Learn about the different ways you can manage your website pages.
Once a page has been created, the best way to find a page is to go to the pages tab, search for the page name and click the Edit page button on the right.
Every page has a Usage tab. Click on it and you'll see a list of pages and components that link to the page you're on.
If you're thinking about changing a lot of content on a page or unpublishing it entirely, it's a good idea to check this tab first. You can then click on the places that are linking to the page (listed under ENTITY) and update those links accordingly. For more information about how this works, get in touch.
404 errors are logged when a page at a specific URL can't be found. Click on the 404 pages tab in your Group navigation. A list of all the page URLs within your site that people visited but were not available will appear. You can use the Filter URL path search to refine your results.
It's not possible to delete pages. Instead, change the state of your page to unpublished. You can also archive an unpublished page.
If your page is live but in draft state, you'll need to set it as published before unpublishing it.
If you are concerned about sensitive information in the page being republished, you can still remove it from the page while unpublishing it.
Note: Only Group owners can edit the local navigation menu.
If you want a page to show in the local navigation menu, you will need to add it as a text link. The menu structure is shown in the Edit tab of your site.
Within the section navigation click the reusable paragraph's Edit button This will display your local navigation menu as a bullet point list in the Editor. Type the page title in the relevant place in the list and insert the link like you would normally. Repeat as needed and then click Save.
Top-level elements automatically appear in bold so there's no need (or way) to over-ride it. If a top-level element has no children then it's treated as just a clickable link and not a toggle for the local navigation to expand and show any child navigation elements.
You can configure a page's place in the Site Structure on the right-hand side of the page edit screen:
Confirm that Place in site structure is ticked.
Choose a Parent Item from the dropdown. Choose the top-level section you want the page to be ordered within. Your page will now be a 'child' to this page and follow it in the breadcrumb structure.
After saving, your website structure can be fine-tuned via the Menus tab.
You can view your site structure as a tree of content, like in the Legacy CMS.
In your Group, click the 'Site structure' tab. Child pages are indented under their parent pages the the same way the structure of your Legacy CMS was shown in the content tree.
Do this by moving it in the site structure using the 'Parent item' dropdown and using the 'Short name' field to amend the end fragment of the URL.
Second Line Support role can also see a 'URL alias' box on the right when editing a page. Please do not touch this. The only way a URL should be changed is in the way described above.
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If you have CMS questions or are stuck then get in touch and we'll do our best to help.