How to Build your first eCard

I.How to Build Your My Worlds Smartest eCard

  1. After activating your account, log in to your eCard site using the login credentials we sent you with this link: SITE NAME)/wp-admin
  2. After logging in you will be taken to your dashboard. Your dashboard should look like this:



I.i.i.2nd Step – Adding Logos, Background, and Fonts

Click eCard Builder Section and go to General:

  1. Upload your favicon
  2. Upload your Logo
  3. Choose body background
  4. Choose content background

Then go to Typography Section:

  1. Choose font color
  2. Choose font
  3. Choose font size
  4. Choose Font style
  5. Choose font variant
  6. Choose font weight
  7. Choose letter spacing
  8. Choose text decoration
  9. Choose text transform 

I.i.ii.Step 3 - Add Profile and Upload Resume/CV

On the profile section, you can add your name, profession, about yourself, birthday, etc. (All items are optional)

Then head to attach CV section and upload your CV/Resume. Viewers of your eCard can download the document you uploaded.

I.i.iii.4th Step - Add your contact details

Head to Contacts section and add your contact details. (All items are optional.)

1.Address - input Address

2.Phone - if you want the phone number as a link (people can click it) please don't erase the code and just edit the number (edit the number in red color below):


3.Email - same goes for email. If you want people to have the ability to click it please don't erase the code and just           edit the email address (red color below):">

4.Website - if you want this to be a link also, please don't erase the code and just edit the website address (red below):">


I.i.v.Edit QR Code

Under Footer you will also find a QR Code. You also have the option to add a QR Code on your ecard. 

  1. Go to a QR Code Generation site. (We recommend QR CODE GENERATOR)
  2. Change the default QR Code image by highlighting it and uploading your generated image. 

* Recommended size for the qr code is 40x40. - Frontpage


  1. This is your front page/main eCard. about
  2. Please make sure that the page is blank and under "Page Attributes", the template that is being used is "Home Template".




This is where the media uploads will display.

  1. Do not add anything to this page except this [portfolio].
  2. Template should be set in default.



This section is where you edit your resume that is displayed on the resume section of your ecard.

  1. Open the pages section and look for the resume page
  2. We have provided 5 resume templates that you can edit, or you can customize one yourself.
  3. To apply a template, open the page and copy the contents, go to the main 'Resume Page' and paste.
  4. Then proceed to edit with your credentials
  5. If you are familiar in using shortcodes you can use this to make your custom resume. Just click the vision button on the text editor.


I.i.ix.Soundcloud and Video

  1. Soundcloud

This is where you add your songs or playlist from Soundcloud. You can add any user and add their uploaded songs on your profile. To add tracks or playlist use the 'Soundcloud' page from the list of your pages.

2. Video

This is use to display a video to your eCard. You can upload one or you can add a link from Youtube or Vimeo. For adding a link you must use a shortcode. Be sure that you are on the text window of the editor.




I.i.x.Add your email to the contact page

  1. Contact Form

People can contact you by filling in the form on your contact page. On the dashboard you will find the section Contact. Click it. You will find one item, click edit.








For you to get the email we must add your email to the contact form. To do this please follow the video below:

2. Map

The address you will put on your profile will automatically be populated into the map.







Watch the video below to see it in action:

I.ii.eCard Dashboard

You can customize your eCard using the sections on your dashboard. Here are all the sections and their descriptions:

  1. eCard Builder Dashboard
  • Home - This is used to go back to your main dashboard page
  • My Sites - This link will take you to all the sites on the network that you are registered in. (You can only edit your eCard site and the Global Agents site if you are registered to be a global agent. All other sites are read-only)
  1. eCard BuilderThis link will take you to the main builder.
  • General – Add favicon, logo, and backgrounds.
  • Typography – You can choose your font here. We have the standard fonts and Google Fonts.
  • Profile – In here you can add your name, profession, description of yourself, etc.
  • Attached CV – You can upload a document here and people that you share your ecard to, can download it.
  • Contacts – You can add your contact information here (Address, Phone, email, website)
  • Social Profiles – You can add your social media profiles here.
  • Footer – You can add your ecard footer here.
  1. Pages
  • Download eCard as image – this page can produce a screenshot of your ecard page. Just hover on it and click “view”. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU NEED TO SET YOUR ECARD SITE AS PUBLIC FIRST, OTHERWISE IT WILL PRODUCE A SCREENSHOT OF THE LOGIN PAGE.
  • Resume – You can edit your resume that can be seen on the front page here.
  • Soundcloud – add songs or playlist from Soundcloud.
  • Video – embed or upload a video from Youtube or Vimeo.
  1. Background - You can also change the background using this link
  2. Edit Featured Image –This allows you to change the profile picture on your ecard.
  3. Upload Media - This is the Media part of your eCard Builder. You can add unlimited number of photos and videos.
  4. Media - You can use this to upload bulk photos and videos. You can also delete photos and videos.
  • Library – Check all your media files
  • Add new – Add new Media Files
  1. Your ProfileYou can view or change your information that you use to register here. This section does not affect your ecard.
  2. Settings
    • Reading – you can set your site visibility here.
    • Permalinks – Use to set your URL structure. Before editing your ecard please make sure you set your permalinks to Post Name.


