How to add a page to your website

Luci PetersonChurch Websites

Your website’s theme uses the Cornerstone page editor for managing and designing pages. To get started, log into your Admin Dashboard at [your URL]/wp-admin. Click on “Cornerstone” in your navigation menu to launch the editor. Then follow these helpful instructions from Cornerstone on how to create and design pages.

How to Change Your Domain Name

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Did you know that your website’s actual address on the internet is just a series of numbers and decimals? A domain name is a keyword that points to that address. It is a word or phrase without spaces, followed by a “.com”, “.net”, or other suffix. For example, the domain name of this website is “”. Without a domain name, it would be difficult for visitors to find your website, so we give websites domain names to make them easy …

7 Things All Church Websites Should Have

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Looking for a new church can be stressful because uncertainty is uncomfortable. When people think about walking through the doors of a strange church, filled with people they don’t know, this can cause anxiety. Today social anxiety is one of the chronic mental health challenges of this age, so we need to do whatever we can to lower the anxiety of our guests. One way to do this is through your church website. Because most guests visit a church’s website …

Why you need to use squeeze pages in your marketing efforts.

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At SermonView, we use squeeze pages all the time (in fact, you’ve probably landed on one before). We don’t just use them for our own marketing but for our customer’s marketing efforts too. Each squeeze page we build to help you reach your community whether it is for events, Bible study leads, or prayer request forms on your church website, guides each visitor to take the next small step, which is to provide you with their contact information and in doing …

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New Content Questionnaire!

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This week we released a new Content Questionnaire for new website orders. The questionnaire features: Unfortunately we’ve had to discontinue form re-dos or the ability to submit more than one form, as we were getting too many duplicate entries, but if you really need to make a correction to something you will have plenty of time to do that during your 30-day website review period. Thank you for all your previous feedback about the Content Questionnaire, which has allowed us …

Create a Photo Consent Form

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If you are looking for photos to use on your Evangelism Website, you may need to get permission from the people in the photos in order to use them. SermonView’s recommended verbage for such a form is as follows: I hereby allow _______________ (the “Church”) to photograph or video record me and freely grant the Church my permission to publish or exhibit, for artistic or editorial or commercial use, any photograph taken of me by the Church. I furthermore unconditionally …

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I Can’t Log into my WordPress Account! Help!

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Click the “Lost your password?” option just below the login form. It will ask you to enter your email address and then it will send you an email to reset your password. Once your password is reset, you should be able to access your account using the new password.

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New Customer F.A.Q. – Your Questions about Your New Website Answered!

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▸How will I know when my new website is finished being built?You will receive an email from us with the subject line “Your Evangelism Website Needs Your Review” along with a reference number for our customer support team. This email will give you the URL where you can visit your site and review it to let us know if any corrections need to be made.▸How should I let SermonView know if corrections need to be made to my new website?When …

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My YouTube Feed Stopped Working – What Happened?!

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The API Key in your YouTube Feeds settings may be restricted. Follow these steps to modify the API key restrictions: After making these changes, try the feed again. Make sure to clear the plugin cache from your site’s WordPress Dashboard > Youtube Feed > Settings > Feeds > Caching > Click the Clear All Caches button.