Create and edit project pages

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To create a new page in a project:

  1. Log in to your District Engage website.
  2. Click on your username, then Dashboard.
  3. In the left-hand menu bar, click Projects. This displays a list of all projects you have access to.
  4. Click on a Title to open the project.
  5. In the Project sub-menu, under Content, click Pages. (Please note: if the left-hand menu is minimised, click on the book icon to open the Content view. Click Pages*.)* This displays all the pages created for this project.
  6. Click on the + icon located on the right hand side of the screen.
  7. Add a Title.
  8. Provide a brief Summary of the page content. This text will appear on the project page cards on your project page.
  9. Add your page content in the Body. Editing pages uses the same functionality as editing your main project page. Use the text editor to add rich text, and add blocks to add other kinds of content. For more information about the text editor, see How to use the WYSIWYG editor. For more information about using content blocks, see How to use content blocks and groups.
  10. Add an Image. This will display as the page's header image on the frontend, and on the card that links to the page on your project homepage.
  11. Publish your changes.

 

Add the new page to your project

Creating pages does not automatically add them to your published project. To add pages to your project, you need to add a Pages content block to the main page of your Project.

To add the new page to your published project:

  1. In the left-hand menu bar, click Projects. This displays a list of all existing projects.
  2. Scroll or search for the relevant project.
  3. Click on a Title to open the project.
  4. Click the Edit tab.
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the Body field. Click Add block.
  6. From the dropdown, select Pages.
  7. In the Add Pages block, enter the Title. Select which of the existing pages you would like to display and how you would like them to be displayed. You may display all existing pages, or make a custom selection.
  8. Click Add Pages.
  9. When you are finished editing, click Publish. The selected pages will now be displayed on your main project page.

Note: Only published pages will be publicly visible.

 

Edit a page

To edit an existing page:

  1. In the left-hand menu bar, click Projects. This displays a list of all existing projects.
  2. Scroll or search for the relevant project.
  3. Click on a Title to open the project.
  4. In the left-hand menu, under Content, click Pages. This shows all the pages that already exist for this project.
  5. Select the page you want to edit. Click the ellipsis icon on the right side of the list to see the Actions menu. Click Edit.
  6. Alternatively, click on the page you want to edit, then click the Edit tab.
  7. When you’re finished editing, click Publish.

 

Update the URL slug of a page

A URL slug refers to the end part of a URL after the backslash (“/”) that identifies the specific page.

When you create a project page, a URL slug will automatically be generated based on the title of your page. However, you can update the URL slug of an existing page.

  1. In the left-hand menu bar, click Projects. This displays a list of all existing projects.
  2. Scroll or search for the relevant project.
  3. Click on a Title to open the project.
  4. In the left-hand menu, under Content, click Pages. This shows all the pages that already exist for this project.
  5. On the page you want to edit, click on the ellipsis icon on the right hand side to see the Actions menu. Click Edit.
  6. Alternatively, click on the page you want to edit, then select the Edit tab.
  7. Update the URL alias.
  8. When you’re finished editing, click Publish.

 

Unpublish a page

You can unpublish individual pages from a project without affecting other content. The page will be automatically removed from anywhere its current displayed or linked to.

To unpublish a page:

  1. In the left-hand menu bar, click Projects. This displays a list of all existing projects.
  2. Scroll or search for the relevant project.
  3. Click on a Title to open the project.
  4. In the left-hand menu, under Content, click Pages. This shows all the pages that already exist for this project.
  5. Click on the page you want to unpublish. Click the Edit tab.
  6. At the top right of the screen, click on the dropdown arrow next to Publish. Choose Unpublish.
  7. You will be asked to write a Revision message outlining why you are making this change.
  8. Click Confirm.

 

Delete a page

You can delete a page from a project if it’s no longer needed, or was created by mistake. This permanently removes the page and all its content and cannot be undone. Proceed with caution!

Note: you may not have delete permissions as part of your role. If you have any questions about your permissions, contact your District Engage administrator.

To delete a page:

  1. In the left-hand menu bar, click Projects. This displays a list of all existing projects.
  2. Scroll or search for the relevant project.
  3. Click on a Title to open the project.
  4. In the left-hand menu, under Content, click Pages. This shows all the pages that already exist for this project.
  5. On the page you want to edit, click on the ellipsis icon on the right hand side to see the Action menu options. Click Delete.
  6. You’ll be prompted with a warning to confirm the action. Click Yes, Delete this Page.
  7. Your page is now deleted.
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