Key Elements to Create a Medical Website

More and more people prefer to search for different kinds of services online – and medical services are no exception. In fact, patients continually seek health information and search for new doctors online. Having a medical website can make a patient portal easily accessible and help educate patients about common health issues.
Your website needs to attract and inform both new and current patients. In this post, you’ll find out exactly how to do this by including the essential elements to create a medical website. 

Gain the trust of your patients

To boost your potential patients’ confidence in your care, we recommend that you use the Testimonials widget. You can add this on your homepage for quick and easy access or on a separate page if you have many testimonials to share. 

It’s also a good idea to add a video where your patients can tell their story, which will increase trust in your work.  In other words, don’t shy away from getting feedback that you can ultimately use to shine a positive light on your expertise and practice.

Display your contact information

A good medical website needs to have contact information that can be accessed easily. When you sit down to create a medical website, keep in mind that a user’s eyes will be naturally drawn to the top bar of the header, making it an ideal place to display contact info. It’s worth mentioning that you’ll want to include the number of your medical institution as well as numbers of different specialities. It’s not uncommon these days that people in an emergency situation will come across your information online, so it’s best to include this type of info so they can receive help as quickly as possible. Furthermore, providing an interactive map on the “Contact Us” page will allow visitors to easily locate your hospital or medical center.

Along with the map, you should add a contact form by using the Form element so potential patients can send their questions to you.

Another form that can be added is a booking or an appointment form. You’ll make the right call giving patients the chance to request an appointment online with a simple form. Check out an example of the booking form in the Vet template. A great feature will be to show an appointment form in the popup window via a call-to-action button, which you can place in the header. This allows visitors to book an appointment quickly without searching for a form through the site.

Such an example can be viewed in the Lab template. To open a popup on a button click, you’ll need the JetPopUp plugin, which is bundled in the Jupiter X theme. This video tutorial will help you to implement that feature.

List the services you provide

You have two options in listing the services you provide when you create a medical website: you can either list them on your homepage or you can create a separate page. No matter which you decide, make sure to show it in your navigation menu in the header so the visitors don’t have to search. This info should be easy to find.

You can separate services in tabs by using the Tabs element found in the JetElements plugin. It’ll be easy to read them just by surfing between the tabs as shown in the Psychologist template:

Create a blog page to share news

When it comes to medical websites, a blog can be a very effective tool. It’s a great way to both educate and engage with patients. Educating your patients not only increases awareness of your practice but it also enables you to have in-person conversations with better-informed individuals. As you populate your blog with more content, it’s essential to make that content searchable. You can make content easier to find by categorizing it by topic, featured or most recent.

Make your blog posts easily shareable via social networks by including social media share buttons.

Introduce your staff

When a patient looks for medical help, he or she may worry about what kind of practice you have. In this case, you’ll want to do everything possible to give your visitors confidence in your care. To do this, you’ll need to list your credentials so that people trust that you can make them healthy again. You can also ease their concerns by introducing your medical team so visitors know the types of specialists on staff and their respective experience.. The Team Member element will help you to create this section, as can be seen in the Juno template.

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Show results of your work

It’s often a good idea to provide further confidence in your practice by showing the results of your work through photos. You can show images with the Photo Album element or create a separate Portfolio page and include your portfolio projects as shown in the Almus template.

Let’s say that you have an aesthetic surgery practice. In this case, it would be ideal to show before and after photos for a simple comparison. Image Comparison is the best element to use. A good example of this can be found in Hair Implant template.

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Report your statistics

Another way to give confidence in your work is to show the statistics of what you have achieved. Share how long you’ve been practicing and how many patients you have made healthy and happy. To display this information, you can use the Counter element and you’ll get animated numerical data, which will be more appealing to visitors than just simple static text or a table.

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Provide answers to possible questions

If you create a FAQ page where you answer some popular questions, then this will prevent your potential patients from contacting you via the form and your mailbox won’t be flooded with the emails. It will be easier to read if you list the questions and the answers will be collapsed, so a visitor can click on a question and an answer will drop down. This is possible with the Toggle element which you can find in the Elementor editor. A good example of this is in the Treatment template.

