edit all conact details, as well as opening hours. See here.

Add i-frame code to website

You have only restricted access to add i-frames to the webiste. Please send the code to and indicate where you want the i-frame to be placed. 

Do SEO for your page

Your LCC myPage Complete comes already with a SEO Plugin that is essential when it come to the online visibility of you page. Please make sure to optimize all of you pages with the help of this tool that you find when you go to the page settings.

Here is some more information on how to find the right key phrases, meta and SEO titles.

https://yoast.com/tag/content-seo/

If you want to learn more about SEO you can sign up for the f YOAST SEO Academy: https://yoast.com/academy/

You find the plugin when you click on the page. See here.

Copyright of your website

When operating a website you need to make sure don’t violate copyright laws in the design of your site. 

Improper image use is a common legal problem. It may sound obvious, but you should never download an image from Google and place it on your site. These images may be owned by other sites or may be stock images that are licensed to other businesses. By placing them on your own website, you could be violating copyright laws. 

You also need to be careful with stock imagery when finding and purchasing stock images for your site. While there are free stock image sites out there, high-quality sites do better with imagery purchased from a site like Getty Images or Shutterstock. 

Make sure that you are using purchased and properly licensed images from these sites. These companies are able to track down misused images through the metadata and take legal action for misuse. 

If you are working with a web design team, make sure that you are aware of where they are finding their images and what type of licensing each image has. For instance, certain Getty images are licensed for use on a website, but an additional license is required to use the image in printed marketing or advertising. You’ll need to make sure you aren’t unknowingly violating those terms by taking images from your site and placing them in marketing materials. 

Add Cookie Consent Box

It is important to keep in mind that a Cookie Policy isn't only required for businesses based in the EU. Having this policy is also necessary for any website getting traffic from users from an EU member state.

The regulations surrounding cookies make it very clear that a user must take an action which clearly indicates the acceptance of, and consent to, the use of cookies.

User consent can come in many forms, such as replying to an email or clicking an opt-in button on a website.

We recommend using the services of https://www.cookiebot.com/en/. Here you can check your website and see which kind of cookie consent tool you need. If your website is not too complex, the free-of-charge version may do. https://www.cookiebot.com/en/pricing/

How to add the Cookie Consent to your myPage?

  1. Make an acccount at www.cookiebot.com
  2. Insert your domain
  3. Send the Domain Group ID to  

Have a look here.

Here is a tutorial on how to set up the cookie bot in different languages. 

https://support.cookiebot.com/hc/en-us/articles/360003793394-How-do-I-set-the-language-of-the-consent-banner-dialog- 

Important: Only after the go live of your website at www.lcc-sampletravel.com the Cookie Bot will can do the final crawl and estimate the pricing plan that you need for your website (depending on the pages of you website). 

Cookie Declaration (Privacy Policy)

Lega Must-Haves for your website

Here is a list of legal requirements that help to protect your customers and web visitors.

Disclaimer:This is not a 100% complete list and may vary from country to country. Please always contact an local attorney to make sure you have the correct legal wording for your website in place.

Privacy Policy

It tells your customers exactly what personal information you collect from them and what you do with it. It’s one of those elements required by law. There are two major reasons why your site needs a Privacy Policy:

1.Federal law, and in some cases state law, governs the manner in which you interact with your website visitors.

  1. Privacy Policies help you build trust with your potential customers. When you tell your visitors what information you collect from them and how you use it, it gives them confidence that your site is a safe and trustworthy place to play, share, and buy.

What it should contain

The contents of your Privacy Policy depend on the particular law in question and, to some extent, the nature of your website.

This snappy list will get you started:

  • An explanation of the information you collect and what it is used for
  • How people can access and change any information previously collected and/or opt out of mailing lists
  • How you will notify visitors of changes in your Privacy Policy
  • A statement about age restrictions — this one is super important and usually involves restricting the site to individuals who are either 13 and older or 18 and older
  • A statement about any “do not track” signals used
  • A statement about how you share any information you collect (Side note: If you use email marketing software or payment software from a third party, then you do share your customer’s information with a third party. A trusted third party is still a third party, so be sure to say so in your Privacy Policy.)

 Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions are a contract you make with the visitors to your site. They set out the behaviors you expect from your visitors as well as what your visitors can expect from you.

Solidly drafted Terms and Conditions can limit your overall legal liability, protect your valuable intellectual property, and help you collect payments on time. Without Terms and Conditions, any disputes arising from the use of, or purchases from, your site will likely be more messy and expensive.

 

What it should contain

As with Privacy Policies, the contents of your Terms and Conditions are dictated what you offer on your website. If the website is purely inspirational the Terms and conditions are not as complex as if you are selling offers directly on your website.  Here’s a list of what your Terms and Conditions should (probably) contain (at the very least):

  • Where and how disputes will be handled (pick a state, any state …)
  • Limitations on warranty and damages
  • Intellectual Property policy, including how yours can and cannot be used and how you may use the intellectual property visitors post on your site
  • Your right to refuse service, including when and how you can exercise it
  • How purchases are processed, if you are a retailer
  • Refund policy
  • How changes in your terms will be communicated
  • Comment policy

SSL Certificate - page not secure

What is the purpose of SSL certificate?

An SSL certificate is a bit of code on your web server that provides security for online communications. When a web browser contacts your secured website, the SSL certificate enables an encrypted connection. It's kind of like sealing a letter in an envelope before sending it through the mail.

Do I need a SSL certificate

Your website needs any SSL certificate If you’re asking for any personal information. But that’s not all there is to it. Search engines are cracking down on perceived ‘non-secure’ websites. Any websites without the SSL certificate will remain http while those with encryption will show https in users’ browsers. Chrome, Firefox and other browsers have began issuing warnings that non-https sites are insecure. Additionally, Google recently announced SSL is a ranking signal, so unless you have SSL your site will be harder to find, impacting on your traffic and revenue.

How to order a SSL certificate for my LCC Website?

Just send back the attached order form. The costs are 50€ for 3 years. 

Go live with your website

Please communicate the go live date for your website in advance to  . It can take up to 2 weeks until your website goes live.