SportsEngine

Adding a Page

Last Updated: Jul 18, 2016 10:11AM CDT
Pages are the most basic structural component of SportsEngine sites and are required in order for you to post content to your website. In order to create a page, you require either a Webmaster or Page Ownership level of access for the site you plan to create it for. There are several types of pages, including the following:
  • General Pages
  • Link Buttons
  • League Pages
  • Division Pages
  • Team Pages
  • Microsite Pages
  • Calendar Pages
  • News Collector Pages
  • Document Collector
  • Photo Collector
General Pages
  1. Access the SportsEngine site you wish to create a page for, and for which you have a Webmaster or Page Owner level of access.
  2. Log in with your SportsEngine Account.
  3. Toggle the site into Edit Mode.
  4. Navigate to the area of the site in which you’d like to add the page.
  5. On the top left portion of the screen, under the header of Current Section, select the yellow Add New Page option. (Or select the Edit Top Nav button to add a page to the top navigation.)
  6. Select a Page Type of General Page.
  7. You will then be brought to an Add New General Page screen, where you can enter the following information. Note that only Button Title and Page Title are required to create the page.
    1. Page Template (for which there is a drop menu). No page templates are available by default when creating a General Page.
    2. Button Title (short). This is the title of the page as seen on the left-hand navigation bar, or top navigation bar.
    3. Page Title (long). This is the title of the page as it will be seen on the page banner.
    4. Friendly Name (vanity url). You can name it anything you’d like.
    5. Page Display Status (for which there is a drop menu). Choose the initial state of your page: Disabled, Private, or Public.  Page status can be changed later from the Permissions tab.
    6. Enable News (check box). This is recommended, especially for primary site pages, so you can post news articles on the page if you later decide to do so.
    7. Enable Events (check box). This is recommended, especially for primary site pages, so you can post event information on the page if you later decide to do so.
    8. Page Columns. The option of a second column provides the page with a sidebar for easy navigation to other pages.
    9. CSS ID.
    10. DFP Zone (SportsEngine use only).
    11. Cache Timeout (for which there is a drop menu). Users’ web browsers will save information from the page. Setting the cache timeout will clear the saved data on the page and reset it for the users.
  8. Select either the Create This Page button or the Create and Go To Page button.
  9. You will have now successfully created a General Page.
‚ÄčCalendar Pages
Calendar pages pull in all events to your organization's website. They can actually only be added by a SportsEngine employee, but should exist on your site by default. If a calendar page is not present (or if you want it deleted), contact SportsEngine at help@sportngin.com.

News Collector Pages
News collector pages pull in all news to your organization's website. They can actually only be added by a SportsEngine employee, but should exist on your site by default. If a calendar page is not present (or if you want it deleted), contact SportsEngine at help@sportngin.com.
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