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List which insurance you accept

This info will be useful for potential patients, so they don’t pay any extra fees but pay less out of their own pockets. To list the insurance companies, you can show their logos and Brands element will be helpful here. This element is part of the JetElements plugin, which is bundled with the Jupiter X theme. Check an example of the Insurance logos with Brands element in this template.

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Make sure the site is mobile friendly

If the website isn’t responsive on a tablet or phone screen, users will scroll by and continue their search. This is a big problem on your part as a lot of Internet users have mobile devices and they use them actively. Even if you have a nice site, you can lose your potential patients if it’s impossible to see it on a small screen of a mobile device. 

You should consider this aspect at this stage of site creation.

Wrapping up

Your website can be a great tool to inform and educate visitors on your website. If you want to find an easy way to create a medical website and launch it with all of these key features, Artbees templates will help you in this situation. There are a lot of templates you can choose from and you’ll get a readymade website so you won’t have to pay a web designer.

Key Elements Needed to Create an Online Store

It’s well known that online shopping is big business. Online shops are popular for obvious reasons. Customers don’t have to leave their homes, they don’t have to wait in queues and they can shop 24/7. Even if you’ve never built a website before, you can create an online store  with ease. The Woocommerce plugin will help you do just that. It’s bundled in the Jupiter X theme so you can install it easily.

During the process of building up your own online store, you might be wondering which elements are the best to display products as well as to create custom templates and single product pages. Below I’ve provided some tips that will help you attract buyers and boost sales.

Design the look of your online store

First, you need to consider design when sitting down to create an online store. Focus on simplicity, and everything that you do should be in line with what you would like to accomplish. Alternatively, you can get a ready-made template and customize it to your own needs. Fortunately, there are great ecommerce templates for Jupiter X provided by Artbees that have clean designs, intuitive layouts and follow the latest web design trends.

Don’t forget to continuously update and add fresh content to your site to keep visitors coming back for more.

Introduce your e-commerce experts

Aside from wanting to find out more info about your product, visitors want to know more about you and your business on a personal level. The “About Us” page is a great place to both add such content and to introduce your team using the  Team Member element. This allows you to explain to your customers who everyone is and what they do. Describing who your team members are outside the office and providing contact info is also a great idea. These details make the team and the company much more relatable and friendly. Check out the Flowerpot template with the example of the Team Member element.

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Contact information

When you’re looking to create an online store, keep in mind that your contact information should be clear and easy to find. Make sure to mention your contact email, address and social media channels. All this info can be placed on the Contact page and such elements like Icon List and Icon Box will help you to style these fields.
What kind of Contact page would it be if there was no contact form? Remember to add the Form element to this page as is shown in the Watches Shop template.

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Show off your partners

It’s important to establish your reputation in order to gain the confidence of your visitors. You can do this by showing which companies you work with. They don’t necessarily need to be big companies –  even smaller companies can add a degree of trustworthiness to your enterprise. To show your partners, it’s better to use the Brands element where you can display your partners’ logos as can be seen in the Pollux template:

Gain your visitors’ trust by adding product reviews

Online shoppers can’t meet retailers in-person, so they have no choice but to rely on other buyers’ feedback. The Woocommerce plugin allows customers to leave ratings and reviews on product pages, which saves consumers time by quickly showing what other customers think about the product. 
Furthermore, you can blockquote the reviews and show them on other pages with help of the Testimonials element. Don’t hesitate to ask your customers to leave a review after making a purchase. Customers who are satisfied with your product will be glad to share their positive experience with others. Refer to the Chaldene template for an example.

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Display your best sellers

You’ve already spent a lot of time and effort in getting customers to your store – however, many of them still leave without buying anything. This means that you might have only a few seconds to capture and retain a visitor’s attention by showing the right product. And if you don’t do this correctly, they just might decide to leave and look elsewhere. That’s why it’s so important to get the right products in front of your customers quickly.
Best sellers can help you make more sales and profit from your existing traffic. With the Products element, you’ll be able to select which products to show. Check out the Clothing Shop and Decoration Shop templates for examples.

