Renaming a page

With Heek, you can create as many pages as you would like for your website.  For easier use, Heek automatically attributes a default title to each page that you have created, but you are free to change it.  It is quick and simple.

 

What’s a page name?

A page name allows users to understand what the content will be about.  It is found in the menu section and allows users to browse through your website more easily. It is therefore highly recommended to name your pages with simple and clear terms.

 

Rename a page from your website’s menu

The most direct way to change the name of a page is by going through the menu section found in the header or footer of your website.  

 

To rename a page from the website’s menu:

  • Hover over the page name in your website’s menu
  • Click on “Edit title” and a settings window will appear

  • Erase the name of the page and replace it with a new name you wish to give it

  • Press enter to validate the change
  • Click on the “X” top right to close the settings window.

 

Rename a page from your page list

If you do not have a menu on your website (which we highly don’t recommend) or prefer renaming a page from your page list, it is equally fast and easy to do.

 

To rename a page from your page list:

  • To access the page list, click on the following symbol in the editor’s principal menu : 

  • Click on the page name to edit the name

  • Erase the old name of the page and replace it with a new name you wish to give it
  • Press enter to validate the change

 

The name of the page will instantly be updated in your website’s menu.

 

Implications to keep in mind: Menu, title page and URL

Once you’ve renamed a page, the menu will be updated instantly as you’ve changed the navigation title.

 

The page title, meaning the name that appears in the browser’s address bar and in search engines, will equally change.

If you wish to choose a different page title, you will need to change the settings manually (to be updated in another article).

 

On the other hand, Heek only updates a page’s URL the first time you rename it.  The URL of a page corresponds to its unique address that appears on your internet browser’s address bar and should therefore not be changed unless necessary.

 

If you want more information on the different features associated to the pages of your website, feel free to browse through our dedicated section for this subject.

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