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Category: Navigation

Modifying Site Navigation

By Danni Bennett
December 14, 2012 Category • Learning, Menus, Navigation

The Virteom Navigation windows shows the pages on your site in a tree layout. This, in turn, is used to determine how the navigation on your website will appear. For example, if you have a menu on your website that looks like this: the corresponding navigation in Virteom would look like this: In this example, About Us is a parent of two child pages Meet the Staff and History and Culture. Meet the Staff appears first in the drop-down menu because its the first child page in the list. You can re-arrange the order of pages in your menu or move them to different parents just be clicking-and-dragging in the Virteom Navigation window. Just to the left of the icon, each page has a handle. When you place your mouse pointer over that handle, it will become a four-headed arrow. With that arrow, click and drag the page to the place where you want to move it. Then, click the Save Order button. Remember to click the Save Order button, or when you navigate away from the Navigation screen,

Adding and Deleting Pages

By Danni Bennett
December 05, 2012 Category • Learning, Pages, Navigation

As your site grows and changes over time, you may have the need to add or remove pages from it. It is also important from a search engine optimization standpoint to keep your content fresh and changing. While editing content on an existing page is good, adding new pages is better. The information below refers to adding an deleting normal web pages. To work with blog posts, see Adding and Editing Blog Posts. Adding a New Page To add a new page to your website, you must first decide where you want it to fall within the navigation. For example, if you want it to appear under the About Us menu, you need to add the page to the About Us section. The section where you want the new page to fall is called its parent. There may be times when you want to add a page that does not appear within the navigation. For example, you may be creating a stand-alone landing page. In that case, youll need to add the page to non-menu-related section. Depending on how your site is setup, you may have a section

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