Add a regular page or subpage to a guide
What's a regular page?
This is your standard page where you can add boxes of content to your guide. Pages are a great way to organize content in your guides. For example, if you have a subject guide for History, you could start with an overview page, then have additional pages focused on databases, primary vs. secondary sources, citations, and so on.
Adding a new page
- While editing your guide, click on the gray Add New Page () tab.
- If you have a tabbed navigation guide, this will be the very last tab.
- If you have a side-navigation guide, this will be the tab at the bottom of the menu.
- Under the Create New Page tab, select "Regular" from the the Page Type dropdown.
- In the Page Name field, enter a title for your page. This is what displays in your guide's navigation menu and page heading.
- You can give your page an optional Description.
- For the Position, select whether you want to add the page as a top-level page, or a sub-level page.
- A top-level page appears as a tab or side-navigation menu item.
- A sub-page is nested underneath a top-level page and will appear in a dropdown menu when hovering over that top-level page's tab.
- If you would like to display a profile box on the new page, select which user to display from the Profile Box tab. Otherwise, leave this set to Do Not Display. (Don't worry: if you change your mind, you can manually add a profile box later.)
- If you would like to hide this page from public view until its ready, select the Draft Mode checkbox.
- While enabled, you can only view the page while editing the guide. It will not be visible on the public guide, or while previewing the guide.
- Note: if your system has the Publishing Workflow (CMS-only) enabled, only a designated reviewer can take a hidden page out of draft mode.
- Click the Save button.