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Change a page name and settings on my website

As you build your site or reorganize it, you may need to change the names of some pages to better identify their content for your visitors. You may also want to change the settings for visibility in the navigation or to be a private page.

  1. Go to your GoDaddy product page.
  2. Scroll to Website Builder and select Manage next to your website to open your site.
  3. Select Edit Website or Edit Site to open your website builder.
  4. In the Site Navigation, hover over the page you want to change and select the page settings gear icon Settings menu. In the mobile app, select Pages then select the vertical three-dot kebab menu menu.
  5. Select Page Settings.

    Note: If you are changing the settings for a drop-down menu, it will say Menu Settings. This is where you add pages to an empty menu.


    Screenshot of the page settings menu
  6. Update your Page Title. Keep your navigation bar simple with short, clear page names.
  7. Select the appropriate toggles. Your new page can be added to both the header and the footer if you'd like (or neither to "hide" your page). If your page does not show in navigation, you can still link to it from other pages or send people the direct link.
    • Show in Navigation makes it appear in the top, header navigation.
    • Footer displays a link to the page at the bottom of each page.
    • Private Pages are like regular pages except they're only visible to members. Any page except your home page can be a private page. Learn more about managing private pages.
  8. When you're finished, select Done. If you didn’t make any changes and want to exit, select Website.
  9. Your changes are saved automatically. Use Preview to see the results and when you're ready to make the changes public, publish your site.

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