I.ii.i.Custom Background

You can use this section to upload custom body background for your ecard. Make sure that the size of the background is not less than 1600 x 1050 pixels.



I.ii.iii.Upload Media

In this section you can showcase photos and videos on the media page and display them as thumbnails. Please don't forget to add a featured photo or your media will be displayed as blank.


This section is where you can also upload new media files plus you can delete and check all media files here.



I.ii.v.Your Profile

In this section you can edit your personal information like name, email, WP profile picture, etc.

This page does not affect your eCard.


This is where we update the permalinks, setup the front page of the ecard, and update site visibility.

  1. Reading - Make sure that the static option is chosen and the homepage is the About page. You can also setup your site visibility. I suggest choose allow search engines to index the site so you can screenshot your ecard.

2. Permalinks - make sure you set your permalinks to postname to avoid problems.



II.eCard Special Features

Your My Worlds Smartest eCard is rich with special features.

  1. Tracking - know how many visitors your ecard has. You can also check the their location and IP addresses, plus you can blacklist users that are abusive.
  2. Upload, Restore and Backup to Cloud - you can backup or restore your ecard in Dropbox.
  3. Add files from your Cloud Drive (Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox)

You need an account in Google Drive, OneDrive, and Dropbox for these features. Signing up is free.

Google Drive:

If you have a Gmail account, you are automatically signed up for Google Drive. Just go Google Drive's page.


If you have a Microsoft account (Hotmail, or Outlook), you are automatically signed up for OneDrive. Just go to OneDrive's page.


To sign up to a free Dropbox account, please go to Dropbox' page.

II.i.eCard Special Features - Tracking

  1. You can track visitors on your ecard. (Number of Visitors, location, IP address, etc)
  2. You can also configure Google Analytics. Just use your Google email and go to the Google Analytics Page.
  3. To setup Google Analytics Tracking, please visit Google's official Guide.

To check the current statistics on Real Time Visitor Tracking  click "Track Visitors" and please see video below:



Google Analytics:

Go to Dashboard then click Google Analytics or Statistics. Please see video below to configure:



II.ii.Special Features - Backup or Restore your eCard to Dropbox

Note: You need to have a Dropbox account. You can sign up for a free account here. The free account will give you a free 2GB storage.

  1. You can backup your eCard to Dropbox anytime. 
  2. You can also restore the backup from Dropbox in case you want to revert to your previous saved eCard.

To configure, under Backup or Restore from cloud - Dropbox on the dashboard, click Dropbox Full Backup Pro.  



please watch video below:

II.iii.Special Features - Upload from Google Drive

To configure, on the dashboard click upload from cloud then Google Drive WP Media.



To upload in Google Drive, you will need to generate an API key from your Google account.

Please follow the instructions below to Generate an API key.

How to generate your Google Drive API Key.

1. Go to, sign in with your google account. Click Create Project.

2. Now click Drive API button to enabling Drive API Services.

3. On the left pane of your screen click 'Credentials', click 'CREATE NEW CLIENT ID'. On the popup, pick Service Account, cick 'Create Client ID'.

4. Your *.-privatekey.p12 file will automaticaly downloaded, save it.

5. Now you have a Client ID, Email address (Service Account Name), and *.-privatekey.p12 file that recently downloaded.

6. Upload your *.-privatekey.p12 file into your web host and remember its Url path.

** You can upload the *.p12 file to the Google Drive itself (goto and just drag & drop your *.p12 file there), and then change the permission of uploaded *.p12 file set to public(select the file, click "More" button to show the dropdown menu, then click "Share", click "Advanced", click "Change", click "On - Public on the web", click "Save" button). Copy and save the file id.
Your Private Key Url Path will be like this:
or you can use:
Where XXXXXX is your *.p12 Google Drive file ID (not the *.p12 filename), just replace XXXXXX with your Google Drive file ID.

