The Site-Tree contains all the Pages that make up your site and is used to navigate between Pages in the Administration Console. To access the Site-Tree, click on the top navigation icon titled "Website":
Before creating your first page, take note of the following elements of the Administration Console:
The site's Main Navigation Menu is generated automatically and contains all Pages in the Site-Tree that are not hidden:
Pages can be added to the tree underneath another Page or as a top-level item. To control the order of Pages:
In Page controls, “Security” is used to restrict the page to one or more Contact/Identifier Groups or Administrator Roles - the default “Available to Public” is accessible by anyone. Secured Pages and their related Featured Summaries are not displayed until the person logs in. See Creating a Private Page for more information on working with Page security.
Pages set to "Live" will be included in the site's Navigation Menu. Pages set to "Hidden" will not appear in the menu, but can be accessed through a link or by directly entering the Page's URL. To prevent a Page from being viewed, refer to the Page Security section above.
Hidden Pages are still indexed by search engines. In order to prevent a page from being indexed, either disallow crawling or change the Page's security settings.
Clicking on the down arrow next to an item in the tree opens a menu containing the following actions:
Opens the Page in view mode (they way it will appear to your site's visitors).
Creates a new Page with the same content & options as the original.
Allows previous versions of the page to be restored.
Deletes the Page.