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How to Add a New Page

Creating new pages and managing your site content is easy and can be done using the Pages Menu.
How to add a new page

Creating new pages and managing your site content is easy and can be done using the Pages Menu.

Once you have signed up and verified your email you will have access to the administration panel.

From the administration dashboard, select Store, Pages to access the Site Structure page.

Click on the “Add new page” button to start adding a new page.

The settings for the new page will be displayed.

Edit the Page Name by typing in the Name field.

This is the page name that will be displayed in the Page menu.

Edit the Slug name by typing in the Slug field.

Slug is the unique part of a URL that allows the page to be accessed from a web browser.

Additional settings can be edited by clicking on the Metadata tab.

This includes the page Title displayed in the browser, search engine Keywords and page description along with "special" advanced fields like meta tags and canonical links.

If you do not know what meta tags and canonical links are, then these fields should be left empty.

If you do not want your page indexed by search engines, then click on the no index checkbox.

If you do not want search engines to follow links on
this page click on "no follow"

Your selections will be used to dynamically generate the html page code.

The settings tab allows selection of a parent page, or nesting of pages to be configured.

Initially we suggest setting the parent page to none.

Templates define the page layout, or how your page will look.

Select from predefined templates that are available.

Layouts have a significant impact on how the page is rendered in the users browser.

If you want your page to be accessible after you save your settings then select "Published."

If you leave it set to “Draft” only administrators can access it.

If users should be signed in to see the page then set access to “Registered.”

If all users should see the page even when not logged in the select "Public."

Page type defines how the page contents will be constructed and edited.

"Simple Page" allows advanced page editing ability by providing an area where text and HTML can be pasted.

This type of editing usually requires knowledge of HTML tags.

Widgets allows the creation and editing of the page contents using "Widgets."

Widgets are pre-made content templates that are easy to configure and edit.

"Widgets" does not require knowledge of HTML.

Next, Select the position of the page menu from the available options.

Simple pages will have a content dialog where TEXT and HTML that will be displayed on the page, can be posted.

Before saving changes, clicking on “Live Preview” button allows the page to be previewed as it will appear to users in their browser.

If the contents are correct then changes can be saved using the “Save” button.

After the page is saved, Navigate to the Site Structure page by selecting Store Pages from the menu.

The page that was just created will be displayed in the list of the site's pages.

To change the order of how the pages are displayed, click and drag on the page order icon.

This allows pages to be moved.

Let’s have a look at the Page menu icons.

By clicking View icon you can change the Page View from Published to Draft or vice versa.

With the Edit button, you can edit the content of the page.

By clicking copy icon you can copy the page link and paste it where you need.

Clone icon is for creating an identical copy of the page.

By clicking the Delete icon the page can be deleted and removed from the list.

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