Career Site Builder: Editor overview

Available for Roles Super Admin, Admin, Team Member, Limited Team Member, Interviewer
Limited to 5 users per Lever instance
Packages Standard Career Site Builder

Lever's Career Site Builder allows you to create your own custom career site connected to your Lever environment. You can use the builder to control the look and feel of your career site, ensuring that each candidate's experience aligns with your organization's brand. In this article, you will learn about the different areas of the website editor. For a demonstration of how to navigate the editor, watch the following video:

The editor's interface has three main predefined sections: the top navigation bar, the left panel, and the content area.

Top navigation bar

Use the top navigation bar to navigate your site, both by moving between different pages and by moving between different device views. Click a page to view it, or click a device to see how your current page looks on that device. The navigation bar has controls to undo or re-do simple actions in the editor, save your current site, and preview or re-publish your site. The top navigation bar also has an indicator for when changes in the editor are saved.

Editor navigation bar


When making changes, please note that different device types (desktop, tablet, mobile) have their own unique header and menu views. Remember to view each device type before launching to ensure the optimal end user experience.  

Left panel

The left panel contains all of the widgets and features. Here you can find tools to edit almost anything on your site. The left panel has features to make broad, sweeping changes to the entire site. For example, changing the color scheme or button design in the 'Design' tab, add new features and widgets with the 'Widget' tab, change your pages' configuration in the 'Pages' tab, and make administrative changes in the 'Settings' tab (for example, changing the site's URL).

Editor left panel

Content area

The content area is where you can move or add any template, or click and edit to change them. The content area allows you to change images, text, edit and delete buttons, and more.

Editor content area

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