The web pages section allows you to edit the content for all of your main module pages. You can also create new pages or external links to pages on your site and other websites.

Selecting the dropdown under the “Order” column allows you to order the links per menu. If you select a number, it will put that link in its place and move the rest of the links below it, giving you control over how you want to organize the menu items on your website, it's your website, you now have power and control !!!

The links on the top of the web pages screen are every menu that you have content on. You have a total of seven different menus options to setup on your website. If you do not have a content assigned to a given menu option  out of the seven menus options, then that menu option will not show up on this list. You can rename these menu options by going to “Setup”, and then click “Website Setup” to give each menu option a meaningful name that would make it easier when assigning content to the menu. for example by default you may see Site Menu3, Site Menue4, you can then change them to Main Menu, and Members Menu

Security Note:
There is a link to enable or disable security restriction, by default this option is enabled. This option is used in the page editor when editing a web page. Sometimes when inserting javascript code that gets information from an external website will cause the editing to loop through the site and insert duplicate javascript code. Most users will want this option enabled to prevent that from happening. Other times when inserting certain embedded ActiveX controls will cause an error when loading the editor so you will want this option disabled.

You can manually type in the header and footer functions in the Site Looks in this manual to call functions into your web pages, such as a random poll, advertisement, or a website menu.

Create a Web Page

Enabled – Select “Yes” if you want this page viewable to your website visitors. What this means is that say you are working on this web page and need to wait till you and your business partner review the content prior to making this new page "Live" as in public; then you would want to set the "Enabled" option to "No" so that you can complete the writing of the content, then upon concerting with your business partner, you both agree everything looks good and sounds good then you change it to "Yes" as in it will now go "live" for the general public to view.

This option is also great in the instance when you have created this web page for the Holiday season Special offer on your web portal, now that the holiday is over, you can simply "turn-off" the web page by setting its "Enabled" status to "No" thus the general public would no longer see this web page on the menu items on your site till next holiday season, when you can "re-activate" this page by setting its "Enabled" status to "Yes" thus enabling the general public to once again view the content of this page you've created a year or two ago, saving you a lot of time so you don't have to do the work over and over again, we've got you covered there huh!!! :-)

Link Text – The text for the menu link that will show to your users, meaning whatever you type in this box is what is going to show up on the menu item on the general public side of your web portal. Depending on the layout design of your web site, it is a good idea to keep this link text field content as short and to the point as possible because if you go crazy, then your menu item for his link may look funny to others as the long text will be wrapped. Example: Contact us would be better then Contact Bob The Science Tutor

Menu – This option box enables you to select the menu section where you want this new link you are creating to show at or select “Not on a Menu” to make it so this new link you are creating doesn’t get displayed on the public side of your website. You can rename these menu links by going to Setup, and then click Website Setup to make it more user-friendly for you when adding anything to your menus.

Description – This is a description of your website, this will show for the description when someone is conducting a website search and this will also create a meta tag with the description.

Keywords – This adds additional keywords when doing a website search and this will also create meta tags for the keywords.

Keys to access this web page – Select the keys a user must have to view this page, if a user does not have a valid key then they will get an “Access Denied” error.

Keys to edit this web page - Select the keys you want to allow anyone in the specified key to be able to edit the contents of this page.

Page text for this web page – This is our HTML editor to format the text, insert images, flash, tables, etc for the page content for your web page.

Create Menu Link

Menu – Select the menu you want this link to show on or select “Not on a Menu” to make it so it doesn’t appear on your website. You can rename these menu links by going to “Setup”, and then click “Website Setup” to make it more user-friendly for you when adding anything to your menus.

Link Text – The text for the menu link that will display to your users.

Page URL – Enter the URL of the web page you want to link to. If you want to link to a page that’s not on a menu, then from the main web pages screen you will see a “URL” button to retrieve the URL for the web page so you can link to it.

Target Window – The target window you want the page to open in, the default is _parent which means that the link will open in the user’s current browser window. If you want it to open in a new window then just put _blank.