Widgets are pre-built modules that can be used to add specific functionality to your website. These modules can include various features such as forms, galleries, maps, buttons, social media icons, and more. The use of widgets allows you to add new features to your website without having to write any code. WebCommander offers a range of widgets that can be used to customise your website and make it more interactive for your visitors. Some commonly used widgets in WebCommander are:

  1. Article: You can create and edit articles using the Article widget. This allows you to add text, images, and other media to your content, and format it using the built-in editing tools. You can also choose to display articles in a specific order, and add tags or categories to make it easier for users to find related content.
  2. Text/HTML: The Text/HTML widget allows you to add custom HTML or plain text to your website. This can be useful for adding things like custom scripts, CSS styles, or other advanced features to your pages.
  3. Image: With the Image widget, you can add images to your website. You can upload images from your local system, or choose from a range of pre-built images provided by WebCommander. You can also customise the size and position of your images, and add alt text to improve accessibility.
  4. Product: The Product widget allows you to display products on your website, complete with images, descriptions, pricing, and other details. You can organise your products into categories or tags, and allow users to filter or search for products based on specific criteria.
  5. Category: The Category widget allows you to display categories on your website, providing users with an easy way to navigate and explore your content. You can create and manage categories using the built-in category management tools, and customise the display settings to match your website’s design and style.
  6. Cart: This widget is used to display the items in a user’s shopping cart, and often includes options to edit the cart and proceed to checkout.
  7. Login: The login widget provides a form where users can log in to their accounts on your website. This widget typically includes fields for email/username and password, as well as options for forgotten passwords and creating new accounts.
  8. Navigation: Navigation widgets are used to create menus and links that allow users to navigate your website. They may include dropdown menus, links to different pages, or links to external websites.
  9. Social Media: Social media widgets allow you to display social media feeds, icons, and links on your website. These widgets can help you promote your social media accounts and increase your social media following.
  10. Track Order: This widget allows users to track the status of their orders by entering a tracking number. It may also include a link to the carrier’s website for more detailed tracking information.
  11. Google Map: The Google Map widget allows you to embed a Google Map on your website. This can be useful for showing the location of your business or providing directions to your customers. You can customise the map’s size and zoom level, as well as add markers and labels to help users navigate the map.

At WebCommander, we strive to provide our users with the best experience possible. That’s why we offer a wide variety of widgets to choose from, including those mentioned above. But we’re always looking to improve and expand our offerings. Our team is constantly working to add new and innovative widgets to our platform, so stay tuned for even more exciting options in the future!

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