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3. Explore a Muse Site > Add and Organize Pages

Add and Organize Pages

In Plan view, Muse starts your site with a single page. You can add pages by clicking the plus (+) icons that appear when you hover your cursor over the page thumbnail.

You can add pages to the right and left of the original page or below it. When you click the plus (+) sign icon below a page, you create a sublevel page to create a page or a series of pages. So in Kevin’s Koffee Kart site, there are two pages beneath the “KOFFEE” page. Those two pages are considered a subsection of that “KOFFEE” page (Figure 3.2).

Figure 3.2 Add and organize pages in Plan view.

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As an example, suppose you were creating a site for a sporting goods store that sold products for three sports: baseball, badminton, and golf. In the main navigation menu, you would usually only show the three main categories: baseball, badminton, and golf. The products for each sport could be under each menu item in a submenu, called a “child page” in Muse. That way, someone browsing the site could more easily find what they are looking for instead of just surfing through a bunch of linear pages. This type of page site map would look more like a tree in the Plan view of Muse.


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