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List the categories for an easier search

When creating products, you assign them to different categories. This helps to differentiate the products between various criteria. The Category page is vital to help you narrow down options for people and guide them to their desired product page so they can make a purchase. 
To showcase categories, you can use the Categories element where you’ll be able to select Woocommerce categories as an option. There is also a possibility to create a custom category template with the JetWooBuilder plugin. Instructions are laid out in this article. Take a look at the categories grid in this Food Delivery template.

Make sure your store is mobile-responsive

When creating an online store, it’s important to keep in mind that many people nowadays use their phones or tablets to make online purchases. This means that you need to ensure that your site design is mobile-friendly, so buyers can shop no matter which device they’re using. When creating content with the Elementor editor, you can customize it for different devices: mobile, tablet and desktop. Here are the options they provide:

It’s better to use vertical designs over horizontal designs for easier scrolling and content viewing on phone screens.

Make use of social media!

Advertising on social media channels is a powerful way to connect with lots of potential customers in fun, creative ways. There are tons of social media networks, but the ones you’ll probably find the most valuable are Instagram and Pinterest.

Because both of these are more image-driven platforms, they align well with selling products.

Instagram will give you a way to showcase your product itself, along with how it’s commonly used. Pinterest, on the other hand, gives you the opportunity to create and share content that’s related to your niche and drive targeted traffic back to your site.  
You can also display Instagram photos on your site by using the Instagram element.

Create custom archive and single product pages

Using the standard Woocommerce pages is boring. In other words, creating your own template for your shop pages would be much more interesting. We’ve got great news for you! You can do exactly this with the JetWooBuilder plugin – which is conveniently bundled into the Jupiter X theme. This is the perfect tool for quickly and effortlessly setting up a stylish web store. Inside the pack of the plugin, there’s a powerful set of WooCommerce widgets. Furthermore, the JetWooBuilder does not require extra skills as it’s quick, intuitive, and user-friendly. 
You can read more about how to create custom templates for product pages in the following articles:

Build a Powerful WooCommerce Website using JetWooBuilder and Jupiter X


Meet JetWooBuilder! The Ultimate Tool to Create Unique Product Page Templates With Jupiter X

Build relationships with customers

Email marketing is an easy way to build relationships with your customers. You’ll need to collect the emails of buyers and make sure that they want to receive messages from you. One of the methods to ask buyers whether they want to receive email notifications is by displaying a pop-up window while they’re browsing.  I also recommend that you track which customers unsubscribe from your email list as this is quite useful. You can use this info as well as other details from their buyer profile to figure out why they might have unsubscribed and how you can prevent future cancellations.

To create a pop-up window, you can use the Jet Popup plugin, which is bundled in the Jupiter X theme as well. Having a pop-up is a great feature as it’s the first thing that visitors see when they go to your site. It immediately catches their attention. Also users cannot ignore the pop-up.

And the Subscribe Form is an appropriate element to use in the pop-up window so you’ll be able to collect the buyers’ email and notify them with updates about your products. Check out an example of the pop-up and subscribe form in the Shoes Shop template.

Don’t hesitate to offer discounts

Offering discounts on purchases is a way to get visitors into your store quickly. Discounts don’t only help your shoppers – they also help your business. Your sales will increase and your  reputation will be improved, so discounts may be that one ingredient that can bring success to your business.

If a discount is time-limited, the buyers will be forced to act at that moment. Here, the Counter element will be quite helpful. With Counter you’ll be able to set a time limit, and it’ll be a last chance to get a discount on everything (or almost everything), so the buyers must act fast!

Limited-time discounts are a smart marketing move. Visitors will get on them like there’s no tomorrow – that is, as long as you’re honest about it. If you say your offer ends on Friday, it should end on Friday. Otherwise, your buyers won’t act quickly the next time because they’ll expect the offer to last longer.

