OfferingTree automatically creates a home, offerings, schedule, blog and packages page for you, but you may wish to add additional pages to your site. To get started, go to the Pages page in your admin backend portal. There is also a video explaining this feature located at the bottom of this article.
Modifying Existing Pages
Even though you can't edit the content of the pre-built pages (offerings, schedule, blog and packages) that come with your OfferingTree site, you can rename them, change the order in which they appear on your site or unpublish them completely. If you unpublish a page, it will not appear on your site, but it will still show up on the admin page. You can re-publish a page at any time. To rename an existing page, press the Rename button. Renaming that page changes the page title on the navigation bar of your website.
Creating a New Custom Page
To get started creating a new page on your site, press the Create Page button at the top of the page. This will bring you to a new page where you can build and customize your page content. Here you can customize the page title text, change the page access settings, and create the content for your page. You can save your progress along the way by pressing the Save button, and then when you are ready to launch your new page you can publish it. Here is a video with more on creating a custom page.
Check out our other page builder articles for how to add content to your pages and watch this video below for a quick tutorial.
Editing a Custom Page
To edit a custom page you've added in the past, click on the Edit icon on the page you'd like to edit. Note that you cannot edit the content of the built-in pages but you can unpublish or rename them.
Here you have the same options you have when creating a custom page. Check out our other page builder articles for how to add content to your pages and watch the video in the previous section for a quick tutorial.
Sorting and Creating Submenus
You can sort all your pages in any order you like. It is as simple as dragging the menu item into order. You can even nest pages one level deep. This will create a drop-down menu on your public site with any number of pages beneath. To create a page with sub-pages beneath it, simply drag pages so that they are indented beneath the top-level page.
Here is a video tutorial on how to reorder and organize your pages.
Member Only Pages
You might want to restrict access to some pages on your site to only those who hold a membership subscription. To learn more about memberships, check out this help article section. To restrict access to only signed-in members, navigate to the create or edit form for the page, go to Page Access Settings and check the Members Only checkbox. You can then select which membership levels you would like to give page access to, or select "all" to give all membership levels access. To see a step-by-step help article click here.
An unlisted page is a page that is not listed or navigable from your website, but people that you share the link with can still access it. To make a page unlisted, check the "Unlisted Page" checkbox in the "Page Access Settings" pane when creating or editing the page. There is a "Copy page link to clipboard" button that will automatically copy the page link or URL to your clipboard so you can paste it in a message to the people you want to share it with. Make sure to publish your page, otherwise the page won't be visible even if someone has the link.
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