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Pages Working with Pages

Weebly. allows you to create multiple pages, and automatically builds a navigation menu. Lets explore. Login to . Weebly. Find the Pages tab. Here you see your existing pages menu (created from your template).

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Pages Working with Pages






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Working with Pages

Weebly

allows you to create multiple pages, and automatically builds a navigation menu

Lets exploreLogin to WeeblyFind the Pages tabHere you see your existing pages menu (created from your template)Slide3

Adding a page

Click the plus sign

Choose type of

page… Select Standard Page for nowSlide4

Adding a page, continued

The new page properties sheet appears

Add a page name

Choose header (can leave default)Visibility (you can make pages require a password, making them invisible to the general public)The SEO settings is for Search Engine Optimization, to try to customize/tweak what searches will lead to your page

So, just set the page name for the moment

Don’t forget to hit Save!Slide5

Copying/removing pages

You can delete pages you don’t want

Select the page in the Pages menu, you return to the properties sheet for the page

Now, there are buttons to copy a page (useful if you have a complicated design you want to reuse) or delete Slide6

Arranging the menu

Click the “handle” on the left side of your page name buttons

Now, drag it up or down – this reorders your menu

This isn’t the actual menu! In this theme, the Menu is horizontal even though the menu is verticalIf you drag the page right, it indents and becomes a submenu item in the navigation menuHere you can see what dragging the page left did in the “live” menuSlide7

Page Types

Sort of a fib… some are “pages”, some are links

Standard page – almost a blank slate

Blog page – creates a blog format, with common elements to blogs lie About the Author and RSS feedStore Page – create categories and product pages – we wont use thisExternal Page – just creates a link to an external website in your navigation menuNonclickable

Menu – no page itself, but a menu item – you could nest other things beneath itSlide8

Pages Summary

Page types – Standard page is your most used

Navigation is re-ordered by dragging pages up or down in the Pages menu

You can indent pages below other pages makes indented page a submenu in navigationExternal and Non-clickable have special behaviors