How do I edit a Page?

To create a new Page, do the following:-

  1. First tap or click  Pages from the menu;
  2. Then tap or click the Page you want to edit;
  3. Now update the displayed fields as needed:-
    • Page title - You should keep this less than 10 words long (between 30 to 60 characters is best), and be sure to include at least 1 keyword to help boost your on page SEO.
    • Page META description - Enter a summary of your pages content. You should keep this less than 25 words log (between between 70 and 160 characters is best), and be sure to include at least 2 keywords to help boost your on page SEO.
    • Page tags (separate each with a comma (,)) - We use tags to categorise your page, and group similar page subjects together, this can help your visitors jump to other pages that have the same tag. These are generally optional, but including them can help boost your on page SEO. If you have used tags on other pages you have created, they will be displayed below. Simply tap or click one of them to add them as a tag for this page too. Be sure to separate each tag with a comma. Tags are not to be confused with hashtags that are used on social platforms, or marketing campaign tags, like the ones in Google Tag Manager.
    • Page icon - Select an icon from the list that best represents your Page.
    • Featured image
      • To change the Featured image tap or click Change featured image - you will be directed to the  Media screen, where you can upload a new image or select an existing one. Once selected or uploaded this will automatically be set as your Page image. See, for more details.
      • To remove the Featured image tap or click Remove featured image.
    • Create a new URL (i.e. /parent/new-page-name) - URL's are created and updated automatically. These are based on the Page title and Parent Page information. But you can create your own if you wish. Be sure to follow the example in this label. Do not include your domain name, non alphanumerical characters, and ensure you use a dash instead of spaces. You must start the URL with a forward slash and also use a forward slash to separate Parent and Child Pages. Unless you have a specific reason for manually changing the URL, you should leave this blank.
    • Page setup:-
      • Is this a policy page? - Policy Pages are Pages such as Terms of Service, Privacy Statement, Refund Policy, and Copyright Notice. If you are creating one of these specific Policy Pages be sure to select it here, as it will automatically be used in key areas of your site, like the cookie consent popup. If you need policy content wording, head back here after you have created the Page, and then tap or click the 'Regenerate' link that will appear below, which will then replace the Page Content with some templated wording to get you started with that specific policy. See,  for more details.
      • Parent Page - If this Page is the Child of another Page, then select the Parent page here. This will make the current Page a 'Child' of the Parent Page, often referred to as a sub-page. When viewing a Parent Page there will be links to its children so that your visitors can easily jump to related pages.
      • Include this page in a footer section? - You can include a link to this Page in one of the blocks in the footer section of your website. Just select the footer block section heading here, or simply leave this as 'No'.
      • Override the page name to the following in links - When a link to this page is displayed in different areas of your site, such as the menu or footer blocks, it will show using the Pages title. You can override this by entering a different display name here, then links on the website will use this name instead.
      • Read more button text - Some templates will show a read more button or link when displaying a summary box of this page. For example in the Pages section of the home page or on the search screen. Customise this text to prompt the user to tap or click to see the full Page. You will want to keep this between 4-5 words and avoid using generic terms like 'Read More', or 'Click Here'.
      • Make this a Featured Page? - Featured pages take display priority over other Pages. This is handy if you have pages with key content that you want your visitors to see first on your home page.
      • Show newsletter signup section? - Choose whether or not to display a Newsletter signup section on this Page. You should note that not all templates are currently compatible with this feature. If that's the case, this section will not be shown on your website, even if you select 'Yes' here.
    • Page Gallery:-
      • Include a gallery section using the following media tag - If you have a group of images that you want to display as a Gallery section on this Page, select the media tag for that group here. When you upload additional images and use the same media tag they will automatically be displayed on this Page.
      • Gallery heading - If you have selected a Gallery media tag above, you need to enter a title for your Gallery section, which will appear just above the Gallery images. Try to keep this less than 10 words long and include 1 keyword, which can help boost your on page SEO.
      • Gallery introduction - It's a good idea to include a Gallery introduction, which will appear below the Gallery heading you set above. Keep this less than 25 words long and try to include 2 keywords, which can help boost your on page SEO.
    • Call to action box:-
      • Call to Action title - Enter a short and catchy title that will grab your visitors attention, prompting them to take action. Try to keep this less than 6 words long and be sure to include at least 1 keyword to help boost your on page SEO.
      • Call to Action details - Enter details about the action you are intending your visitors to take. Aim for about 25 words and try to include at least 2 keywords to help boost your on page SEO.
      • Call to Action button name - Give the button a descriptive label, something that will make your visitor want to tap or click it. You should keep this 3 or 4 words long and be sure that the label relates to the link you selected above. To help boost your on page SEO, avoid generic terms like 'Click Here', or 'Read More'. 
      • Call to Action button link - Use the drop down box and select where visitors should be directed to when clicking the Call to Action button. You can choose to direct your visitor to another page you have created, a section on your home page (like your contact form), one of your social platforms, or if you select your contact number here your visitors mobile device will initiate a telephone call.
    • Publishing:-
      • Allow this page to be indexed by search engines (such as Google) - If you want this page to be indexed by search engines and show in their search results, you will want to leave this set to 'Yes'. Selecting 'No' will indicate to search engines that they should not use this page in anyway. It's important to note that indexing is not guaranteed by search engines and not all search engines will respect your selected indexing option.
      • Published - Publishing your Page will make it visible to the world. When publishing, you can choose to publish the Page now or schedule it for publication automatically at a later date. If you leave this set to 'No' this Page will not be accessible to visitors and links to it will be hidden.
      • Published date - Set the date that this Page will first be available to visitors. Generally this will be the date you created the page, however, if you have selected to publish this Page at a later date above, set a date in the future that this page will be automatically published on.Set the date that this Page was Published. Generally this will be the date you created the page, however, if you have selected to publish this Page at a later date above, set the date that this page is to be automatically published.
    • Page content - Use this space to enter your Pages main content. Aim for at least 800 words and make sure your content is written in a natural manner, and not unnecessarily stuffed with keywords, or written in a way that try's to deceive search engines. When including keywords use them in paragraph headings, and when they are in the paragraph itself make them bold to give them some extra weight.
  4. Finally tap or click Save Changes.