Wrapping up

In short, there’s not much of a debate anymore over whether or not to create an online store. There are tons of advantages: your store will be open 24/7 and customers will be able to make purchases by simply clicking on a button. An online shop also removes the barriers of travel and parking, which allows you to reach more customers. And online store owners get to enjoy the fact that their store’s doors never close.

In this article, we took a deep dive into how you can build up your own store online quickly and easily in Jupiter X. So save time and energy and create a shop site with a Jupiter X template. There are many templates to choose from, so the creation process will be much easier for you!

Everything You Need to Know to Create a Music Website

Want to create a music website but don’t know where to start? You’ve come to the right place! In this article, we’ll show you how to create an effective music website that will impress both your fans and industry professionals.

Starting a professional music website with WordPress is key for more visibility to gain more fans and followers. Below, we’ve gone ahead and listed some key elements that you can incorporate to create a music website.


Slider is an excellent way to display information – such as images from your concert – in an organized and compact manner. Slider galleries are excellent for organizing content into a neat, clean module. Refer to the example below from the Aoede template:

Everything You Need to Know to Create a Music Website
slider from the Aoede template


Rather than redirecting fans to YouTube, focus their attention on your videos that are embedded directly onto your music website. One of the dangers of YouTube is that there might be hundreds of live videos filmed by your fans on the platform that might not best represent your band. 

When it comes time to create a music website, keep in mind that you should place your most recent or most popular videos at the top of your Videos page. Don’t forget to update the page with new videos to keep the content fresh. Check out the example of the video below in the Jazz Club template.

Everything You Need to Know to Create a Music Website
A video in Jazz Club Template

Images Layout

A Photos section is an essential menu option to have on your music website. It’s no secret that fans like to browse photos of their favorite bands. If you include an Images Layout element, then it will keep fans browsing your website for longer. 

Creating separate galleries for different kinds of photos makes it easier for people to find the content they’re looking for – as you can see in the  Aoede and Apollo templates. So you should have separate galleries for official photos, live photos, fan photos, etc.

Everything You Need to Know to Create a Music Website
Image Layout

Audio element

When making a music website, you must also have a music player as your fans should be able to listen to your songs. In this way, the Audio element is extremely useful. Allowing your visitors to listen to your tracks is great for your fans and will help make your music heard and known.

You can also include some text about your music as well. For this, check out how the Audio element works in the Podcast template.

Everything You Need to Know to Create a Music Website

Countdown Timer

The power of the countdown timer is that the ticking down of the clock adds extra urgency in the customer’s mind. You can use it when selling tickets to your concert as shown in this template.

Also, a great example of the countdown is in the Pasithee template. The fans will see that time is running out, which will become a factor in their purchase decision.


Creating the Events page while creating a music website will allow you to notify your fans about upcoming concerts, provide detailed info on showtimes, cover charges, opening bands, and the venue.

Here, you can also showcase one of your best live videos so fans know what to expect if they come to see your show.

You can also use multiple calendars on your Events page, which means that you could, for example, a local shows list plus a touring list. Take a look at the Aoede and Pasithee templates to find out how the Events page might look.

Everything You Need to Know to Create a Music Website

Team Member

Introduce the band to your fans. Describe who you really are and what makes you different from the rest. You can also include social links of each team member so the visitors can follow their favorite musicians. Don’t forget to mention all the accomplishments that you have achieved. Check out the Thyone and Aoede template to view an example.


Testimonials are an excellent addition to every music website. At least one or two should be placed on the home page. Placing more testimonials on other pages of your site – such as your About page – is even better.

Testimonials are effective, because they are based on actual experience, and visitors to your site will see what you have to offer they will have a real reason to believe and will become your new fans. The Thyone and Night Club Listing templates include testimonials, so you can view the examples.

Everything You Need to Know to Create a Music Website

Contact Form

Contact Forms are a must-have to allow site visitors to get in touch with you. This is especially important for media or industry professionals.

Use a custom form with fields requesting site visitors to fill out specific information. These details are then compiled into a neat email that will be sent to you, as seen on the Thyone and Apollo templates. 


