How To Organize Your Pages And Menu On Your New Website
Create A Website using Easysite, try it free for 30 days, no bank card details needed. Easysite Tutorials Step 1 Sign Up For Free Here. No coding knowledge required, the Easysite editor does all the coding for you. Learn how to organize your pages and menu on your Easysite website. You will need to login into your site. To login scroll down to the bottom of your site. On the right is a link that says "Login" click that link. Fill in your login details and hit the submit button. You are now in "Admin" see image below. Once you are in "Admin" click the "Pages" button.
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How To Make A Website Setting Up Pages And Menu On A Easysite Website
After you login to your Easysite website and click the "Admin" link at the bottom of your site you will be able to hit the "Pages" tab. Below is what you will see, here you will be able to switch pages on or off. Add anchor text and change anchor text on your top menu, and even create members only pages with a few clicks here and there. You can also update the pages SEO.
Renaming A Page Will Also Change The Text In The Menu
You can rename a page. Look for the heading "Rename Page" go down to the text which you would like to rename and rename to what you want. This will also change the pages name in the menu.
How To Switch Pages Off And On And How To Create Members Only Pages
Easysite gives you a large selection of pages that you can use. Some pages are already switched off, its simple to switch pages off and on. As you can see on the below image click the (V) and you can select page "Off" "On - All Acess" "On - Members Only".
- OFF: When a page is off no one can see it.
- ON - ALL ACCESS: When a page is on everyone can see the page.
- ON - MEMBERS ONLY: When a page is members only, only members that have signed up to your Easysite website will be able to see those pages.
SEO - How To Add Your Page Title, Description And Keywords
SEO is important. Giving your page a Title, Description and adding Keywords helps visitors and Google to know what the page is about. Each page needs a Title and Description, clicking the blue SEO info link next to the page you would like to update opens a pop up where you can add the info. You can also edit your SEO when you are working on a page, look for the blue SEO link.
What are Title Tags & Meta Descriptions? Title tags (also known as page titles or SEO titles) and meta descriptions are two HTML tags that live in a page's header. They tell search engines what a page is about and are one of the first things crawlers look at on a page.
The below image is from one of the pages from this site. It shows you what the Title and Description looks like on Google search results. That's why its important to add a Title and Description to each page on your site. The link below is the page that has this Title and Description.
TITLE - A page title helps your SEO it should be around 60-70 characters. Your page title should be long enough to entice the reader, but short enough to make the meaning and purpose of the page clear to both users and search engines.
DESCRIPTION - Meta descriptions can technically be any length, but Google generally truncates snippets to 155-160 characters. It's best to keep meta descriptions long enough that they're sufficiently descriptive, so we recommend descriptions between 50 and 160 characters.
Adding A Menu To A Page
On some of the pages you can add a menu. Use this to create a section on your site all about the same topic. As you can see on this page there are links on the left of the page. This is the menu for this page. If you tick the menu box then as you add more pages on that page each page you add will be added to all the pages. This section is Easysite Tutorials and as I add pages the links will be on each of the pages in the Easysite Tutorials.
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