How to Change the Page Layout on Your Website

Does the content on your page need a different layout? Do you like another page layout on your website but have no idea how to use it? Have you created a new page but don't know how to choose a new page layout? No worries. This article shows you the easy steps on how to change the page layout in your Virteom powered website.

Log-in to your Virteom Powered Website

First things first, you'll need to log in - of course - by going to yourwebsite.com/virteom

Log-in to your Virteom Powered Website | Virteom

Navigate to your Navigation

Once you've logged in, on the top black bar, click on Navigation

Navigate to your Navigation | Virteom

Access the page you wish to change the layout for

From here, you'll see your entire sitemap broken down into sections. These are all the pages that exist on your website. We'll want to access the page you want to change the layout for.

Scroll through the list (or use [Ctrl + F] to "find" and search the name]) of the page you're looking for.

Once you've found it in the list click on the "Edit" icon next to its name in the Navigation.

 

Access the page you wish to change the layout for | Virteom

Changing the Page Layout

Now that you're on the page you want to edit the layout for, let's get to business.

First, you'll want to click on Editor from the top black Navigation menu.

For Virteom CMS Customers (Black Toolbar at Top): Next, you should see a black tab on the left side. You'll see it is a pull out menu, click on it.

Changing the Page Layout | Virteom
 
For RocketSites Customers (Gray Toolbar at Top):
 
Page Settings in Virteom CMS

Changing the Page Layout

From the pullout (or slide out) menu, you'll see the top menu item is Page Information (Info). Click on it.

If you scroll down in the box, you'll see Page Layout as a dropdown.

From this menu, you'll be able to choose what page layout you want that is loaded onto your site.

Choose which page layout you want for this page. and click "Save" within that box.

In the right-hand corner of your browser, you should see a message that says "Page Information has been updated".

 

Changing the Page Layout | Virteom

Refresh your browser in order to see the changes

In order to see the updates to the page layout, refresh your browser.


Well, there you have it. That is how you change the page layout on your Virteom Powered website. If you have any questions, feel free to send a message to our helpdesk. Or, if you want a different layout for your content and you have maintenance hours with us let us know - we'll be happy to design something for you and add it to your site.

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