Creating a blog on your site will allow you to provide your audience with frequent and regular content to tell your story, showcase your music, and expand your ideas. It also allows you to differentiate yourself and show your fans the person behind the music. It’s a place where you can connect with your fans through music and your interests and even attract new fans. To show blog posts, you’ll need to use the Posts element and style the look as you want in the element settings.

Everything You Need to Know to Create a Music Website

Wrapping Up

In this article, we presented the key elements needed to create a music website and showed you different web templates for musicians that look very professional. So with this article at your disposal, the process of building up a music website shouldn’t be overly complicated. We hope this article will help you to create a great website that showcases your brand, and your music in a professional way online.

Key Elements for Creating a Financial Website

Creating a great website is a challenge in and of itself. No matter what your business is, you need to find ways to make the site interesting so you can attract visitors. This is particularly true for the financial sector, which encompasses numerous businesses and services – such as startups, private firms, small businesses, investment firms, financial advisors and more. If you’re worried about the features that you should include in your finance website, we’re here to help you! In this blog post, we’ve gone ahead and listed some key elements that you can include for creating a financial website.

Interactive videos

It’s a fact that videos attract visitors to websites, and a good video can definitely leave a lasting impression on your visitors.  Your site should have videos that offer details of the website services, how customers can benefit by signing up among others. Ultimately, this will make your site more interesting.

Diagrams & charts

In today’s world, we’re inundated with data – more than ever before in history. In order to present all this data, we need to use text, tables or graphs while creating a financial website.

Graphs, charts and diagrams present information in a consistent and compact manner, allowing for target audiences to quickly grasp the meaning behind the data. For example, pie charts compare parts to a whole and show a percentage distribution. While the pie represents the total data set, each segment of the pie is a particular category within the whole. Many types of charts and graphs are available, which allows businesses to easily select the best way to present their information.

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Progress bar

Progress bars are a great way to display varying types of data and content in an easily digestible form to your viewers. This element also offers numerous options for easy customization, such as color, size, borders and the ability to choose where the relevant text will appear. If you’d like to learn more, check out the examples in Jupiter X Startup and Cryptocurrency templates.

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Financial indexes

A financial index is a measure of a stock market that helps investors compare current prices with past prices to calculate market performance. This info will be very useful for your visitors, because they will be able to determine returns over time by comparing past and current index levels.

To show the indexes as in the picture, you can use the Image Box and Heading elements. Add an image and the currency name in the Image Box and the price and percent values in the Heading. Make sure to include financial indexes while creating your financial website as they will help your customers make better investment decisions.

List your clients

When someone visits your website, they should be able see your previous or current clients, which will in turn create trust. This is a great way to help ensure that visitors will contact you.  Client logos serve as social proof and is one of the easiest, most effective ways to gain customer trust. The Brands element will help you accomplish this.

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The Brands widget enables you to display logos, as well as post the company’s name, add a description and link to their website.

So, if you’ve got clients, don’t hide them – especially if they are well-known companies. You may impress upon your visitors that if they work with you, they can achieve success equal to those companies. Jupiter X Startup template has a fantastic example of the Brands element.

Create a FAQ page

In business, time equals money, and a well-built FAQ page will save time that you would otherwise be spending in fielding emails and phone calls. Chances are that your customers will want to find more information about your businesses as well as products/service by going to your FAQ page. To create such a page, elements such as Toggle and Accordion will help you the most.

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Providing information in a question and answer format is useful for customers to know what you do (and what you don’t). As a tip, keep your FAQ answers concise and include links to more in-depth information elsewhere on your site as it’s an important search ranking factor.

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Introduce your financial experts

The visitors who come to your website will want to check out your  About Us section as well. It’s here where they’ll get a good idea about your company and whether or not the company is reliable, how long it’s been in the industry and the team.

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To easily create an About Us page, we recommend using the Team Member element which has been added to the Crypto Currency template. Don’t hide faces – be more friendly to your potential customers!


Tabs divide content into meaningful sections, which then in turn occupies less screen space. In this way, users can easily access the content that they are interested in (rather than sifting through all the content in paragraphs).

