Let’s Get Started!

This checklist will guide you on what we think you should do first:

Main Theme Settings

√ Add/Update your club website’s Main Colors & club logo:

Customize Main Theme Settings

Edit Contact Information

√ Add/Update contact information: 
Edit Contact Information

Edit Social Media Icons

√ Add/Update your social media icons: 
Edit Social Media Icons

Homepage - View Different Sections

√ Get Familiar with the different parts of your Homepage:
What You See On Your Homepage

 

Link above does a quick overview of the following on your Homepage:

  • Topbar
  • Main Menu
  • Hero Header
  • Page Content
  • Footer
Homepage - Edit Hero Header

√ Change Text on your Homepage Header (Hero):

Locate your ‘Homepage Header’ & Edit the following:

    • Change Text
    • Edit Button

Please note: Depending on your club website package, you may have limited feature options. CLICK HERE to learn more about the different packages.

Drag & Drop Editor

√ Get to know the basics of Drag & Drop Editor & Edit your Homepage:  

Please note: Depending on your club website package, you may have limited feature options. CLICK HERE to learn more about the different packages.

Editing your Homepage

Delete Generic News Posts

√ When setting up your site for the first time, we added Generic News Posts for you to see how News Posts will look like on your site. You can easily delete these News Posts any time.

News Posts are good for your organization News.

What next? What You See On Your Club Homepage

You can also search our support articles for something specific

Final Step: "Go Live" and/or Switch to your Custom Domain Name

The next steps should only be done when your site is finished and looks the way you want it to, along with your content.

    • If you have your own custom domain name and are ready to make the switch, please read this: Custom Domain Name.
    • Technically, when you first get your site from GotSport, it’s already live. However, there are a few things we can do to help your site be more search-friendly. If you are ready to “Go Live”, please read this: “Go Live”.