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Getting started with the Frontastic Editor

Getting ready to use Frontastic as a Frontend Manager is easy. First, you'll need to log in to your account at [customerid].frontastic.io, for example, awesomeshop.frontastic.io.

Once your company is set up, you'll receive an email from [email protected] which includes a link to register with us (this link is only valid for 48 hours). You'll need to click the link and complete the registration. Once that's done, you'll receive another email with your login details.

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The Email field is case sensitive so be sure to enter it exactly as it appears on your registration email.

If you ever forget your password, just click the Forgot password? link above the log in button.

Please contact us if you need to add a new user to your project team by clicking the Submit a ticket button.

Editor layout

Below is the screen you'll see once you log in to Frontastic. Please note that you may not have access to all the areas so you won't see exactly the same as the image:

The top-left dropdown tells you which project you're in.

The dropdown on the top right is the environment selector, if you're in production and save your changes, they'll go live to customers.

Each icon is an area within Frontastic and by clicking on it, you'll be taken to that area where you can then create and edit the data within your project.

Once you've selected the area you want to go to, you can access any other area at any time via the left-hand navigation or you can click the Frontastic icon to be taken back to the dashboard:

Each category within this section will go through an area within the Editor.

Updated about a month ago


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