Pages lists all of the pages of a website in an expandable interface.

Vocabulary

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.

Grandchild Page

A grandchild page is a page two levels deeper in the structure than another page.

Parent Page

A parent page is a page with at least one child page.

Sibling Pages

Sibling pages are pages with a common parent.


Reordering Pages

  1. Locate the page that needs to move.
  2. Select and hold on the move icon (the small grid of 9 dots) associated with that page.
  3. Drag the page into a new position and release the hold.
  4. 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

Details

Select the "Details" button to view the Page Details for a page.

Preview

Select the "Preview" button to open a preview of a page in a new tab.

Edit

Select the "Edit" button to open the Editing Page for a page.

Edit Draft

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.