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Website Support

Take a look at a few of our frequently answered questions.

To download a text-only copy of our support page, click here. To view online videos for each of the procedures listed below, click here.

Log In

Using the Dashboard

Logging in to your site

1. To log in to your site to make any changes, visit your URL and enter /wp-admin at the end. For example, visit www.teeitupmarketing.com/wp-login to enter the dashboard section.

2. Enter the username and password that you received for the dashboard and click Login Button

Logging Into Your Site

Set Up an Email Forward

Set up an Email Forward

To set up an email forward, following these simple steps:
1. Log on to the webmail portion of your website – www.yourdomain.com/webmail/.

2. Choose “Forwarding Options” on your welcome screen.

3. Choose Add Forwarder.

4. Type the name of the email address you would like mail delivered too.

5. Choose “Add Forwarder”

6. Repeat this process as many times as you would like  - you can set up several emails to receive copies of mail delivered to one account.

Helpful hint: Please remember to log in to your original email accounts (the one you set the forward up for) webmail portal once a month to “clear” the email data that you have received to other accounts. This will ensure the speed and accuracy of your forwarding is performing at the highest level possible.

Pages

What are Pages?

Pages serve as the main backbone of your website; Tee Times, Membership Details, Events, etc. are all pages on your website. You can find pages by logging in to your website’s dashboard and clicking “Pages” on the left sidebar.

Pages Tab on Dashboard

Adding Pages

To add a page to your website, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Click “Add New”

Add New Page

4. Give the page a title where you see “Enter Title Here”

5. Insert your content in the text box below the title – this will display on your site

Create A New Page

Pasting from Word Processors

Because word processors add styling to content that you may not see, it is recommended to use one of these buttons if pasting content from an external word processor.

Insert from Text Editor will open an editor to assist you in pasting content from a text editor.

 

Insert from Word will open an editor to assist you in pasting content from Microsoft Word.

 

More information about the text editing tools can be found in the Kitchen Sink Section.

6. Click Preview Button, on the right side, to view the page before it is published to your site

7. To publish the page, click Publish Button on the right side

8. After publishing the page, click View Page Button on the top of your screen, right below the page title

View Page

9. Contact our support team to get the page added to your menu

Editing Pages

To edit a page on your website, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the name of the page that you would like to edit

Click to Edit Page

4. Make the changes in the content text box

Update Page Content

Information about the text editing tools can be found in the Kitchen Sink Section.

5. Click Preview Changes Button to view the changes before they are published to your site

6. Click Update Button to publish the changes

7. When viewing the page, you may have to click F5 to see the changes that have been made.

Adding a List

Adding a list is simple and an effective way to get your message across to your customer. Take the following steps to add a list to your website.

1. Go to the page you would like to add a list to on your Website Dashboard.

2. In the visual editor, type out your list and hit “enter” to go from line to line.

3. Highlight your entire list and choose from a “bullet” list or “number” list in your menu bar

4. If you need to add an item to your list, click enter to get a new bullet or number. To escape the list entirely, hit enter twice.

Create A Rates 'Table'

The Fore! Rates button was created to give the rates page a more “table-like” feel. This allows the list of rates to appear to show up in columns on the desktop website, but also display correctly on the mobile site. The following is a step-by-step procedure in utilizing the button.

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar
Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the “Rates” page to edit
Click to Edit Page

4. Add the content to the page
Add content to rates page

5. Highlight what we call the “Rate Category” (18 Holes with Cart, Senior Rate, Twilight….)
Highlight Rate Category

6. Click the Rates button
Click Rates button

7. You’ll see a dotted line around the Rate Category – type within the dotted line to edit the Rate Category, type outside of these bounds to edit the cost.
Dotted line around Rate Category

8. Repeat this process for each of the Rate Categories.

9. Click Preview Changes Button to view the changes before they are published to your site

10. Click Update Button to publish the changes
Repeat process for all Rate Categories

11. This is how the rates now show up on the site:
Rates appear in columns on website

You’ll notice with this new feature, your rates appear to be in columns, displaying more table-like. This is the best solution for rates to appear readable and clear across all browsers, desktop and mobile-sites alike!

Edit A Rates 'Table'

The Fore! Rates button was created to give the rates page a more “table-like” feel. This allows the list of rates to appear to show up in columns on the desktop website, but also display correctly on the mobile site. The following is a step-by-step procedure in utilizing the button.

