Knowledgebase: Weebly
Publish Your Weebly Site
Posted by ASO Admin on 27 February 2020 08:23 AM

You've built and styled the heck out of your site and you want it up on the web! Easy... let's publish it.

Publish Your Site

To publish your site:

  1. Make sure you are logged into Weebly and within the website you want to publish

  2. Check to make sure you like the way every page and every part of your website looks (click through the Build, Design and Pages tabs to be double-sure)

  3. ​Click the Publish button in the top right-hand corner of your dashboard​ 

    This will bring up a verification box, letting you know your site has been Published. 

  4. Click the published URL, as circled in green above, to view your live site (you can also hand out this URL so other people can see your site)​

  5. Use the Facebook and Twitter buttons at the bottom of that pop-up to link your friends and followers to your site via those social media channels

  6. Click the 'X' in the top right-hand corner of the pop-up to continue editing your site, which is now live

  7. If you need to un-publish your site for any reason, click the Settings tab and scroll down to the bottom to the Un-publish section to take your site down from the web

Make Changes to Your Published Site

After your site is published you can make changes to it and re-publish—easy as pie!

To make changes to an already published site:

  1. Log into Weebly and navigate to the site you want to change​

  2. Make your changes in the Weebly editor dashboard, like you normally would

  3. Click the Publish button near the top right to re-publish your changes

Boom! Changes are live.

Note: if you aren't seeing your changes after you've republished, your page may be showing as cached. Clear your cache and reload the page to see your changes.



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