In Manage pages, you can reorder your pages, duplicate, delete and hide pages, and more.
Page tree/page structure
You find an overview of your current pages and languages at the left of the main navigation bar in the Editor. When clicking Pages, a drop down menu will expand with an overview of all your pages. The page tree represents the hierarchical navigation of pages as a visitor will see them in the main navigation. For example, if the page "Product" is second on the list, it will also appear as the second page in the main navigation page order.
Create a new page using the keyboard shortcut Option ⌥ + N (Mac) / Alt + N (PC).
Rearranging your page order
To the left of each page title you'll see six small dots. Drag on the dots to move the page to another location in your website structure.
Adding a subpage
The page tree works as a hierarchical navigation system in which you can have pages and subpages.
To add a subpage, you'll have to either turn an existing page into a subpage or add a new page and afterwards make it a subpage. To turn a page into a subpage, drag it from its existing position to a position under the page you want to be the "mother" page. You can tell pages and a subpages apart from their position in the page tree. When a page is added as a subpage it will be indented under its mother page.
Duplicating a page
Duplicating a page can be useful and time-saving, for example if you've built a great page layout that you want to reuse without having to recreate every element individually.
To duplicate a page, follow these three steps steps:
The page has now been duplicated and is ready to be edited.
Remember to update page settings after duplicating
The name of the duplicated page will start with "copy_" followed by the same name as the page it was duplicated from. Remember to change the page name, SEO details and general page settings.
Deleting a page
To delete a page, click on the three dots to the right of the page title. Select Delete pagefrom the menu.
An overlay appears asking you to confirm the action and offers you the option to set up a redirect to permanently divert any incoming traffic from the deleted page to another page on your website. Select the page you wish to redirect traffic to and click Delete and redirect. If you don't want to redirect traffic and merely delete the page, don't select anything from the list and click Delete.
Hiding a page
To hide a page, click the three dots to the right of the page you want to hide and select Edit settings. Navigate to Hide page in navigation and select in which viewports you want the page to be hidden. The page will be hidden once you've ticked the relevant boxes and saved your settings.
What does it mean when I hide a page?
Hiding a page means that page will be hidden from the website's navigation in the viewports of your choice. The page will still exist as part of your website but visitors can only access it if they know the exact URL of the page or if you link out to it from other places on your website, for example in the footer or from a button.