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar
Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the “Rates” page to edit
Click to Edit Page

4. You’ll see a dotted line around each of the Rate Categories

  • Type within the dotted line to update the Rate Category
  • Type outside of the dotted line to update the Rate

Work within dotted lines to update Rate Category Work outside of the dotted lines to update the Rate

5. Click Preview Changes Button to view the changes before they are published to your site

6. Click Update Button to publish the changes
Click Preview and Update

7. The rates will continue to show in the “table-like” columns.
Rates appear in columns on website

You’ll notice with this new feature, your rates appear to be in columns, displaying more table-like. This is the best solution for rates to appear readable and clear across all browsers, desktop and mobile-sites alike!

“The Kitchen Sink” or Content Editing Tools

What is the Kitchen Sink?

The “Kitchen Sink,” or the Content Editing Tools, are the formatting tools that allow you to make edits to the look of your content. The buttons are located at the top of the content text box when creating or editing a page, they include bold, underline, lists, center-align and more. Take a look at the next section to discover what each button does.

The Kitchen Sink

What do these buttons do?

The “Kitchen Sink” is the set of formatting tools that allow you to edit and emphasize your text. It is located above the content text box when editing or creating a page. Some buttons have more advanced features that we do not recommend you use. The buttons that you will often use are:

Buttons to Use

Emphasis

Bold will make highlighted text bold.

Italic will italicize highlighted text.

Strike will strike-through highlighted text.

Lists

Bulleted List Inserts a:

  • Bulleted
  • List

 

Numbered List Inserts a:

  1. Numbered
  2. List
Alignment

Left Align will left-align
highlighted text.

Center Align will center-align
highlighted text.
Right Align will right-align
highlighted text.
Links

Link will open an editor to assist you in linking word(s) to a page on your site or another site.

Unlink will remove a link from text.

Text Tools

Spell Check will spellcheck spell check your content.

Font

Font Size allows you to change the font size of highlighted text.

Preinstalled Formatting allows you to assign pre-installed formatting to highlighted text.

Pasting from Word Processors

Because word processors add styling to content that you may not see, it is recommended to use one of these buttons if pasting content from an external word processor.

Insert from Text Editor will open an editor to assist you in pasting content from a text editor.

Insert from Word will open an editor to assist you in pasting content from Microsoft Word.

Undo

Undo will undo any special formatting applied to highlighted text.

Other

Insert Special Character will open up a library of special characters that you can insert into content.
(i.e. © ♥ ♦ ♣ ♠)

Print will print everything in the content text box.

Text Color changes the highlighted text color.

Text Highlight changes the highlighted text background color, the default is none.

Help opens up the help screen to give you tips on content editing.

Media

What is the Media Gallery?

Media is the images, videos, recordings, and files you upload and use in your website. Media is typically uploaded and inserted into the content when writing a page. The Media Gallery, also referred to as the Media Library, allows you to edit, view, insert and delete media previously uploaded to your site.

Adding Images to a Page from your Computer

To add images from your computer to a page on your website, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the name of the page that you will be adding images to

Click to Edit Page

4. Above the content text box, click Upload/Insert Button to upload and insert an image from your computer.

Upload/Insert Media

5. Click Upload Files Button and Select Files Button

Upload Files Screen

6. Find the image you would like to add from your computer

File Upload Screen

You can choose multiple images at the same time by selecting the files and holding the Control button (PC) or Command button (Mac) at the same time.

7. Click Open Button or the Upload Button.

8. If multiple files have been uploaded, click the image thumbnail to edit individual image’s information.

Uploaded Images Screen

9. The image is uploaded, before you insert the image onto your page, enter the image’s attributes. (Aside from the image’s title, all other attributes are optional; they give users and search engines more information about the image. Skip to step #10 if you don’t wish to add this information).

  • Title: This is the only required attribute of the image. The default for the title is the file name of the image. The title shows up when a mouse is hovered over the image.
  • Alternate Text: Text that is shown if the image does not load.
  • Caption: Text displayed directly underneath the image.
  • Description: Text displayed with the image in your dashboard and attachment pages on your blog.
  • Link URL / Link Image to: The URL/web address the image will be linked to; the default link is the full-sized image.
    • Click Noneif you do not want the image to link to anything.
    • Click the File URL button to link the image to its original, full-size version (default).
    • Click the Attachment Post URL button to have the image link to a separate page where the image is pasted on.
  • Alignment: The position of the image within your content.
    • None will automatically insert the photo into its own line in the content.
    • Left will left-align the image, the text will wrap around the image.
    • Center will center-align the image, the image will be inserted into its own line.
    • Right will right-align the image, the text will wrap around the image.
  • Size: The size of the image displayed.
  • Click the Edit Image button beneath the image preview to rotate, flip, scale, or crop the image.

