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

  1. 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.
  2. Under the Create New Page tab, select "Regular" from the the Page Type dropdown.
  3. In the Page Name field, enter a title for your page. This is what displays in your guide's navigation menu and page heading.
  4. You can give your page an optional Description.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.)
  7. 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.
  8. Click the Save button.

Clicking the Add New Page tab

Adding a new Regular page

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