With Clover, there are currently 7 different page types. With the exception of a basic text page, each page type has something embedded within it: Calendar, Photo Album, Media Player, etc. For example, a page created as a Media page will always have the Launch Media Player button on it. While you won’t see the Launch Media Player button from your Greenhouse it will show up on your live site once you click Publish. Keep in mind, every page has the ability to showcase both text and photos, regardless of page type.
Here are some details on the page options within a Clover Site:
A Text page is the most commonly used page, mostly because it’s so versatile. This is also the only page type that doesn't have something embedded within it, and therefore no Launch Button at the bottom.
A Media Player page is a great way to share your message. It’s easy to upload and edit any audio or video you’d like. You can upload your weekly messages and even create a podcast for it all in one place!
List pages were originally built for staff pages; but with the simple concept of being able to create a any-sized, as-long-as-you-want list, they have a lot of additional uses. A List page is great for displaying staff bios, product information, groups, or lists of social media.
A Donation page is a great way to direct your donors to your online giving. You can integrate any online 3rd party platform through a simple URL. If you're still looking for an online giving resource, you may want to check out Clover Give.
If you have photo albums that you’d like to display on your website, the Photo page is the best way to display multiple photos. You can add captions to each picture, view as a slideshow, and play it all in fullscreen.
The Form page gives you the ability to collect information through your Clover Site. You can create a Form your viewers can fill out with information you want, and have it emailed directly to whomever you choose. You can either design a form from scratch in the Greenhouse, or start with preset forms such as a contact form, registration form, or mailing list sign up.
The Calendar page is designed to have a clean and simplified look, while still providing a wealth of information for your users. You can have all the information needed for any event listed on your calendar. You can also set up repeating events so that your users can see when every event is happening.