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How to add a new folder to the home page

Discussion in 'Website Customization' started by Robert Smithhart on Dec 5, 2020.

  1. Robert Smithhart

    By:Robert SmithhartDec 5, 2020
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    Our Club historian has interviewed several long term members of our club. We would like to make these easily accessible from the website. Is there a way to add a folder/icon to the home page ?
     
  2. Mickey

    By:MickeyDec 7, 2020
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    Hello Robert,

    Thank you for posting here. Here are some options to add content which has some type of folder structure:

    1. You can create folder structure by editing your top homepage menu. If you'd like you can create a top menu item > and categorize the links to the interviews there:
    https://www.clubrunnersupport.com/article/801-building-the-navigation-menu

    Lots of District sites do this because they have many links, if you goto https://rotary7080.org then you can see that "Events/Projects/Committees" top menus have folder structure.

    2. If you don't wish to put all the links into your top menu you can consider creating a 'site page'. A site page is a series of pages with a built-in lefthand-side 'table of contents', please see:
    https://www.clubrunnersupport.com/article/1165-how-to-create-a-new-site-page

    From that same District 7080 website, here is what a site page looks like:
    https://rotary7080.org/sitepage/rotaract-clubs

    If you have more questions please post again.
     
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