ClubPal has content management tools that allow you to add custom pages to your ClubPal site. This means you can add information about your club, or even host your clubs website on ClubPal. You can also customise the navigation by adding your own pages, changing the order, and creating drop down menus. In addition, you can set pages to only be visible by active members.
By navigating toyou can create custom pages. When creating a page, give it a title, a description and set the URL and set if the page is published.
The page title is used as the title in the browser address bar, on the page header, and also used by search engines for listing content.
The page description adds the meta description tag to the page source for SEO purposes. It is not shown to users.
The page URL is the address of the page on your site e.g. if you enter a page URL of "about", the page will have an address of https://your-site.clubpal.app/about. Page URLs can only contain numbers, letter and dashes.
If the page is not published, it can only be viewed by users with the Manage Content permission. When you are ready to allow the page to be viewed by everyone, you can set the page to Published.
When set, only members with a Membership Status set to Active, Lapsed or Trial will be able to view the page.
The Navigation configuration allows you to change add, remove, and change the order of the menu items shown on the site. Drag the navigation items to the order that you want them. You can drag pages from the Available Pages area the menu, or to remove them, drag them from the menu to the Available container.
You can also create dropdown menus by dragging an item to the right, just below the item you want to be the parent.
Navigation for Content Pages will only be shown if the current user has permission to view the page e.g. the page is published or the current user has the Manage Content permission, or for members only pages, the member has a current membership. Otherwise, the navigation item will be hidden.