Creating a new sub-page

You're interested in adding a sub-page to one of your pages. That's great. Adding a sub-page is a great way to organize and break up content, so you don't overwhelm your visitors. Here are all the steps you need! And of course, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to our team! We're here to assist you! Once you're logged into your Virteom powered account:

  1. Click on 'Navigation'
  2. Click the '+' Plus Icon located to the right of the page you would like to create a sub-page for. 
     
 

Add to Navigation

 
1. Choose the Content (Page) button for creating a new sub-page
2. Give your new sub-page a title
3. Give your new page a URL. 
Note: This area will automatically fill in with the page title's name
4. From the dropdown list, select which layout you would like for that page
5. Click 'Save' to save your selections add a new page
 

Hidden Pages

Once you have added your page, you might decide that while you work on it you don't want it to be visible. To make this page hidden:
1. Use the dragging tool ()to grab your page and drag it to the 'Hidden' section  

Moving back once you're ready

In order to make the page visible once you're ready, just use the drag tool outlined above and drag it back to the section where you want it to display. 

Note: Be sure to click 'Save Order' (at the top) once your page is where you would like it or else it wlll not be visible

 

You're Finished!

Wah-Lah! There you have it, that is how you add a sub-page and keep it hidden until you're ready to display. 

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