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Adding Top Level (Sibling) Pages to the Sitemap

In Plan Mode, you can use the sitemap to create the page structure and hierarchy for your website. When you add pages, you are not only adding them to the sitemap, but also to the site itself. By double-clicking the page thumbnails in the sitemap, you can open them up in Design Mode and add page contents. You can add pages by choosing the Add New Top Level Page command from the Page menu, or by clicking the Insert Page buttons.

Choose the Add New Top Level Page command

  • yellow_1.jpg If you’re not already in Plan Mode, choose Plan Mode from the View menu.
  • yellow_2.jpg Choose Add New Top Level Page from the Page menu.
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    Muse adds the page to the site. The new page thumbnail appears to the right of the last page in the sitemap. Muse highlights the page name so that you can enter a new one.

  • yellow_3.jpg Enter a name for the new page and press Return (Mac) or Enter (Win) to apply it.

Click the Insert Page buttons

  • yellow_1.jpg Choose Plan Mode from the View menu.
  • yellow_2.jpg Hover the cursor over any page in the sitemap and click the Insert Page button (the plus icon) that appears to the left or right of the thumbnail.

    Muse adds the page to the site. The new page thumbnail appears to the left or right of whichever button you clicked. Muse highlights the page name so that you can enter a new one.

  • yellow_3.jpg Enter a name for the new page and press Return (Mac) or Enter (Win) to apply it.
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