Step 1 - If you're in Easy Mode click the Add a Page button
Alternatively, if you're in Advanced Mode, click the Manage Pages button
Step 2 - Name your page
Step 3 - Choose the Page Type
Learn more about each page type:
Step 4 - Drag your page to the menu and click Save
Step 1 - Click the Remove a Page button
Alternatively, if you're in Advanced Mode click the Manage Pages button
Step 2 - Drag the page to the trash can and click Save
Keep in Mind:
- You do not have a limit of main pages or subpages.
- You can drag and move the Site Editor tool panel in your browser's window to see a section it might be covering.
- Try to give your pages short names such as Ministries, Events or Contact.
However, you can change it to a non-landing page at any time by clicking the gear symbol on the Manage Pages screen and checking the box under Page Options, like, in the image below. A non-landing page is a page with no content, that cannot be viewed. Someone who clicks on a non-landing page will be automatically redirected to whatever the first subpage is under the non-landing page. So, for example, if you look at the image below, you'll see the Ministries page is currently a landing page. If we were to uncheck that box, Ministries would become a non-landing page. That means anyone who clicked on a link to the Ministries page would be redirected to the Staff page instead, since its the first subpage under Ministries.
Non-landing pages can be really helpful when you want to organize a group of similar subpages into one area on your website but you don't want to create a brand new landing page, with new images and text, to put it under. By adding a non-landing page, you are essentially creating a descriptive banner to organize your subpages under.