Moving a page within the navigation of website

Here's the tutorial video on moving pages within your website navigation:

 

There are two ways that allow you to move a page position within your website's navigation.

1. The first uses the grey arrows to the right of the page name.

From the "Content Manager" section of HQi, select "Add/Edit Pages" on the left-hand navigation menu.

To move a page up or down, use the arrow buttons on the right-hand side of the page.

2. Alternatively, you can use the drag-and-drop feature to change the location of pages.

From the "Content Manager" section of HQi, choose "Add/Edit Pages" on the left-hand navigation menu.

From the "Add/Edit Content" page, hold your mouse within the grey lines of the page that you desire to move, then drag to the position where you want the page to go.

In this example, we are moving the "Flat With ExtraID" page to sit underneath the "Image Gallery With ExtraID" page; you will see how the lines overlap when you are dragging a page to a new position.
 


 

3. Once you have dragged the page to its new position, release the mouse. The below message will appear while the page position is being changed.

 

4. Once this message disappears, the page will have changed position within the table. See screen below.
 

 

5. The page will have also changed position on the website.
 

 

Moving Pages with Sub Navigation

Moving pages that have sub-pages works exactly the same way as moving an individual page.

1. From the "Content Manager" section of HQi, click the "Add/Edit Pages" option on the left-hand navigation menu.

2. From the "Add/Edit Content" page, left-click the mouse and hold within the grey lines of the page that you wish to move and then drag to the position where you would like the page to go.

In this example, we are moving Page A and the two sub-pages to sit below Page D. You will see how the lines overlap when you are dragging a page to a new position.

 


 

When moving pages with sub-pages, only the parent page (main navigation) will look like it is being moved until after you have released the mouse, then the sub-pages will have also moved.

 

3. When you have dragged the page to its new position, release the mouse button. The below message will appear while the page's position is being changed.
 

4. Once this message disappears, the pages will have changed positions.
 


5. You will notice that the parent page and sub-pages have also changed positions on the website.