Create additional custom or stock pages on your website through site settings.
You can create new pages on your website through your site settings. Click on the “Settings” button in blue bar at the top of the page. From the drop-down menu, click on “Edit Site Page Structure.”
On the left side of the page, you will see website sections. The white boxes inside each sections are individual pages.
To add a page, click “Add a page to this section” in the section you would like your new page to appear under.
A pop-up box will appear on your screen. Enter the title of your page in the first box. The URL underneath will match the page title unless edited with the “Change” button directly below the box. You can also populate the page with stock content by clicking the drop-down menu next to the “Page Model” text.
All page models can be fully customized once created. Select a model from the list, or leave it as blank to create an empty page.
You can also have a page that links directly to another website, such as a monument company or online merchandise catalog. Click on the bubble next to “Link to an external website” and enter the link under the page title.
On the bottom of the box, you can customize access to the page. A suspended website page can be reached with the direct link, but will not appear on the menu bar on your website. A public page can be viewed by all visitors to your website. A page that requires a logon will only be visible when logged into the website. This is best if you are creating a page and are not ready to publish it. A page with a password will require users to enter a password to access the site content. For example, some funeral homes use this feature on their online price lists.
Once you save the page, it will appear in the section it was created in. You will need to save your changes at the top of the page.
Scroll to the top and click the “Save” button next to “Overview” on the right side of the page.
Once you have saved and refreshed your site, you will see the new page underneath the specified section.