In this video, you will learn how to manage the pages of your website. To adjust the settings of the currently opened page, click on the “Page Settings” button in the top left corner. You can set a page name. This is the name that you will see when you open the “Pages panel”. Under “More Options”, you can change the page’s URL and the title that will be visible in the browsers tab. There are two fields for Search Engine Optimization - “Page Keywords” and “Description”. If you leave those blank, the page will use the ones from “Site Settings”. From “Page Appearance”, you can adjust how the page will look like. On some designs there can be different layouts for the home and inside pages. Those layouts can be managed from DesignPro. From “Optional Page Elements”, different containers of the layout can be toggled on and off. The main content area can be split into one, two or three columns. “Social and Access Tools” have the same function, as shown on “Site Settings”, but from here they will apply only for the specific page. The “Add Page” button opens a menu from which you can control how the newly added page will look like.
There are some predefined page types, but you can choose a blank page as well. Add the page name and choose whether the new page will be added to the navigation. Under “More Options”, you can set the page’s URL and description. To see and adjust all pages, click on the “Pages” icon in the left menu. For websites with more pages, there is a search field that assists in finding the specific page that you need. If you hover over a page, you will see its different options: “Publish the Page”, set as 404 page, move to a folder, duplicate, set as a home page and delete. The cogwheel opens the “Page Settings” menu for the specific page. If you click on the “Add Folder” button, you can create a new folder in which you can add pages. When you set a specific path for the folder, all pages in it will contain the path in their URLs. Redirects enables you to forward any URL within your domain to a specific page of your site or to an external site.