Tabs can also improve the visual aspect of a website. Due to their functionality, it’s very hard for users to miss them. Note that if you’re going to use tabs for navigation purposes, it’s best to place them in the top part of your web page – which is where users expect to find them.

Tab labels should be written in plain language. This makes it easier for users to scan and to predict the type of content for each tab. To see how the tabs may look on your site, check out Jupiter X Cryptocurrency template.


Displaying testimonials on your website is a great way to show that previous customers have been satisfied with your services and offerings.

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Here are some statistics about testimonials to keep in mind while creating a financial website:
92% of consumers say they read testimonials and customer reviews when deciding to make a purchase

72% of consumers trust businesses more if they’ve read positive testimonials about those businesses

88% of consumers trust these testimonials just as much as a personal recommendation.So, find your top testimonials, and add them to your homepage. Don’t post only text (it’s boring). Add photos and write who the customer is and what they do. A similar example is shown in the Startup template of Jupiter X theme.

Contact Form

If you run a business, it’s important for customers to be able to contact you easily, whether they want to buy a product, sign-up for something or ask questions. Contact forms give your users the impression that you are available. Even though you can’t be available 24/7, you want to provide a way for visitors to contact you. Contact forms let you do just that.

You may need to collect some extra information from your visitors. With the Form element, you can easily require details such as their phone number or what product or service they’re looking for.

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The best way to do this while creating a financial website is to make a Contact Us page and add a contact form that can be easily accessed.

Flip box

With the flip box, you can design your offers or discounts with animation effects both for back and front content separately. You can style your services or packages with flip effects to remove the monotonous representation of content. The element that can give you such an effect is the Animated Box.

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The Font Awesome icons are integrated there. You can put a title on the front and backside, add buttons to your content and the box height will extend based on the amount of content you use. You can also customize the background on the front and back side, the flip effect, the flip direction, the flip duration, the border size, the border radius and have full control over the front and backside colors.

The Animated Box not only adds dynamic style to your site but also saves some space to represent the products, services or any other important documents. The content styled with the Animated Box will immediately draw your visitors’ attention. You can find some examples of flip boxes in Jupiter X Eileithyia and Startup templates.

Wrapping up

We hope these tips will be very helpful for you and the aforementioned elements will further streamline creating your financial website.

There are other elements you can use, and you can find them in the finance templates for Jupiter X. If you think some elements are missing in the above list, feel free to share your ideas and experience with any other elements.

Bon Voyage! Key Elements for Creating a Hotel Website

Creating a Hotel Website Featured

If you have a hotel and want to showcase all its features, then you’ll need to create a site so visitors can learn all the need-to-know info and services on offer. You’ll also be able to offer online bookings, which will be much more convenient for your prospective customers. In this article, we’ll take a look at five Jupiter X hotel templates and highlight the key elements you’ll need when creating a hotel website.

Visual Presentation

Presenting your hotel visually through the use of images will allow your website visitors to see how comfortable the rooms are and what to expect upon arrival. You can create 3-4 columns and add an image element to each. You can also make use of a switch feature to show a different image on the hover as it’s shown in the Fortuna template:

Creating a Hotel Website Visual

While creating a hotel website, keep in mind that images help you make the best first impression. They give your visitors the power to visualize, which in turn creates more opportunities for sales.

However, we suggest against the overuse of images on your website when text is more appropriate. Text is better for search engine optimization because index robots can index each word, meaning there’s a good chance your hotel will appear first on the search engine list.

Additionally, overdoing it on the images can make your webpage look too cluttered. In other words, use images meaningfully.

Form builder

Having a booking form on your hotel site will simplify the reservation process for a user. You can create a simple form in seconds with the Form element. Just drag and drop this element to your page, edit the placeholders, add an action email to collect the information and that’s it! You now can receive bookings.

Avoid too many fields and ask questions with short answers as much as possible in order to make the booking process easy and efficient.

The form used in the Jupiter X Luxury Hotel template is a good example.

Creating a Hotel Website Form

Another element you can use for the booking process is the JetEngine plugin. It’s bundled in the theme, and you can install it easily via the Jupiter X Control Panel. The plugin authors created a tutorial to describe how a booking form can be made with JetEngine.

