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How to Edit and Manage Pages in Wild Apricot
This is the website homepage, which has some sample content. I’m going to edit this content, and as you can see, the interface is similar to Microsoft Word or other word processing programs.
I'm going to change the page text by deleting this sample content and replacing it with my own text.
When I’m done my changes, I hit the Save button at the top of the screen, just like I’d save a document on my own hard drive.
Now that we’ve seen how easy it is to edit a page, let’s move on to Webpage Management. This includes adding or deleting pages, or moving them in our site navigation.
This is the Page Management view. You can think of this as being similar to a directory or folder view on your own computer.
Here I can rename a page – for example, I’ll rename “Home” to “Main.”
Page management is also the area to add or delete pages. In Wild Apricot, we have two different kinds of pages: Content pages, which are static pages with text and images; and Functional pages, which are things like member applications, event calendars, and any pages that are in some way interactive. You can also create sections that are just for members by adding a functional page called restricted access content. On my site, I already have a page called members-only content, which we’ll look at more closely later.
Page management is also the place to change the order in which pages appear in the navigation menu. For example, if I move the Sample pages to be after the Member Application, we’ll see that change in the navigation of the site.
Once I save my changes, I can go back to the page view using the Site Pages link. You can see that Home has been renamed to Main, and that the Sample page is now after Member Application.