Folders are used to organize the content on your website.

Use folders

Abide by and follow the below guidelines when using folders. Being consistent with folder use ensures current and future publishers can locate content.
  • Changing the name of a folder or moving content from one folder to another will result in broken links.
    • To make ensure links are not broken, run a "Link Search" report on each affected page.
    • Link Search
  • Store all images and videos in the "_Media"* folder for your site.
  • Store all .pdfs, .docs, .xls, .ppts, and other forms in the "_Forms"* folder for your site.
  • * If you do not have these folders, you can create them.

Name your folder

Use a short, effective name for your folder. The name of your folder may be visible in the URL to your page, as well as in the page's breadcrumb trail.
Guidelines for naming your folder:
  • No punctuation should be used, except a "-" (dash).
  • Replace the words "and" and "of" with a "-" (dash). For example, "Scholarships and Grants", would become "Scholarships-Grants"
  • Capitalize each word used in naming your folder.
Folder Name in URL and Breadcrumb Trail
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Landing page in parent folder

Create a landing page with the same name as your folder and save it in the parent folder. The landing page will serve as an introduction to the contents of the folder and will ease navigation as the folder structure reflects the menu in the left navigation.
For example, if a new folder "Training Materials" is created, an introduction page is created and saved in it's parent folder "Training".

Add Page to Folder Above

Add a folder

  1. Select the “Content” tab.
    content tab 
  2. Navigate to the appropriate working folder.
    training folder 
  3. Select the “New” tab, then select ”Folder."
  4. new folder 

  5. Name your folder by typing in the “Name” field.
  6. folder name 

  7. Click the “Save” button in the top left corner. save icon 
  8. Your new folder will appear where you created it; pages and content can be created within it.
  9. new folder structure 

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