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Using Homepage Splash Image Management (Video Tour)
Using Homepage Splash Image Management (Video Tour)

NEW! Update, schedule, and manage your Lovingly Shop Homepage splash image.

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Written by Amy N
Updated over a week ago

Want to change your homepage to better reflect your shop’s vibe? You can easily personalize your Lovingly Shop homepage by changing your splash image.

First, click the “Customizations” icon (the bottom icon) on the Lovingly Account menu. If you have PIN protection enabled, you’ll need to enter your PIN in order to access the customization options. 

In customizations, you’ll see several options under Content Scheduling and Website Branding. Click “Homepage Splash Image” to access your homepage splash schedule. 

At the top of the page, you’ll see your currently active splash image, indicated by the green LIVE to the left of the image.

Below your currently active splash, you’ll also see upcoming default and custom splashes. 

Editing Splash Images

To change the splash image that displays on your homepage, hover over the image you would like to change (current or future). On hover, a pink “Edit” button will appear. Click the pink button to enter edit mode. 

Note: You cannot edit the name or date range for default schedules.

In Edit mode, you’ll see the recommended splash image noted with a green circle and “Recommended.” This is the splash image that we expect to perform the best during this time period, but you’ll also see additional splashes have been selected for this date range as well. You can choose from any of these optimized splashes — just click the splash you’d like to use. 

Once you’ve selected the perfect splash screen for your homepage, click “Set selected splash” in the bottom left corner of the screen. 

You can change your splash again at any time by hovering over the image you’d like to change and clicking Edit. 

Create a Custom Splash Schedule

In addition to editing the existing scheduled splash images, you can select a custom splash schedule using an image from the full library with a date range of your choice. 

Custom schedules let you create a short-term splash schedule, great for promoting a holiday or temporarily changing up your homepage with a new splash image. When you create a custom splash, it will override the default schedule for the period of time that it is live for, even if you have made a change to that default schedule. Once the custom splash ends, your homepage will revert to the active default splash. 

To create a custom splash, click “Schedule Additional Splash” to start a custom schedule.

First, add a descriptive name and a date range for your custom slash. (Note, custom splashes can run for a maximum of 30 days. Custom splashes will override default splashes, but cannot overlap with other custom splashes.)

If you are unable to select a date because the date is grayed out, it could be because you have already created a custom splash during that time period, you are scheduling beyond the default schedule, or these dates are blacked out. Blackout dates occur around large floral holidays. These ensure that the correct holiday is being promoted on your homepage. Though you cannot override a custom splash, you can still change the default splash for this time periods. 

When selecting a splash, use the tags on the right. When you select a tag, the main panel will show only splashes that fit into that category. Browse until you’ve found one that suits your needs. Upon selecting the perfect splash, click “Set Selected Splash” in the bottom left corner of the screen. 

Back on the main schedule screen, you’ll see your custom schedules listed chronologically with the default schedules. (Custom schedules are slightly indented to the right.) To edit again, simply hover over the image and select “Edit.”

To delete a custom splash schedule, hover over the image and click the trash can icon on the top right corner of the image. This icon will only show for custom splash schedules.

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