Users of the standard or trial editions of Content can compose content directly for websites. From the website view, you can add or delete pages from a website, change your site's navigation, change a page's layout, and update your page content.
Edit your site structure
The site manager is used to edit the structure of your website, create pages, and to edit the details of each page in your site. A page represents a location in your website's navigational structure. You use the site manager to manage the position of pages in your site's structure. The page content defines which pieces of content are rendered within each page, and is, itself, a content item in your hub's content collection.
Any changes that you make to the list of pages in the site manager, such as adding, moving, or removing pages, are reflected in the site navigation of your website. You can change page names by editing the page properties.
The page path is used to identify the page in the URL and can be different from the page name. This is useful if you'd like your URL to display a simpler version of the page name. The full URL to the page is displayed after this field. The page title and page description are displayed in search engine results. Make sure you use friendly and engaging titles and descriptions to encourage users to click on your page when users search for content.
When you create pages, you can hide the page from your site navigation. For example, an Events page contains a summary view that dynamically changes to display multiple events. You can use hidden pages to contain the event details without cluttering your navigation on your published site.
Remove a page from a website
When you remove a page by using the site composer, the page is removed from the site manager, and it no longer appears in your site's navigation. However, the page's content and any content that was referenced on the page continue to be stored in your subscription's content collection. So, if you need to re-create a page that was removed, create a new page and then reference the same content that was used by the old page.