Adding a page

You can use a variety of pages to create your site's content, ranging from multi-purpose HTML pages to pages with specific functions, like Journal pages.

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Step 1 - Add a page

To add a page to your site, there are two options:

  • Structure mode - Add the page link to navigation that your visitors can see.
  • Architecture area - Add pages to hidden sections, or add pages while seeing an overview of all pages and widgets on your site.

Structure mode

While in Structure mode, click Add Page next to your top navigation or sidebar page section.

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Site Architecture

To add a page in your site's Architecture area:

  1. In the Website Management bar, click Architecture under Structure.
  2. Click Add Page in any page section.

To learn how sections work, visit Organizing your site.

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Step 2 - Choose a page type

In the window that appears, choose the page type you want. Then click Select & Configure.

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Step 3 - Configure the page

A window appears with configuration options. These vary by the type of page. To leave the default settings, typically you just add a page title and click Create Page.

To edit the page configuration in the future, go to the page, enter Structure mode, and click Configure This Page.

Tip: The title can be up to 50 characters.

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Step 4 - Enable the page

Once you create the page, it's visible to you while you're logged in, but not visible on your live site. To make it live in either Structure mode or your Architecture area, hover over the page name and click Enable.

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Example 1 - Page with a picture

To create a page with one or more pictures, you can:

Example 2 - Wish list

To create a wish list on your site, you can:

Duplicate a page

Currently there isn't a built-in way to duplicate pages on your site.

For HTML pages, you can recreate a page by copying and pasting the page HTML.

  1. Go to the page and enter Content mode.
  2. Click Edit Page.
  3. Click HTML on the right to enter HTML mode.
  4. Copy the HTML.
  5. Create a new HTML page.
  6. Go to the new HTML page and enter Content mode.
  7. Click Edit Page.
  8. Switch to HTML mode again and paste in the code.
  9. Click Save & Close.

For all other page types, create a new page of the same type and manually reproduce the content. You can move blog posts from one Journal page to another.

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