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Linking pages

Thread began 12/11/2011 12:02 am by ericbass213433382 | Last modified 12/13/2011 8:47 am by gruant2000381341 | 869 views | 2 replies |


Linking pages

How do you add pages from the admin so its linked with the rest of the site.
It seems like you cant do it with site sculptor either.
1.From the Content column, hover your mouse over the template.
2.Click the green + icon that displays next to the template.
3.Enter name for this new page..
4.Edit the content of the new page like you would any other CMS content location.
5.Once you have updated the content, click the Create Link option to see how you can create a link to this new page.
This is the help file for the admin for both and the last part doesnt exist on either.

Please explain. Thanks

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Matthew Meling

Hey Eric,

You don't create actual pages through the CMS admin. The concept of pages is more the content on the pages, but not the legitimate pages themselves. From that, you add the code for the "page" to a real page you created. Then, when you view that page, the code should show up on it.

For templates, you add the parent template code to the real page, and when sub-pages of the template are viewed, it will figure out which content to load automatically.

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Are you asking how to add navigation links to the site for pages created using a template?
if so, maybe this thread will help you
sorry if i misunderstood your question

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