Pages & Menus
A website wouldn't be much without pages full of content along with navigation to help your users reach this content. With
To access these options, select onMessage from the persona menu, then Website > Name of Site > Pages & Menus.
Page managers are able to create a new menu after + Add Menu is selected and then a name is added. Once saved, the new menu will appear in the list under the Menus column. If you want to change the menu name at some point, the gear icon will allow you to do that.
At this point, users have the option to create new pages (see below) or select Link To Page. This allows the user to link to a page that already exists though a manually entered URL, select a page from any fully created websites, or use the first child page for the current website that is currently in development.
Any pages not currently associated with a specific menu will be displayed within the Landing Pages list.
As the primary way to communicate information to a site visitor, pages allow the user to add content through a drag and drop system. To add a new page, select + Create Page, which will cause a modal window to appear that requests information such as the Page Name, the type of page it'll be, what menu to use, if a master layout will be used, and whether or not this page will be accessible from a menu or act as a landing page. Select Save & Close to have the new page appear in the menu list it was applied to.
From the page list, select the wrench icon followed by Edit Page Content. From here, users can view how the page will appear from different size screens that include different mobile devices, load the directly in a browser, or select from three different page options: Page Settings, Page Layout, and Page Style.
The gear icon is where page settings can be modified. After you select Edit Settings, you can configure a number of options which include Page Name, SSL settings, Meta Keywords, and any Custom Titles. You can also select the NOINDEX option under Meta Robots which will block that page from search engines. Any changes made to the settings take effect immediately.
Meta Keywords are no longer used by search engine indexes, but they are used for our search widget results.
For Calendar related pages, users are able to enable/disable Athletic filters by from Page Settings > Edit Settings.
Page Layout allows users to completely customize the look and feel of the page with content types. Located on the right side, users can place them into an open area on the layout display. Once added to the page layout, you can then customize each one with specific content, configure basic settings for the content type, or entirely remove the content type from the page. A list of available content types that can be added to a page are located on the left side.
If additional space is needed, Add Row will allow additional drop zones to be placed which enables more Content Types to be placed on the layout.
Here is a list of all potential content types that can be used on a page:
Page widgets can also be added from here as well. For more details on the types of widgets available, our documentation can be found here.
If you want to see how a page looks when it is in active development, Page Style shows what the page will look like in place of the layout view. Additional options allow users to apply or edit the page style as well.