Adjusting Your Site's Header & Footer Links

Adjusting Your Navigation Links

Every city is allotted four custom links on their navigation bar:


These links are managed via Radmin -> Content -> Words -> Add Links to Main Nav.


When adding links, please include only the portion of the URL immediately following "https://doxyz.com". So, for instance, if you want to link to "https://do615.com/freeevents", please use "/freeevents" (as shown in the example above).

We recommend changing these links sparingly: It can be jarring for users to have the navigation changed on them too frequently. 

Once you've updated your links, please head over to Radmin -> Advanced -> Caches and bust your Header Cache to ensure that your changes go into immediate effect on the site.



Adjusting Your Featured Links

Every city is allotted ten custom Featured Links. Two additional links -- Artists in (City) and Venues in (City) -- are automatically appended to your list of custom links for SEO purposes.

Your Featured Links display in two locations on your site: First, within your search screen:


And, secondly, within your site's footer:


These links are managed in Radmin -> Content -> Words -> Featured Links.


When adding Featured Links, please use the full URL of the associated page, including the "https://" (as shown in the above example). 

Once you've updated your links, please head over to Radmin -> Advanced -> Caches and bust your Header and Footer caches to ensure that your changes go into immediate effect on the site.


Adjusting Your Social Links

Head over to Radmin -> Content -> Social Links to adjust your city's Social Links. 


Once you've updated your links, please head over to Radmin -> Advanced -> Caches and bust your Footer cache to ensure that your changes go into immediate effect.

Posting To Your Latest / Feed

Your Feed (also called Latest) can serve as a useful catch-all for the best of your city's content. Pro tip: Use your Feed (doxyz.com/feed) as your Instagram bio so that you can promote all recent spotlights via your link in bio.

Feed posts display in two places: On your Feed page (doxyz.com/feed):


And in the footer of your site:


To create a new Feed post, go to Radmin -> Feed and then select New Feed Item in the right side of the screen.


You'll then be brought to this screen:


Let's talk through the fields on this screen:
  • Target is the page which the Feed post will link to. Please add this first, as many of the other fields will be auto-populated with text once the target is set. Any changes to those fields will also be overwritten whenever the target is updated.
  • Title is the title of the Feed post. Make it compelling and concise.
  • Recommended Image dimensions for Feed posts vary by city. Check out your city's Feed before making a post to get a sense for what will look best.
  • The Excerpt field is a great place to expand on the title in more detail.
  • You can use Tags to create different categories of Feed posts and direct users to posts of a certain type.
  • You can use Advanced Fields to schedule Feed posts for later.
Please allow ~10 minutes for a new Feed post to display on your site.

You may also edit existing Feed posts by navigating to Radmin -> Feed and clicking the edit pencil icon to the right of the desired post.

Adding Tastemakers

Each city has the ability to highlight the profiles of certain users. These could be tastemakers, influencers, bloggers, DJs: anyone and everyone whose curatorial ability deserves a special spotlight on your site.

You can control the name of these users via the Radmin -> Content -> Words -> Featured User Noun field.

To add the Tastemaker status to a user, edit their profile within Radmin -> People and check the "All-Star" box within their permissions. Please note that no other permission automatically makes someone an All-Star.

The Tastemakers who have most recently updated their profiles display in your site's search fly-out:


If a Tastemaker asks how they can appear as #1, tell them to edit their profile and make some picks on your site!

Congrats on becoming a wiz at updating all of your site's header and footer links! Please reach out to Support if you'd like anything added to this article.

Header and Footer links are usually checked as part of every city's daily front page checks. To learn more about our recommended workflow for those checks, check out this article: Managing Your Front Pages.
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