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The database Ycode uses is PostgreSQL. Click here to read more about PostgreSQL.
A project is the website or web app that you build in Ycode. Every new project is paired with an auto-generated Ycode URL. You can publish your project on this URL or connect your own custom domain.
Yes, for sure! With a few simple steps, you can connect a custom domain via DNS and publish your web project using this new URL. In this documentation, you’ll learn how to connect a custom domain in Ycode.
In the page settings, you can define exactly what is displayed when your page is shared on social media (both the meta data and image).
Learn more about how to edit the social settings in this documentation.
Yes! Navigate to the settings via the left-side panel. Here you’ll find the custom code section, where you can insert the Google Analytics code in the <head></head> tags of your project’s code.
Click here to see the exact steps written down, or watch the accompanying tutorial video.
Absolutely. Head over to your page settings via the left-side panel. Here you’ll be able to mark a checkbox that says “Only authenticated users can access this page”. This enables user authentication.
Click here to learn how to set up authentication pages.
Do you want to select all the text in, let’s say, a paragraph element? There are two ways to do so: you can either double-click within the element or press Control or ⌘ + A to select all content.
Meet components! You can save elements as a component and then reuse it by simply dragging it into your canvas from the components dropdown in the top panel. Learn more in our documentation.
It’s simple! Just select the SVG element and edit the color. We’ll talk more about using SVG icons in Ycode here.
Yes, you can! First copy the HTML embed code from the Facebook post you want to insert (here’s how).
Then in the Ycode top panel, click on the cursor icon to open the dropdown menu. Add the HTML embed element to your canvas, double-click inside the element and paste the Facebook post embed codes from Step 1 and Step 2 below each other*. Now you should see the Facebook post text. Click Save and Preview to view the Facebook post in its entirety.
* Alternatively, you can add the embedded code from Step 2 in the HTML embed field, and add the code from Step 1 in the Custom code section under Settings (left-side panel).
In your Ycode canvas or in the Layers sidebar, click on the slide that the background image should be applied to. Then navigate to the right sidebar and click in the Design tab on Backgrounds. Here you can upload a background image.
You can display such data with dynamic content, you can add a text block in your canvas and connect it to a database field in the settings. Please learn more here.
In Ycode’s local databases, you can select either reference and multi-reference fields. For example: a blog post can have one author (reference) assigned, or many authors (multi-reference) assigned.
Click here to learn how to set up a local database.
Not directly, but you can store your Google Sheets data in Airtable and use our native Airtable integration to show the data in your project. In this guide, you’ll learn how to set up the Airtable integration.