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The difference between Pages & Sections
The difference between Pages & Sections
Learn the difference between Pages & Section of your Website. You can set up the structure of your website using Sections and Pages.
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Pages & Sections: Your Site's Navigation

Your website could contain a combination of information about yourself, your company, your products & services

Note: Ensure that your website contains high-quality content in order to reach and engage a wide audience.

Each page on your website may be a link directly to your site's homepage in the main menu, or it may be found as a sub-menu.  You can set up the structure of your website using Sections and Pages.


Sections are the top-level navigation of your website.  On your store's website, the Sections are the Main Menu items


Pages are sub-items of your Sections. On your store's website, Pages appear as sub-menu items (drop-down menus), and are linked to the pages on your website. 

Setting up your Site Navigation

To view and add Sections and Pages, click Site Pages in the Website tab of your Workspace.

Use the Site Pages screen to build the basic structure of your store. Two primary functions you perform here are adding Sections and Pages. When you create Sections, they appear as folders here.  The Sections on your store's website becomes the Main Menu items.

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