Adding and Deleting Pages

Getting Started With Pages (1 of 5)


Pages are web pages that are displayed to users when they browse a site. There are two types of pages: content pages and widget pages.

  • Content page – This can be a single HTML page, or, it can contain other pages – allowing you to create an unlimited hierarchy of pages. This capability can be helpful if you’d like to offer a group of users the ability to create and manage a wiki-area on the intranet site.
  • Widget page – This type of page can host one more widgets that present information from multiple sources on one page. The home page of a site is usually a widget page. In addition to allowing unlimited widget pages, the new release also allows related pages to be organized in a tree. Child pages are linked from their parent page, and inherit the parent’s security permissions.

Adding Pages:

  1. Navigate to the Site Summary View
  2. Click the + button next to the Page label
  3. Select the type of page you want to create.


After selecting the page type, you can name the new page, add a description, or edit the page icon. You then have three options:

  1. Create: create the new page, and return to the page list
  2. Build: create the new page, and immediately start editing
  3. Cancel: cancel adding a new page

To delete a page:  

  1. Navigate to the Site Summary View
  2. Click the Pages button is Page Cards are not being displayed.
  3. Hover your mouse cursor over the app you want to delete to make the action icons appear
  4. Click the delete icon

Note: Deleting a parent page will also delete any child pages.

Adding a Sub Page

You can add a sub page by using the toolbox.

  1. Go to the page that will contain the sub page.
  2. From the  choose drop down, choose .

You can also add a sub page from the Page Summary screen, by choosing Add Sub Page from the menu on the right.

Organizing Pages

The default view of Pages shows them as Page Cards, and only parent pages are shown. To view all pages in a site, click the page tree button.


Sub pages are shown under their parent page. You can drag and drop pages to add and remove them from their parents. Page trees can have unlimited depth: sub pages can have their own sub pages.

When you change a sub page’s parent, the security permissions will change to match the new parent.

Note that pages are displayed in alphabetical order. While the tree view allows you to re-order pages under the same parent, the changes in order will not be saved. If you need pages to appear in a specific order, please prefix the page titles with numbers.

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