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Accessing the Website Pages Module
To set up a new page, there are two ways you can access the website management module:
When logged into your website, click Edit Navigation in the Manage Website section on the Admin menu.
Or, from the Manage Team menu, click Website.
Your site's pages will be listed in the order they appear on your website's main navigation menu, with nested pages indented underneath their parent pages.
Adding a Page
To add a new main or nested page, click New Page.
Fill in your page preferences such as title and template layout ➞ See the Page Layouts & Templates tutorial for more information.
- Select Published to make your page available immediately. Keep it unchecked to save as a draft. You can preview draft pages, but they will not appear on your site's navigation until published.
- Select Private to allow this page to be seen in your navigation and accessed by logged in users only.
- Select Role can edit content and choose a Role that you have assigned members to if you want to grant permission to edit the page to a specific role ➞ See Defining Roles and Assigning Volunteers to Roles for setup instructions.
- Select Hide from Navigation to allow unrestricted access but remove it from the navigation.
Click Save to add your new page or Cancel to go back to your pages list.
➞ For more information on nesting pages, using alias pages, and organizing the pages within your site, see our Help Center article on Managing Menus and Navigation, along with our Quick Feature Demo video on Managing Pages.
To change a page title, path, template type, or permissions, or to delete a page or alias, click Properties to the right of that page's title.
Regular content pages are indicated by a small page icon next to the title and can be deleted by clicking Destroy on the edit properties screen.
Smart pages are indicated by a small gear icon - . These system generated pages automatically display news posts, schedule, registration, and login pages and can not be added manually or deleted.
» Note: These pages shouldn’t be repurposed—in other words, the Swim Meet Page should always just be the Swim Meets Page
Click View to preview the page on your website, or Edit Content using Snippets ➞ See the Editing Page Content with Snippets tutorial for more information.