How do I create a new page in Website Builder?

This will show you how to add a new page to your Website Builder site

This feature is applicable to multiple versions of the Website Builder platform, so please use the options below to find the appropriate instructions for the package you are using. If you are not sure which version of Website Builder you are using, you can use this article to check.

Please note: you will only be able to feature 1 webpage with our Starter package. If you have this product and would like to create additional pages, you will need to upgrade your package.

Step 1 of 3

Click on the Pages section of the menu bar, and then click on the New Page option.

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You can choose the kind of page you would like to add. You can choose a blank page to start from scratch, a Page URL to link to a 3rd party page, or pick a page type, which means we’ll pre-populate some of the page with useful widgets to help you save time.

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Finally, name your new page and press Add Page to complete the process.

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Step 1 of 2

From the Site menu, click on the Add New Page/Folder link.

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Here you can set up your new page. Ensure the page type is selected, and then name your page something unique. You can also choose some of the template pages set up already for you. For example, a gallery page will already be set up with a gallery widget ready for your pictures to be added.

Click the Add page button to complete the set up.

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Step 1 of 2

Click the +ADD icon to the top right of the window, this will present you a drop down list. Then click on the Create Page button.

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You then need to fill out the Create Page panel. These details are explained below, but help you to organise your page structure and help with the functionality of the website. When complete, click the Create Page button.

  • Page Title: This is the title that will appear in the top of the Browser used by visitors to view your site.
  • Page URL: This is the page specific part in relation to your main site URL as shown just below the text entry box.
  • Menu Title: This is the name of the page as it will appear in any site navigation elements you add to your site, e.g. within a Site Map or site navigation menu. If you do not want this page to appear in Navigation menus, de-select the tick box below the text input box.
  • Page Status: This will allow you to set the page to Active, Draft or Inactive.