Link your SMS or email communications through to a web page to provide your audience with more information, dynamic content, and a way to interact with your message.
Within Whispir, you can build web pages in your Message studio (for quick sends) and in your Workflows (for automation).
Web page builder
To start building your web page, drag and drop components from your menu into the message builder.
Move components up and down in your web builder by holding down the left handle of your component and dragging it to where you would like it to sit.
Delete a component from your design by clicking the right handle (bin icon) of your component.
Tip: Make sure you link your SMS or email to your web page. You can do this by inserting the Web_Link variable in the body of your SMS or Email content.
Components are functions or design elements that make up your web page.
As you drop a component into your message builder, the component settings will replace the menu, where you can then customise your component (colour, padding etc). Close the settings at the top-right to return to your menu and add more components.
Web page components available in Whispir
- Full Width Banner - display an image behind some text (full width)*
- Banner - display an image behind some text (standard width)
- Button - embed a button to direct your audience to a new web page
- Button Group - add multiple buttons for different actions
- Image - add an image link to display an image on your web page
- Text - add text to your web page
- Article Layout - split your section in two halves for text and/or images
- Divider - divide your components with a line
- Footer - add an image, text, and multiple footer links
- Video Player - Embed a video in your web page
(*See our article on Whispir components for more information)
Wherever you can add text, you can also add variables to personalise your message, such as the recipient's first name. Click the purple pill icon to open the variables menu and select to add.
For a full list of variables available in Whispir, see our article on Variables Overview.