Adding new pages to your website is an essential skill for Intermediate web publishers.

When you add a new page, it is important to have your content ready before you add it to OU Campus.

Focus on a few key areas when you begin to create your page:

  • Page Title / Description

  • File Name

  • Add to Navigation

Creating a New Page

When creating a new page, make sure your content has been approved by your department and remember your content is not only part of your department, but also part of a larger whole.

1. Click Content

Content on global navigation

2. Click Pages

Content Pages drop-down screenshot
3. Click +NEW

Add new page screenshot


4. Select your preferred page template
(Horizontal Landing Page vs Horizontal Interior Page)

screenshot horizontal page template options
5. Set up the backend of the page (before you get to edit front-facing page content).


Setting Up Your Page's Backend

  1.  Add Page Title and Description
    (This can be changed later in Page Properties)

  2.  Type in File Name (last part of URL) augusta.edu/dcm/web/training/[file-name-goes-here]

  3.  Select No for the drop-down for Add Navigation Item
    Instead, edit the menu file after you are ready for the page to go live

  4.  Click Create


Create New Page screenshot
 
 

Create a Button

Sometimes, you want a link to be more recognizable or eye-catching than a simple link. In situations like that, you may want to use a button. Buttons are just links set with a custom class.

Step 1

 

Follow the steps to insert your link.

Step 2

 

In the Edit link dialog box, click the drop-down for class. Select custom.

Step 3

 

In custom field, type in name of class: for example: button, dots, or bb-btn.

button class example         dots class example          bb-btn class example 

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