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Managing Pages

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The Page Manager section of the RQS Free Website Builder is a feature that allows you to quickly and easily manage all pages you have created. This guide will explain how to reorder, rename, delete and publish/unpublish the pages created within RQS.

To start, enter the builder then select Pages then Manage Pages from the top menu.

RQS Pages Menu

This will open the Manage Pages window, as seen below:RQS Page Manager

Reordering Pages

The first column on this window, headed Order, allows you to change the order in which your pages appear in your Navigation Menus.

RQS Page Ordering

To change the order of the pages, 'click and drag' the three horizontal lines (or hamburger icon) next to your page name to the desired location within the list. Release your mouse button to 'drop' the page at the location, automatically saving the new order in the process.

Password Protecting Pages

The third column, Password, allows you to set a password on individual pages on your site.

RQS Password Protection

Please see the Password Protecting Pages guide for more information on this feature.

Renaming Pages

The Settings column will allow you to change the name of your page. To open this window please click the Cog Icon.

RQS Page Settings

The Page Settings window will provide a few options, only a few are relevant for this guide.

Page Name: This field will display the current name of your page. To change the name simply change the content of this field.

Update Page Web Address: Tick this option if you would also like to update the URL to match the new Page Name. While not required, it is usually recommended to tick this option when renaming pages.

On the Meta Settings tab, the Page Title field will allow you to also update the Title of your page. For SEO purposes it is recommended to have the same Page Name and Page Title.

To save your changes, click Finish.

Deleting Pages

If you wish to remove a page from RQS you can do so by clicking the Trash Can icon within the Delete column. You can delete any page on your site except the one that is set as your Homepage.

RQS Delete Pages

Please note, once deleted, pages cannot be recovered.

Adding Pages to a Navigation Menu

The following two columns, Top Menu and Side Menu, are used to add or remove pages from the navigation menus on your site. If you would like a page to appear within a specific menu, tick the box within the appropriate column.

RQS Pages Menu Option

For a more in-depth guide on making the most out of Navigation Menus, please read our Navigation Menu guide.

Turning a Page On or Off

The penultimate column, On/Off, is used to signify which pages you would like to appear as Live on your website - this is sometimes referred to as Publishing.

A page that is On (or Live) has a tick within it, a page that is Off does not. To change the state of any page simply click the box. You can do this for any page you have created except the one set as the Homepage.

RQS Pages On/Off

Changing the Homepage

The final column of this window is Homepage. Your website Homepage will be the first page that visitors to your site see when accessing your domain.

You can set any page you have created within RQS as your Homepage by clicking the radio button. Any page selected as the Homepage cannot be deleted or turned off.

RQS Homepage

Once you have made your desired changes, click Finish to save and return to the builder.

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