To see how it looks, you’ll need to check the Hotel Listing template:

Creating a Hotel Website JetEngine


The Counter element will add credibility to your hotel, increasing trust among existing customers and creating new potential visitors. The Counter element will allow you to show the number of satisfied customers, rooms at your hotel, certifications awarded, as well as any other interesting figures.

Here is an example of the Counter element in action in the Jupiter X Vyasa template:


Displaying testimonials on your website is a great way to show that previous customers have been satisfied with your services and offerings. In turn, this will promote your hotel and provide potential customers with guidance in choosing your accommodation. With the Testimonials element, while creating a hotel website, you can add a beautiful set of customer testimonials, customize the style and play with its animation settings. The Jupiter X Hotel Listing template features a nice example of this element in action:

Creating a Hotel Website Testimonials

Make your testimonials eye-catching by adding an image next to your customer’s statement, which will help boost confidence and trust in your services.

Check out the following example in the Fortuna template:

It’s been proven that testimonials can help businesses grow. How does that happen? Like this: people first search for info about your hotel before submitting a booking form. If the testimonials are positive, then potential customers will be more drawn to your hotel. Of course, this means more business for you.


You can showcase various types of rooms with a portfolio so customers can visually choose what best fits their needs.

This can be achieved by using the Posts element. There are many features to play with, and you can customize everything to your taste, skin type and layout. Good examples of a portfolio are visible in the Luxury Hotel and Marble Producer templates:

Your portfolio should offer information about your hotel and allow prospective clients to browse through the hotel features.


It’s no surprise that people online are more attracted to visuals than to text. Visitors to your website prefer looking at more images, and a slider can help you obtain this goal without causing any problems.

In this way, the Slider widget is invaluable while creating a hotel website. You can showcase your hotel’s main features or show fantastic landscapes that the visitors can view from their rooms.

Want to tell a visual story about your hotel, but don’t want to use a lot of vertical scrolling to do so? A slider does this for you. Creating a bright and attractive slider will liven up your website page.

Creating a Hotel Website Slider

Introduce your team

Let your visitors know who is working at your hotel. Describe the main positions and how qualified they are. Your customers should know that your team is professional! The Team Member element allows you to do exactly this. Check out the Hotel Listing template to see how it might look on your site:

Creating a Hotel Website Team

Create a filter for faster search

Allowing your visitors to find appropriate hotels or search for the rooms with specific requirements by using a filter will give you a leg up. It’ll shorten the amount of time that visitors will put into their search, and they’ll be able to select only the features they need.

To implement such a filter on your site, you’ll need to use the JetSmartFilter plugin, which is bundled in the Jupiter X theme. The image below shows a good example of it in the Hotel Listing template.

Here is a detailed tutorial about creating the search filter.

Listing Grid

This element gives you the possibility to build a listing for any post type or taxonomy, and use it to showcase the posts and terms in the form of a grid layout. You can post information about upcoming events, new specials, and features offered by your hotel. A listing grid is an easy way to display such content and make it visible to the people who are searching for information about your destination.

To learn more, then make sure to read this tutorial.

Wrapping Up

The aforementioned elements are not the only ones used in creating a hotel website. They are website tips that’ll simplify the creation process.

Feel free to check the list of the hotel templates for Jupiter X where you can find the readymade design provided by Artbees experts. Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments if there are any elements you think are missing and should be included in this list. Feel free to share your experience putting these practices into use on your hotel website.


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How to Restrict WordPress Website Content

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If you have a website, you may need to restrict the content of a WordPress website to certain people. You might want to set the content of the site visible only to logged-in users – or you might need it to be even more specific and make it visible to logged-in users with defined roles. WordPress allows you to assign each logged-in user with specific roles. One can then use this role and set content to be either visible or hidden.

Why would you need to restrict content?

There are many reasons – and many ways – you can restrict WordPress website content.

Usually, such restrictions are necessary if you offer your users the chance to download an e-book, file or something else in return for doing something like registering, subscribing to a newsletter or publication.

