Adding a New Page
Setting Up the Page
To set up the page, select the gear in the top right-hand corner of the page and click “Page” (not “Block”).
If your page title is very long, for example, Three Minute Thesis (3MT) at the University of Toronto, your url will be very long (sgs.utoronto.ca/three-minute-thesis-3mt-at-the-university-of-toronto). Shorter urls are better for SEO (search engine optimization). To change the url to read sgs.utoronto.ca/3mt, update “URL Slug” on the right-hand side to “3mt”, this will change your url.
Select the parent page your page falls under. For example, the parent page for this page is the “sgs” in the url demo.provost.utoronto.ca/sgs/new-page (the page is titled “School of Graduate Studies”, but the slug is “sgs”). This may take a second to load.
You can choose to publish the page publicly, privately, or to password protect the page if you are not ready for the general public to view it. There is also the option to “Save draft” (for a new page) or “Switch to draft” (after the page is published).
When you “Preview” the page (top right), please note that the page features may not show up as they will when the page is published.
- Automatic Anchors (“On this page”)
- Basic Tables
- Breadcrumb Navigation
- Bootstrap Tables
- Full Width Page
- Page Title
- Private Content
Updating the Page
Please always refer to the SGS website style guide for the most up-to-date information about styles, headings, colours, sizes, fonts, and more. Thank you for your commitment to making the entire SGS website ecosystem consistent and accessible!
If you have any questions about website design, layout, or need some tips on how to best structure or present your content, please contact SGS Communications.
Publishing the Page
Always double check your page after publishing to make sure that your content appears as you would like it to.
If you can see a table on the left-hand side of the published page linking to other pages, you may want to toggle to “Full Width page” under “Page Features” to make your content take up the whole page.