10. Click Insert into Post Button

  • By default, all images that you upload will be selected to be inserted into the page. You can see which images will be inserted in the bottom left corner of the media gallery screen (highlighted in the image above).
  • To unselect an image from being inserted into the page, click the check box on the top right corner of the larger image thumbnail.

11. You will then find your image(s) on the page. The image is inserted wherever the mouse cursor is located in the content text box; move the image to its proper location, if necessary.

If you would like to insert more images, follow the next steps, if not, skip to step #12

11 (a). Above the content text box, click Upload/Insert Button to retrieve the already-uploaded images.Upload/Insert Media11 (b). Click the image thumbnail that you would like to insert onto the page. You can see the image to be inserted in the bottom left corner of the media gallery screen.Choose More Images11 (c). You can edit the image’s attributes as described above (optional)

11 (d). Click Insert into Post Button

11 (e). The image is inserted wherever the mouse cursor is located in the content text box; move the image to its proper location, if necessary.

11 (f). If there are more images to insert onto the page, repeat the previous steps, if not, move onto step #12.

12. Click Preview Changes Button to view the image(s) on the page before it is published to your site

13. Click Update Button to publish the image(s) to the page

Update and Preview Button

14. When viewing the page, you may have to click F5 to see the changes that have been made.

Adding Images to a Page from a URL

To add an image from a URL (already published on the web) to a page on your website, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the name of the page that you will be adding images to

Click to Edit Page

4. Above the content text box, click Upload/Insert Button to upload and insert an image from a URL.<

Upload/Insert Media

5. Click Insert From URL Button

Insert From URL Button

6. Find the URL of the image you would like to add:

  • Navigate to the site where the image is located
  • Right-click on the image
  • Click “Copy Image Location” from the pop-up menu

Copy Image Location

  • If “Copy Image Location” is not an option, click “Properties” and copy the URL of the Location in the “Image Properties” section.

Image Properties

7. Paste the URL in the URL entry text box

Photo Attributes

8. The image will automagically preview in the media gallery screen, if you choose to, enter the image’s attributes. (Aside from the image’s title, all other attributes are optional; they give users and search engines more information about the image. Skip to step #10 if you don’t wish to add this information).

Media Upload from URL

  • Title: This is the only other required attribute of the image. The title shows up when a mouse is hovered over the image.
  • Alternate Text: Text that is shown if the image does not load.
  • Image Caption: Text displayed directly underneath the image.
  • Alignment: The position of the image within your post or page.
    • None will automatically insert the photo into its own line in the content.
    • Left will left-align the image, the text will wrap around the image.
    • Center will center-align the image, the image will be inserted into it own line.
    • Right will right-align the image, the text will wrap around the image.
  • Link Image to: The URL/web address to which the image will be linked.
    • Click Noneif you do not want the image to link to anything.
    • Click the Link to image button to link the image to its location on its original site.

9. Click Insert into Post Button

10. You will then find your image on the page. The image is inserted wherever the mouse cursor is located in the content text box; move the image to its proper location, if necessary.

11. Click Preview Changes Button to view the image on the page before it is published to your site

12. Click Update Button to publish the image to the page

Update and Preview Button

13. When viewing the page, you may have to click F5 to see the changes that have been made.

Please Note: If the image is removed from the current site that it is housed on, it will no longer show on your site.

Please only use images that are your own.

Link a PDF to a Page

To add a link to a PDF on your website, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard
3. Find and click the name of the page that you will be adding PDFs to

Click to Edit Page

REMEMBER: You are only able to upload a PDF, Word documents or excel spreadsheets will not upload.

4. Click on the Add Media Button just below the title of your page.

PDF Linking Step 5

5. Click on Upload Files then choose Select Files. Navigate to where the PDF is saved on your computer and click on Open. The PDF will upload and you will automatically be taken to the Media Library and the PDF will be selected (note the blue checkmark on the file).
Upload PDF

6. Scroll down to the bottom of that window and you will see the link URL (web address) on the bottom right of your screen. Make sure you highlight the full address, starting with http:// and ending with .com. Right click and copy the address.

PDF Linking Step 6

7. Close out of the window (click on the X in the upper right) and you will be back on the page.

8. Type the text you want your customers to click on (Ex. Click Here for Entry Form) on your page.
9. Highlight the text and then click on the Insert/Edit link button on the page above the content area.

PDF Linking Step 10

10. The Insert/Edit Link box will open. Delete the http:// from the URL field. Right click and chose paste to paste your PDF URL address into the field. If you want the PDF to open in a new window when the customer clicks the link, click on “Open link in a new window/tab” box. When finished, click on Add Link in the lower right corner.

