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Adding Pages

In Gato the top-most page is referred to as a first level page, and is also known as the homepage.

Second level pages are all pages immediately under the homepage. Second level pages display as your navigation pages.

Sub-pages are pages that exist under another page. A sub-page that is created under a second level page is referred to as a third-level page and will display in the navigation drop-down menu.

Screenshot shows the different page levels in the Pages tab of Gato.

Add Second Level (site tab) Page

  1. Select the website you would like to add the top-level page to by clicking on it
  2. Select Add page from the menu on the right. You can also right-click and choose Add page
  3. Enter a Page name. Please remember that special characters, spacing, and uppercase letters should not be used in the Page name. You can, however, use them in the Page title.
  4. Choose the template you wish to assign the page
  5. Click Save Changes to add your top-level page

Add Sub-Page

  1. Select the area you would like to add the page to by clicking on it
  2. Click Add page from the menu on the right. You can also right-click and choose Add page
  3. Enter a Page name. Please remember that special characters, spacing, and uppercase letters should not be used in the Page name. You can, however, use them in the Page title
  4. Choose the template you wish to assign the page
  5. Click Save Changes to add your top-level page