Header and footer
The site header is at the top of every page and includes the university logo, your site name and the navigation menu. The footer is the gray section at the bottom of every page.
Your site name appears at the top of every page and is the same on every page.
Menus are the links that appear in the “framework” of your site that allow visitors to find and navigate to pages.
Admin access and privacy settings
These settings determine who can access your website to make edits or updates, as well as your website’s visibility to the public and in search engines like Google and Bing.
Make people administrators or editors of your website by adding them as users.
When you're ready to launch your site, change the visibility settings so search engines can find it.
Advanced settings and troubleshooting
Most of these settings won’t be necessary until your website has launched, if you ever need them at all.
Google Analytics provides valuable insights into how people use your site. Set it up soon as your site launches to start collecting data right away.
If you already have a website, launching a new site will break many or all of the links and bookmarks to the pages on your old site.
A redirect automatically forwards a website’s visitors from one URL (web address) to another.
When your new website is set up, it already has a homepage just waiting for your edits. If this page is removed, you can set a new homepage.
If something on a page doesn't appear quite right and you understand the basics of HTML, the easiest solution can be to look for rogue tags in the code.