Making a Joelie website is as easy as editing one - you simply navigate to it. For example, if you wanted to make a site called "mysite", you would navigate to /site-mysite.
If you navigate to a /site that is not taken, Joelie will automatically direct you to a page that will help you make a new site.
You can also click the "new" button from your Joelie Dashboard when logged in. This will bring up the option of creating a new Joelie web site.
Your Joelie website's solo routine directs all of your website traffic. If someone navigates to yoursite.com/about, the solo routine must direct them to an about page. Or, if someone navigates to yoursite.com/somethingrandom, your solo routine must be able to display a "not found" page.
Here is an example of a solo routine:
Adding pages to your website is easy using Joelie routines - you can make your routines work like many different kinds of web documents.
The easiest way to add a new routine to your Joelie site is to use the "new" button, which appears on the upper-righthand corner of just about every page when you are logged in. Or, you can navigate to the address of a routine you would like to create that doesn't exist yet (ex. "/routine=whatever^mysite"), and Joelie will automatically redirect you to a page that helps you create that routine.