To select and open a page, just click on its name in the Pages tab.
When you add a page, two questions arise.
1. Name in the menu: the name of the page is the name displayed in the menu(s) of the website. You can use the accented or special characters (punctuation, dash, apostrophe, etc.)
2. Add to menus: if your website already has menus, you can directly tick the menus in which you want the new created page to be visible (including the menu for mobile phones)
Then just click on the Add page button . The new page is added after the selected page and becomes the new active page.
The recycle bin is used for deleting the selected page. If a page has subpages, it’s also possible to delete its subpages.
You have different possibilities to rename your pages: from the menu, or the SEO panel.
Here is the first method to rename a page. Click your menu and then go to the Content panel to click Manage pages.
A window will open, and you will be able to:
Change your page name
Choose the pages to display in your menu
Define on which pages your menu is displayed
In the column Page name, you can rename your page, and then click Update.
The second method just requires a few clicks to rename your page. From the SEO panel, click the Pages panel to access all your pages.
Then to go to the SEO panel, click one of your pages and go to the SEO tab. In this tab, you have a section called Name in the menu where you can rename your page. The name changes immediately.
The background page is not a real page of your website, and it will be invisible in your website menus. The background page specifically has the blocks common to all the pages of your website.
If all the pages of your website have the same header with a logo, a picture, a title and a menu, it’s useless to duplicate these blocks page after page. Just add them to the background page.
The background page has the following header (Text block, Image block, Menu block)
On the first page, you have the background header and the page’s own contents
On the Tutorial 2 page, you have the same header and the page’s own contents
The Tutorial 3 page has a Video block, and the header is already here!
For the background blocks, the selection frame is pinky.
The Menu blocks always belong to the background page.
You can make the pages of your choice inaccessible for your visitors. Thus, you can work on your unfinished pages serenely, without risking that these pages are accessible to everybody.
To unpublish a page, go to the Pages tab. Then, select a page and click on the SEO tab > Unpublish the page.
Made it! You are the only one who can see your page from the editor. Your page is invisible for your visitors on the online version. 🙌
After having unpublished the page:
The menu won’t display the links that lead to unpublished pages.
The buttons and icons that lead to an unpublished page won’t be displayed.
The unpublished pages are no longer indexed in the Search block for your visitors.
Last update: November 18, 2022