How to create a new page on your site.
Last reviewed: June 10, 2021
Tip: Unlike the Classic version, right-clicking and double-clicking have no special function. Instead, select an item then look for additional tools or menus to appear.
* If you leave the Name field blank, UBCMS will create a name for you, based on your title (lowercase characters with hyphens replacing spaces or special characters). But this may have undesirable results--always check your new name after the page is created.
If you let the UBCMS automatically ceate your page's Name from your Title, the results may sometimes be undesirable.
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When viewed in the browser tab, search results, or bookmarks, UBCMS page titles will always end with ' - University at Buffalo'. This suffix is generated by the UBCMS.
Tip: To later change a page's Title, edit its Properties.
Select the page in Site Console then click Properties in the toolbar at the top of the window, or in the page's Edit console, click the equalizer icon in the top left, then click Open Properties.
Tip: The page's name becomes part of its URL, and is also used in SEO. When naming a page or a parent page that will have children, it is important to use machine readable as well as intuitive language, and to be concise so the overall URL does not become longer than necessary.
The URL of a published website will depend on its location or path in the UBCMS. Page URLs may also vary due to any redirects, vanity URLs or other features set up for that site.
Sites under /content/www/ will begin with http://www.buffalo.edu. For example, /content/www/ubcares/ will become http://www.buffalo.edu/ubcares.html, and /content/www/ubcares/etc will become http://www.buffalo.edu/ubcares/etc.html, and so on.
Sites at the same level as /content/www/ will have their top level page prepended to .buffalo.edu. For example, /content/nursing/ will become http://nursing.buffalo.edu, and /content/www/nursing/etc will become http://nursing.buffalo.edu/etc.html, and so on.
When you create a page, you can adjust a number of settings, a few of which are outlined here. (All these settings are accessible later through page Properties and some are described further in the Features Library.)