File Permission uploded by this plugin automatically set to public, which anyone can view or download your files.

For more info, please visit


After generating the API key, you now have the ability to upload files from your Google Drive, to your ecard.

II.iv.Special Features - Upload from OneDrive

To configure, on the Dashboard, click Upload from Cloud, then Perfect OneDrive:




You will need a Microsoft email account and a client ID to upload files from OneDrive.

To get your client ID, please follow the instructions below, or visit Microsoft's official page.

Getting Your Client ID for Delegated Authentication

This topic describes functionality that will be obsolete. This functionality is provided only to support legacy applications. Live Connect incorporates features that provide equivalent functionality.

To implement Windows Live ID Delegated Authentication, you must register your Web site with Microsoft® as an application and receive a client IDfor use with the service.

Only a person who has a valid Windows Live ID can register an application and receive a client ID. After you have registered your application, it can access information from other Windows Live ID services. You can sign in and change most of your application's registration settings at any time.

The Windows Live application management site assists you with the registration process, issues your client ID to you, and provides a place where you can continue to manage all the applications you register.

When you register an application, you must supply a domain name in which the application is located. This domain name uniquely identifies your application in Windows Live ID, so multiple applications cannot share the same domain name.

To get your client ID

  1. Go to the Windows Live application management site.
  2. Sign in by using your Windows Live ID.
    If this is your first visit to this site, you will see several pages that configure your Windows Live ID for use with the site.
  3. Click Add an application.
  4. Provide the following information in the form on the Connect your application to Windows Live page.
    Item Description
    Application Name A unique and friendly name that you use to refer to your application. We recommend that you specify a human-readable name.
    Application type For Delegated Authentication, you will select the Web application radio button.For information about other application types please see Windows Live Messenger Connect.
    Domain The domain name of your application. For most applications, this domain name must be a fully qualified Domain Name System (DNS) name that is unique to your application.

    After you have specified a domain name for your application, it cannot be changed.
  5. Click I accept. After your application has been created, the Summary page appears. This page contains the following information about your site:
    • Client ID. A 16-character string that represents your application. Record this string for later use.
    • Secret key. A security key that Windows Live ID uses to encrypt and sign all tokens that it sends to your site. You should record this key, but we recommend that you do not store it in the same location as its corresponding client ID.

To e complete the integration of your application with Windows Live, you must specify additional settings and publish your application. Click theEssentials link under the box that displays your client ID and secret key.

Whenever you want to retrieve or change your application data, return to the Windows Live application management site. Sign in with the Windows Live ID account that you used during registration to see and manage your application projects.

After connecting to OneDrive, you will now have the ability to upload files from OneDrive to your eCard.

II.v.Special Features - Upload from Dropbox

To configure, on your Dashboard, click upload from Cloud then Dropbox.



To be able to use the plugin you need to get an API key from Dropbox and add it to the Settings page.

Steps to get your Dropbox API Key

You need to create a 'Drop-ins' App in Dropbox to get an API Key. Follow the steps below to get your API key.

  1. Click on this link
  2. Choose an API: Select 'Dropbox API'
  3. Coose the type of access: Select Full Dropbox
  4. Enter a name for the app
  5. Click on 'Create App' button
  6. Chooser Domain: Add the domain name in which you have installed the plugin
  7. Copy the App key

For more information and instructions this our website.

After doing this, you now have the ability to upload files from your Dropbox.

III.Your first eCard is Done!

Make sure all your changes are on the eCard and check other functionalities. You can edit your eCard anytime and anywhere!

  1. Go to the frontpage of the site by hovering on the title then click visit site

2. Check eCard contents


IV.Share your eCard

Now you are ready to share your eCard. You can do this in numerous ways. You can share it on social media platforms, email it to your friends, print it, share your eCard site address, and a lot more. My Worlds Smartest eCard is so flexible that you can share it anytime and anywhere.

On the side of the eCard as you scroll down you will see a pop up box that contains the social media platforms you can share it with. There is also a functionality to make it into a PDF or Print (Note that your eCard is dynamic and once you share it through PDF or print it, you will lose the functionalities like Video, Soundcloud, and the sliders info.)

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