Like any other website, your Vev site can have several subpages.
The first page you work on within your project will automatically be set as the Home page, also called Index page. When you publish your project, this will be the main page connected to the domain you connect to your project.
The rest will have a URL suffix, giving their URL an additional "/" followed by the Page Name.
Add New Page
Add a new Page by clicking the “Page Toggle” button next to the top left logo in the Design Editor. Click the “Add New Page” button, and you will be directed to your new Page.
You can also add new Pages and see existing Pages in the Project Overview.
Link Pages TogetherYou can link your Pages together using:
- Text Link
- Create a Button
- Create a Menu
The Page Inspect is where you edit your Page's metadata, such as name, description and Page preview photo.
These values are used by default when you add the Metadata Hosting Plugin.
Enter your Page Inspect by hovering over the given Page in your Project Overview or Page Toggle.
Get to know Page Inspect:
1. Toggle pages
Toggle between pages in Inspect mode.
2. Add page name
The Page Name should indicate what the Page is about. For subpages, the Page Name will also affect the URL: HTTPS://YOURDOMAIN.COM/PAGENAME
3. Select new Home Page
The first page you work on within your project will automatically be set as the Home page, also called Index page. When you publish your project, this will be the main page connected to the URL you connect to your project.
If you want to have another page as your Main Page, Inspect the given page and select as Home Page.
4. Set page photo
Set a page photo manually instead of having one auto-generated based on your content. This image will appear when sharing a link to the given page.
5. Site description
Summarize your web page content in the Page Description text field. Search engines sometimes use this in search results to let visitors know what the page is about before they click on it.
Remember that your Home Page should describe what the entire site is about.
6. Edit the URL suffix
If you want to use the Page Name for your own use, while you want another Page URL, edit the URL suffix here.
7. Facebook preview
Preview how your Page will look when shared on Facebook.
8. Google preview
Preview how it will look when visitors find your Page through a search engine.