You can add as many Pages as you need to create your perfect Website. The Page Tree helps you keep an overview.
To see your Page Tree → Click the Arrow icon in the Navigator so that it points down.
To hide your Page Tree so that you can see only the elements of the current page → Click the Arrow icon in the Navigator so that it points up.
Right click to assign a new homepage, duplicate, or rename a page.
To add a new page → Click the little plus icon next to the Page Title
The Page Name is your internal name for the Page, and also the slug of the Page. The Page Title is the public name of your Page.
New Pages are by default blank. If you want to use one of your existing pages as a template, you can easily duplicate the original page.
To assign a Page as the Home Page of your website → Right-click on the Page Name. You will see the Home icon switch to the Page you selected.
The Home Page is the first Page your site visitors see when they visit your domain.
To duplicate a Page → Right-click on the Page Name. This will create a copy of your Page, including it's name and contents. You can duplicate a Page as often as you like, and edit each of the copies independently.
Make copies to create your content, and duplicate the template Page whenever you need a new Page of the same layout.
To delete a Page → Right-click on the Page Title. This will delete the Page immediately.
If you want to delete the Page that you currently have assigned to be the Home Page, you must first assign another Page to be the Home Page.
Once a Page is deleted, it cannot be restored!
To make sure you always delete the right Page, consider renaming Pages prior to deleting them. The new name can for example contain "To Delete". This way you can double check that you've marked the correct Page for deletion first.
When you highlight a Page in the Navigator, the Attribute Panel opens at the bottom of the Navigator. For each Page you can set the below Page Attributes.
The title is the public name of the Page and shows in the browser's tab.
The description is a piece of text shown to help people decide whether or not your website provides the information they're looking for.
Indicate the language of the Page.
Add a Favicon to help site visitors easily find your Page amongst their many open tabs.
The correct size for the Favicon is 32 x 32 pixel. You can upload the following formats: PNG, GIF, JPG or ICO.
Configure the Webclip for your Page, to make sure your Page can be easily found amongst people's bookmarks.
The correct size for the Webclip is 256 x 256 pixel. You can upload the following formats: PNG, GIF, JPG or ICO.
Attach the URL of the Open Graph Image for your Page, to make sure your Page can be visually seen in search results
The correct size for the Open Graph Image is more than 1200px x 630px at 1.91:1 ratio.
Exclude the page from appearing in any search results.
Elements are the building blocks with which you create the content of your Pages.
Some of the Elements allow for further attributes, which will be available in the Attribute Panel at the bottom of the Navigator.
The Navigator is interactive! Go ahead and click on elements to see them highlighted in the Stage.
To add a new Element → Click on the plus icon in the top-bar, or use the A key and type the name of the Element you're looking to add.
To remove an Element → Click on the Element in the Navigator and hit the Backspace key.
Where the new Element appears on the Page, depends on what you currently have highlighted in the Navigator:
- If you've highlighted the Page, the new Element will appear as the first Element on the Page.
- If you've highlighted a nested Element, the new Element will appear last in the list of nested Elements.
To reorder Elements → Drag and drop the Element(s) to its new position.
To hide or show child Elements → Click on the Arrow icon left of the Element.
To select multiple Elements → Use Command-Click (for Mac) and Control+Click (for Windows) to select all of the Elements to be removed in the Navigator.
You can then →
To Turn an Element into another Element → Use the settings panel.
You can then →
To apply Styles to your Elements →