How to structure your URL with folders?

Folders are excellent for organizing pages that fall under the same category. For example, if your site contains a terms of service and a privacy policy, you could create a folder called “Legal” and include separate pages for your terms of service and privacy policy within that folder. Then, your URL structure may look something like:

In this lesson, you’ll learn:

How to create and organize folders

You can organize your pages within folders (also called directories). You can create nested folders – subfolders, or subdirectories – for sites with deep hierarchy (i.e., sites with information organized into more sublevels).

How to create folders

To create a folder, open the Pages panel and click the New folder button.

How to move folders

To move your folders to a new location, open the Pages panel and drag and drop the folder where you want it in the page list.

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How to collapse and expand folders

To keep the page list conveniently organized, you can collapse and expand folders by clicking the folder name in the page list.

How to manage folder settings

In the folder settings panel, you can:

  • Nest your folder in a parent folder
  • Specify the name and slug of your folder
  • Password protect all pages within that folder
  • Delete an empty folder by clicking the “delete” trash can icon

Good to know: You can choose the parent folder of a folder within the folder settings panel or drag and drop pages or folders into a folder from the page list. Learn more about the Pages panel.


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