This article will guide you how to navigate around the Pages (beta) page.
Finding the Pages dashboard
The Pages dashboard provides an overview of all of the pages you've created.
To get to the Pages dashboard click on Pages in the left-hand navigation bar.
In the Pages dashboard you can see the pages you've created, by Page title, Page URL and Status.
This is the title of the page that will be visible in the browser tab when people view your page.
Your Page URL is added at the end of your studio's URL. For example, if your Page URL is /coming-soon, then the full URL would be https://my.marvelouspages.com/yourstudioname/coming-soon or https://www.mycustomdomain.com/yourstudioname/coming-soon if you're using a custom domain.
When the URL is red it means the URL is active so you can click on it to copy the link to the clipboard.
Note: The custom domain you use for your Marvelous site is not the custom domain for Pages. Instead, you either need to set up a completely new domain for Pages, or create a subdomain. Learn more about Custom Domains.
The status of your page is either, Published (meaning live and accessible to others) or Draft (cannot be visited by other people).
Clicking on the pencil icon will open up the page builder so that you can edit a page.
The three vertical dots on the right will bring up options to:
open the page
change the status (if the page has been published it can be changed to Draft and vice versa )
duplicate the page
delete the page
You can also search for pages you've created by typing the title of a page in the Search bar and filtering by status.
Clicking on + New page on the top right will open the page builder.
Lastly, clicking on a gear icon will open the Page Settings window.
Settings allows you to:
Launch the page editor
Publish or unpublish a page using the toggle
Change your Page Title and URL
Add custom code into the <head> of your page such as a Facebook Pixel tracking code or a Google Tag.
Note: If the URL you'd like to use consists of 2 or more words, make sure to add a hyphen. For example: new sessions would be written as new-sessions, upcoming june courses would be written as upcoming-june-courses.
Click on Save at the top once you've made changes.
You can also quickly view the page as well as copy the URL if you need to paste it in an email, a social media post, etc.
The SEO (Search Engine Optimization) tab lets you customize how your landing page appears in searches.
Switch on "Make visible on search engines" so that your landing page appears on search engines like Google and Bing.
Add your pages meta description Page description area. This is the snippet that is shown on search results and gives a brief overview of the page.
Next, add any key words or phrases that people might use when using search engines.
Lastly, add a thumbnail by clicking on Upload. You can upload images from your computer, embed an image's URL, Unsplash or upload from Canva.
When your page URL is shared on social media, the thumbnail image will be visible to viewers.
Once you've made the necessary updates, click on Save on the top right.
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