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Editing Your Web Pages

Creating New Web Pages

You can use the editing system to create new web pages in 2 steps:

A). Create the web page.
B). Link to the newly created page so it can be located from your existing website page(s).


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Creating the web page:

To create a new page you will need to select an existing web page as a template. As a result the new page will maintain the theme and look of your website layout and save you hours of work in creating one from scratch.

Step 1 - Select a page as a template
First select an existing web page to load in the editor.

File Manager Select

File Manager Select

Tip: You would want to select a page that will closely resemble the theme of the new page you want to create. For example if you have a news page on your existing website and want to add additional news pages, you will likely want to select a news page instead of a company or contact us page to create the news page from.

Step 2 - Open the template in editor
Once the page has loaded in the editor, you can begin making the desired content changes to the page to reflect the new web page you want to create.

File Manager Select

Please Note: Depending on the layout of your web page, you may not be able to modify certain areas of the web page. For example if the header text of the page is a graphic, you will not be able to easily edit the text as it is embedded in the graphic via the editor.

Step 3 - Create new web page
When you are ready to create the new web page, select the "Save Page As" button at the bottom of the editor. This option will allow you to save the page as a new web page. You will be prompted with a pop-up panel that will prompt you to save the web page under a desired name.

Save Page As

Please Note:
It is highly advised that you save the page in the same directory as the web page it was created from, and avoid using spaces or special characters in your page names (dashes "-" are a good alternative to spaces in naming pages). Keep in mind that web page names are often case sensitive.

Save Web Page As

Linking To Newly created Pages:

Once you have created the new page, it will not be automatically added to your navigation or tabs. Therefore in order for visitors to locate the page, you will need to create a link from your existing web page(s).

Depending on the layout of your website and the manner in which it was designed will affect the changes you make. For example, the presence of graphical buttons in your navigation will not allow you to easily add new buttons because changes can often disrupt your website layout.

The easiest method of linking to a new page is to link via a text link. You can easily add links to your web page in the same manner you would link to a document or any other URL. Learn more here about linking.


Common topics on editing the content of your web pages:
- Text Editing
- Linking to Pages & Documents or other sites
- Inserting and Editing Tables
- Inserting and Editing Images
- Inserting and Editing Media
- Creating New Web Pages
- Adding HTML / Embed code from a third party
- Other Tools