You structure the pages of your website by using parent and child pages and group pages. A parent page is a page that has its own content, but also serves as a node in the hierarchy of pages and has subpages (children).
A Create a page plays the role of container for pages. It does not have its own content and redirects to its first child page. Group pages can contain both pages and other group pages. You use group pages to facilitate your website navigation.
On Pages page a group page is represented by icon.
EXAMPLE: In your company website project you create a group page named About us. Under the group page you create pages Our mission, People, and Contact us. If you put page Our mission first in the list of pages under the group page, when the group page is clicked, it redirects to page Our mission.
You manage the structure of your website on Pages page. The following screenshot shows a typical hierarchy of pages (sitemap), displayed on Pages page:
NOTE: On Pages page, if is displayed next to a page’s icon, it means that this page has subpages. You can expand and collapse the group of pages, by clicking the arrow.
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