Pages lists all of the pages of a website in an expandable interface.
Top Level Page
Top Level pages are always visible in the Pages interface. They constitute major divisions of a site's content. All other pages are descendants of the Top Level pages.
Child (or Sub) Page
A child page is a page one level deeper in the structure than another page.
A grandchild page is a page two levels deeper in the structure than another page.
A parent page is a page with at least one child page.
Sibling pages are pages with a common parent.
- Locate the page that needs to move.
- Select and hold on the move icon (the small grid of 9 dots) associated with that page.
- Drag the page into a new position and release the hold.
- The page is moved.
The move is immediately reflected in the Page interface and on the actual website.
Note: Child pages cannot be moved from one parent to another–pages can only be reordered among their siblings.
Buttons and Links
Select the "Details" button to view the Page Details for a page.
Select the "Preview" button to open a preview of a page in a new tab.
Select the "Edit" button to open the Editing Page for a page.
This button is only present if there is a Draft saved for this page. Select the "Edit Draft" button to open the Editing Draft page.
Add Child Page
Select the "Add Child Page" button to create a new page as a child of the page.