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How To Manage Site Pages in Website Builder

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Creating your website is made easy with the Website Builder platform, especially when you can start it off by selecting a professional-looking Template that best suits your purpose. Once you've nailed that, you can move on to customising your site with your own content, images, and media.

With Website Builder, you can configure your website pages as how you want them to be. Here are the things that you can do with your website pages:

Add a Website Page

Follow the steps below to add a page to your website.

  1. Log in to your Website Builder editor.
  2. Click PAGES.

       3. Click ADD.

       4. Select PAGE.

       5. Choose the type of page that you want to create.

           The new page will show at the bottom of the list. Proceed to configure the page settings to rename it.

  • BLANK — Click this if you want to design the new page from scratch.
  • DUPLICATE — This is convenient if you want to have the new page almost like an existing one.
  • TEMPLATE — Select this to browse a variety of templates that you can use for the new page.

Configure Page Settings

You can configure the name and URL of your website page in the PAGE SETTINGS. The steps below will show you how.

  1. Log in to your Website Builder editor.
  2. Click PAGES.
  3. Hover your cursor to the page that you want to configure and click the gear icon.

       4. Edit and enter the details in the boxes provided for the following:

  • NAME — Edit the name of the website page. This is the name that shows in the drop-down menu of your website.
  • URL — This is the information that will show at the end of the website’s URL whenever this page is accessed. This is unique to each page on the website.
  • TITLE — This is optional but important as this can impact the website’s SEO. You can come up with the title as to what the website page is all about.
  • DESCRIPTION — This is also optional and important for SEO purposes. You can describe the website page in this field.

       5. Click the SET AS HOMEPAGE button if you want this current page to be the homepage of your website. Otherwise, skip this step. The HIDE PAGE button is also available when necessary.

The changes made will take effect right after publishing the website.

Convert a Page into a Subpage

Follow the steps below to assign a lower-level page to an existing normal webpage on your website. This is useful if you want to categorise your website pages in the menu.

  1. Log in to your Website Builder editor.
  2. Click PAGES.
  3. Select the subpage and drag it below the webpage where you like to assign it. A connector should show once it’s successful. This indicates that the webpage below is a sublevel of the webpage above it. See the screenshot below for reference.

This is how you convert a page into a subpage.

This is how it shows on the menu bar on the website.

 

Hide a Website Page

You can temporarily hide a website page by following the steps below. Hidden pages are just hidden on the menu but are still published. The people who have the direct URL to those pages can still access them.

  1. Log in to your Website Builderr editor.
  2. Click PAGES.
  3. Hover your cursor to the page that you want to configure and click the gear icon.

       4. Click HIDE PAGE.

       5. PUBLISH the changes on the website.
           To undo this action, click the UNIHIDE PAGE button, and then click PUBLISH.

Delete a Website Page

If you want to permanently remove a website page, the steps below will guide you through it.

Note: This will delete all contents on the webpage including texts and images. If you are unsure, hide the page by following the steps provided above.

The page will no longer show on the menu bar of the website and will no longer be accessible.

  1. Log in to your Website Builder editor.
  2. Click PAGES.
  3. Hover your cursor to the page that you want to configure and click the gear icon.

       4. Click DELETE, and then click YES.

The page will no longer show on the menu bar of the website and will no longer be accessible.

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