Create a Page in Menu

Webpages can be created to appear linked in the menu or linked from within the content area. To create a new webpage that does not appear in the menu please see the Unlinked Page tutorial.

In the following example, a new webpage entitled 'Page Title' has been created as a submenu item under 'Text Page'. 

Step 1

To create a new page linked to from the menu, navigate to the proper location in the menu. In this example, the "Text Page" menu option was selected. Click the OpenPage RedDot to the left of the text 'edit links' above the menu.

Step 2

If there is already a sub-menu item in the menu, skip to Step 5.  Otherwise, click the MultiLink RedDot 'add sub links'.

Step 3

Click the "Create and Connect Page" link.

Step 4

For the headline enter 'Text Page Subnav' where 'Text Page' is the title of the menu item above it. Then click "OK" at the bottom right corner of the window.

For example: If you are adding a page in the menu under Research, you would enter "Research Subnav" for this headline.

Step 5

Click the OpenPage RedDot next to 'edit Text Page Subnav links' where 'Text Page' is the title of the menu item above it. However, this step can be skipped and you can move to step 6 directly if a subnav already exists there.

Step 6

Click the MultiLink RedDot next to 'manage Text Page Subnav links'.

Step 7

First , click "Create and Connect Page" .

Then click the folder labeled 'Foundations' , select a template , and click "OK" at the right bottom .  Visit the Template Examples page to view template designs.

Step 8

Enter the Page Title in the dialog box that appears.  The Page Title becomes the header of the page, the text in the menu, and is the label when submitting pages to workflow.

Step 9

The new page is now created.  Click on the new link in the menu to add content to the center of the page. Before adding content to a webpage it is important that you change the filename for the webpage, please see the Setting a Filename tutorial. To add content see the Add/Order Center Templates tutorial.

Note

When loading a page for the first time it may take a few seconds longer than expected because the CMS needs to load the proper templates.

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