Your Website Pages

You can have as many pages on your website as required. The pages for your website are listed on a Page Summary screen as shown below.

  • The names that you provide for each of your web pages are used as labels in the menu/navigation bar on your website.
  • The order of pages shown in your page summary screen are the same as the page sequence in the menu/navigation bar on your website, and you can easly change the page order as you require.
  • At the top of the summary screen next to the label TOP LEVEL are two Page Operations that enable you to
    • ADD A MAIN PAGE and


Main Pages are shown on a panel with a blue background. Sub Pages are shown on a panel with a white background and are listed below their Main (parent) Page.


Example of a Main Page with Sub Pages below:

Dot's Menu is the main page with sub pages

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch

Page Panel Contents

The following descriptions relate to the page panels shown above and read from left to right.

  • Show/Hide buttons

These appear where the main/parent page has sub-pages. Clicking on the +/- buttons will reveal/hide the sub-pages accordingly.

  • Main Page or Sub Page Name.

The main page names and sub-page names will appear in the menu/navigation bar on your website. The names can be altered when you edit the page.

  • Main Page Operations

ADD A SUBPAGE - Adds a sub page to the main page

REORDER SUB PAGES - Allows you to reorder the sub pages within a main page

  • Sub Page Operations

MOVE TO PARENT PAGE - move sub page to another main page

Operations for both Main and Sub Pages

  • Display

Shows if page will be displayed in the web site. This is often set to OFF if the page content is not ready to be published.

To set the display you need to go into the Edit Page screen

  • Edit Page Content

Add content to the page along with Search Engine Optimization


  • Edit Page Slideshow

Add a slideshow to the page


  • Edit Page Widgets

Add widgets to the page. These are used to enhance the web page's appearence.

Special Types Of Pages - Plugin Pages

There are special types of pages that cannot contain subpages. They are:

  • Calendar Page

This allows you to display a Google Calendar containing your schedule. You need to have a Google account in order to set up your calendar.

  • Contact Form Page

Enables a website visitor to send you a message that does not require your email address to be listed. The sender receives a copy of the message as an email. The message generated from the form is sent as an email to the website owner.

  • Map/Directions Page

Provides your location on a Google map. You simply enter your location details in your account and the map is generated and it appears in your website. There is an automated process which enables an address to be entered and a route map is created along with a list of directions for the website visitor.

  • QuickStore Page

Provides a store for your site. This costs an extra $6.00 per month if you wish to use this.

  • Catalog Page

Provides a catalog page for your products.

  • Food Menu Page

Provides a food/drinks menu.