1. Choose your template

When choosing between one of our four dynamic templates this will oragnised with the Firefish Customer Team, choose between one of our four dynamic website templates:

Coral

Blowfish

Shark

Clownfish


2. Provide us with requirements for your chosen template

Once you've chosen your dynamic template, advise your onboarding coach of your choice and provide the following:

Logo

We recommend providing logo in PNG format. This is the best quality image for web and ensures that the colours display the same on different browsers.

Check out your dynamic's template FAQ page for logo size we require:

Coral FAQ page

Blowfish FAQ page

Shark FAQ page

Clownfish FAQ page

Colours

When selecting the colours you'd like to use across your new website this needs to be completed by the Firefish Support team. You can either provide specific colour codes and instruction or we'll use the colours from your logo.


3. Add your banner & call to actions (CTA) images

Now that your logo and colours are set up, you should have an idea of the type of banners and CTA's that will compliment your branding.

Your banner image is dynamic, so you can add this and update it anytime within your web content editor on Firefish! For help on how to do this, check out this article on

how to your banner image.

If you have chosen either Blowfish or Clownfish as your chosen template, you will also be able to add call to action images for this part of the template.

These images are dynamic and you will be able to upload these as side images and update them at anytime within your web content editor on Firefish! For help on how to do this, check out this article on how to add side images.


4. Create your web pages

It's time to create your web pages! If you are needing a bit of inspiration on where to start, here are 4 content pages your recruitment website needs.

Not sure how to set these up within Firefish? Here is more information on creating your web content pages.


5. Add your content and imagery

Now that you have added your web pages, it is time to add your content and any imagery you want to use within your content! Here are our top tips for creating content for your website and creating great imagery for your website.

This article explains how to edit content and add imagery on your web pages.


6. Add your SEO keywords

The best way to drive more search engine traffic to your website and rank higher than your competitors online is to ensure all your online content is SEO-friendly.

Adding SEO information like keywords into your Web Content editor will improve your SEO because it tells search engines what your page is about.

Here is more information on how to set up, manage and optimize the SEO tab.


7. Update your social links

Make sure you've added your social links to your branding page so they display on your website and your visitors can also connect with you on these channels.


8. Set up any plugins

Each of our dynamic templates have different plugin options. You will be able to find these under the ‘Optional Extras’ tab on Coral, Blowfish, Shark or Clownfish.

If you are looking to enable one of our plugins, reach out to our Support team who can organise this with you.

Once we have set this up, ensure you add your plugin within the web content editor.


9. Final check

It can be beneficial before going live to ask someone to review your website for any spelling mistakes/formatting issues you may have missed!

Below is a quick list you can check through before going live.

  • All above steps completed

  • Full website proof read

  • Logo/banners/imagery are uploaded in correct format and are high resolution

  • Registration and advert application forms customised

  • Legal plugin updated with your own candidate agreement


10. Go Live

Once you are happy with your website, you will move off your temporary URL and onto your own domain. Reach out to your onboarding consultant who will talk you through going live with your template website and connect you with our Support team!

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