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Add a Page

This section will show you how to add a new page to the website.

Click on the New Page button to add a new page linked to the existing page. This will open a popup window, which allows you to set up the options for the new page.

Title
The title of the page appears in the browser Title Bar and should describe what the page is about. E.g. Loughborough’s Carnival. The title also becomes the link text in the website’s navigation system.

Thumbnail Image
This section is now obsolete

NB Please see Appendix 1 for some suggestions on the size & format of pictures.

Description
Enter a brief description of this web page. Make it short, attractive and as descriptive as possible. Search Engines will use this information when they list this page in their databases.

Show Description
Default selection is No! Click Yes if you want the description to appear under the page title on the parent page. This is a good way of telling your visitors what the page is about.

Import Archive
This feature can be used to import a zip file that contains page content. For example, you can create a zip file with a collection of documents that you want to insert into the page and then upload it here. When you click the Save button the documents will be automatically inserted into the page content.

To insert a prepared zip file, click on the Browse button, which will give you access to your computer’s files. Now locate your zip file and click the Open button.

Parent Page Position
The Parent Page Position of a page will determine the position that the new page appears in the parent page’s content section and on it’s navigation system. Changing the position here will reposition the page accordingly.

Click the Save button to save the changes you have made. Or click the Cancel button to cancel it.

NOTES:

  1. A new page is automatically entered into the website’s navigation system.
  2. A title of a new page is also inserted into the content section of the parent page and forms a link to the new page. If you don’t want the page link to be visible in the content section of the page then click on the Change Element Visibility button to hide it from visitors. They will still be able to get to the page through the website’s navigation system.
  3. The Page Info can be edited at any time in the future by clicking on the button at the top (or bottom) of the page. For more information see part 1 – Editing the Page Details section above.