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Schools Website Service user guide

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Relationships between pages

Within the School Website Service the relationship between pages is expressed using the family terms ‘parent’, ‘child’ and ‘sibling’.

Site structure tree diagram

Parent

  • The parent of the ‘Contact us’ page is the ‘About us’ page.

  • The parent of the ‘About us’ page is the ‘Home’ page.

  • The ‘Home’ page is the only page without a parent.

  • A page always only has one parent (except the home page).

Child

  • The ‘Home’ page has three children: ‘About us’, ‘Infants’, and ‘Juniors’.

  • The ‘Infants’ page also has three children: ‘Class 1’, ‘Class 2’, and ‘Class R’.

  • The ‘Ofsted Report’ page has no children.

  • A page can have none or more children.



Sibling

  • The ‘About us’ page has two siblings: ‘Infants’ and ‘Juniors’.

  • The ‘Class 4’ page also has two siblings: ‘Class 3’ and ‘Class 5’.

  • The ‘Home’ page has no siblings.

  • A page can have none or more siblings.

 

New pages

  • The initial state of any new page is "At Work". A  newly created page won't show when you are logged out until its state is set to "Active". It will only show up when you are in editing mode

  • When you click on a new page to edit it, the following message will be displayed: 'WARNING: This page is not active and cannot be seen on the website. To make it active, use the "Change page state...." button ...'

  • When you make a page active it will not appear on your live website immediately

  • All your pages will begin with the school’s DfES number.

Create a new page

  • Click on the ‘Create a new page’ button in the admin panel to enter the following information about the new page:

Creating a new page

  • 'Create a new page called (enter a short, meaningful name)' - will show up in search engines and user’s browser

  • 'As a (enter child, parent or sibling) of the current page)' - location for the page in relation to the current page

  • 'Link text (optional - will be set to page name if not entered)' - appears in the navigation bar as a link to the page

  • 'URL (optional - based on page name if not entered)' - allows you to override the automatically-generated page address

  • 'Description....(enter a brief summary of the content of the page)' - used by search engines

  • 'Keywords (enter wordsyou think people are likely to be searching for if they want to find that page)' - used by search engines

  • 'Duplicate current page content' (optional tick box) - to duplicate the content of a page you have created

  • 'New page is a web form' (optional tick box) - to publish page as a web form

  • Click the Create button to create the new, blank page and receive a confirmation message.

 

Move a page (and all its children)

  • Browse to the page you want to move

  • Click on the Move page button in the admin panel.

You will be asked where you would like to move the current page to.

‘Before’ and ‘After’ - refer to the order of the items in the navigation bar

‘Below’ - means as a child (or sub-page).

More help on the relative position of pages is available..

Moving a page

Once you have chosen a location:

  • Click on the Move button to move the page.

The following confirmation message will be displayed:

'The page and all its children have been successfully moved to their new location'.

 

Delete a page

  • Browse to the page you want to delete -you cannot delete a page if it has children, you must delete all the children first.

  • Click on the Delete button in the admin panel.

As deletion cannot be undone you are given a warning:

Delete a page

  • Click on the bottom Delete button.if you are sure that you want to delete the page

The following confirmation message will be displayed:

'The page has been successfully deleted'

  • Click on another page in the navigation to continue'.

 

Change the state of a page

  • Browse to the page.

  • Click on the Change page state button in the admin panel.

You are now shown the current page state and given the option to choose the new page state.

Change page state

  • Choose the new page state and click on the Change button.

The following confirmation message will be displayed:

'The state of the page has been successfully changed to "At Work"'.

You may see different options depending on the current state  of the page and your editing rights. .

 

Change the settings of a page

  • Browse to the page.

  • Click on the Change page settings button.

The following screen shows the page settings that you can change:

Change page settings

Both description and keywords are Used by search engines to index your site.

  • For description enter a brief summary of the content of the page.

  • For keywords enter words you think people are likely to be searching for if they want to find that page.

  • Click the Change button once you have entered your changes

 

 

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