There are certain benefits for all those WP users and web owners who try to restrict content on a WordPress website. In particular, it will help them create a stronger and larger community around their specific business or undertaking and make more money from “selling” access to tutorials, learning courses, documents, instructions, videos, and audio recordings, as well as from any other type of multimedia or content.

If you want to restrict content on a WordPress website, there are some options available:

  • Set password protected and private pages
  • Create a simple Members Area on your WordPress site through coding
  • Free plugins that will help you control access to your site’s pages, posts, and other content

Restricting content through coding can be tricky for many users, so we’ll discuss the WP plugin you can use to limit access to different types of content.

Password protected pages

The simplest way to restrict access to your page is to use the ‘visibility‘ settings that WordPress provides by default.

You can find these options in the right-hand panel when you add a new page or post:

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Under the visibility settings, there are three options:

Public – Under this default setting, the content is available to all site visitors.
Password protected – Only the readers with the page’s (or post’s) password can unlock access to the content.
Private – This option allows access to specific users based on their role.

In other words, the password protected and private visibility options allow you to restrict content.

Password protected pages/posts

This option helps you to have specific pages and posts that are password protected simply by assigning a password to that page (or post). Anyone who knows the password can access the content.

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Marking pages/posts private

Private pages don’t require individual passwords to unlock. Access to such pages is granted after checking a user’s role. Typically, only site admins or editors can view such private pages. For others, such pages will display a “Not Found” message or might not even load.

So the big difference between password protected and private pages is that if you don’t have sufficient privileges to view a page, then it won’t be displayed on the website anywhere. To avoid coding when creating a members area, consider installing one of the following plugins. They can help you protect your content from unregistered users:

Paid Memberships Pro – With this plugin, only your members will get access to different content of your website such as pages, posts, categories, and more.
Restricted Site Access – This plugin limits access to your site to visitors who are logged in or are accessing site content from a specified IP address range. Guests can be redirected to a different page including a login page or a message displayed by you.
Ultimate Member – This is a simple and effective plugin that makes it possible to create an easy registration form and to build new communities online. You can create custom user roles and also engage in content restriction on a global scale and on a per post/page basis. This plugin differentiates between three categories: logged-in users, logged-out users and everyone else.

Let’s install the Ultimate Member plugin on the Jupiter X site as an example of restricting WordPress website content.

To install Ultimate Member, you can check out our article, which provides instructions on how to install any compatible third-party plugin. To get started with Ultimate Member, we suggest that you also read their documentation.

After the installation of the plugin, you’ll see the menu labeled “Ultimate Member” in your WP Dashboard. After clicking the menu, you will be able to see the settings. In the settings, you can manage everything including user roles, emails, access control, etc.

Before setting up the plugin, you’ll have to go to the general settings and tick the box labeled “Anyone can register.” This way, every user who is visiting your website will be able to register and become a member of your community.

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After that, check out the users setting where you can set the default roles of the members or subscribers. You can set all the fields based on your requirements.

Then you can move to the Access bar where you can manage the accessibility of the website for general users and community members.

You can also build your own restricted access message that users will see when they are trying to access the content they don’t have permission to use or see. You can also restrict, post, page, category and taxonomy access if you want.

If you would like to know how to restrict content for different users, you can read the detailed instructions in the plugin’s documentation.

To learn how to create a registration form on your website, you can refer to this article, which also has detailed instructions.

Setting up a membership website with Ultimate Member is easy. However, you can use any other membership plugin that you think will be better for you, and you’ll be happy with the results. In any case, Ultimate Member offers several benefits and multiple features including front-end user registration/login, front-end user profiles, a drag and drop form builder, and much more.

Wrap up on how to restrict WordPress website content

While it’s possible for you to build a completely private website, sometimes it’s easier to just deny your visitors access to certain content based on their user roles. Select a plugin that you find is the best for your needs and set to display content to a specific group of visitors.

In this particular article, we described how to install and restrict WordPress website content using the Ultimate Member plugin on a Jupiter X site. We’re excited to hear about your experiences or questions, so please comment below!


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