PDF Linking Step 11

11. The PDF is now linked on the page! You will notice that the text is blue and underlined. Click on update on the right side to save your changes.

Please Note: The PDF image will not appear on the page, only a link to download the PDF.

Adding a Video Link to your Page from your Computer

To add a link to a video from your computer, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the name of the page that you will be adding videos to

Click to Edit Page

4. Above the content text box, click Upload/Insert Button to upload and insert a link to a video from your computer.

Upload/Insert Media

5. Click Select Files Button

Select Files

6. Find the video you would like to add from your computer

Upload Video Window

You can choose multiple videos at the same time by selecting the files and holding the Control button (PC) or Command button (Mac) at the same time.

7. Click Open Button or the Upload Button.

8. If multiple files have been uploaded, click Show Button to edit individual video’s information.

9. The video is uploaded, fill in the title of the video. This is the text that will show as the link to the video (“Click here to see the Hole in One“), the default is the file name. Caption and Description do not need to be filled in.<

Video Attributes

10. Click Insert into Post Button

11. You will then find a link to your video on the page. The link is inserted wherever the mouse cursor is located in the content text box; move the link to its proper location, if necessary.

While you can upload multiple videos at one time, you can only insert one video link onto your page at a time. If you are inserting multiple videos follow the next steps, if not, skip to step #12

12. Above the content text box, click Upload/Insert Button to retrieve the already-uploaded videos.

Upload/Insert Media

13. Click the Gallery Tab to view your previously uploaded files

Gallery Tab

14. Next to the video to be inserted, click Show Button to edit individual image’s information.

Gallery

15. Click Insert into Post Button

16. You will then find a link to your video on the page. The link is inserted wherever the mouse cursor is located in the content text box; move the link to its proper location, if necessary.

17. If there are more videos to insert onto the page, repeat the previous steps, if not, move onto step #12.

18. Click Preview Changes Button to view the video link on the page before it is published to your site

19. Click Update Button to publish the video link to the page.

Update and Preview Button

20. When viewing the page, you may have to click F5 to see the changes that have been made.

Please Note: The video will not appear on the page, only a link to view the video.

Adding a Video Link to your Page from a URL

To add a link to a video from a URL (already published on the web) to a page on your website, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the name of the page that you will be adding the video link to

Click to Edit Page

4. Above the content text box, click Upload/Insert Button to upload and insert a video from a URL.

Upload/Insert Media

5. Click From URL Tab

Add Media URL

6. Click Audio, Video, or Other File Button

Check Video Option

7. Find the URL of the video you would like to add:

  • Navigate to the site where the video is located
  • Copy the web address, or URL of the already-published video

Copy Video URL

8. Paste the URL in the URL entry text box

9. The video link is almost uploaded, give the video a Title. This is the text that will show up as the link (“Click here to view the Hole in One Video“).

Paste Video URL

10. Click Insert into Post Button

11. You will then find a link to your video on the page. The link is inserted wherever the mouse cursor is located in the content text box; move the link to its proper location, if necessary.

12. Click Preview Changes Button to view the video link on the page before it is published to your site

13. Click Update Button to publish the video link to the page

Update and Preview Button

14. When viewing the page, you may have to click F5 to see the changes that have been made.

Please Note: If the video is removed from the current site that it is housed on, it will no longer show on your site.

Please only use videos that are your own.

Embedding a Video on your Page

To embed a video on your site, it must first be uploaded to an external video sharing site (i.e. YouTube, Vimeo, etc.). To embed a video on a page in your site, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the name of the page that you will be adding the video link to

Click to Edit Page

4. Above the content text box, on the right side, click HTML Tab

HTML Editor

5. Get the embedding code for the video:

  • Navigate to the site where the video is located; this example uses a YouTube video, other video-sharing sites will take similar steps.
  • On YouTube, click Share Button located underneath the video.

Share Button YouTube

  • On the options box that opens up, click Embed Button

Embed Button

  • Copy the code that is generated

Embed Iframe YouTube

6. Paste the code in the HTML tab of the content text box

Insert iframe Code

7. Click Preview Changes Button to view the video on the page before it is published to your site

8. Click Update Button to publish the video to the page

Update and Preview Button

9. When viewing the page, you may have to click F5 to see the changes that have been made.

10. It is recommended to switch back to the Visual Editor before making any more edits; click Visual Tab on the top right of the content text box.

Visual Editor

Please Note: If the video is removed from the current site that it is housed on, it will no longer show on your site.

Please only use videos that are your own.

Adding a Slideshow to your Page

To add a slideshow of images to a page on your website, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the name of the page that you will be adding the slideshow to

Click to Edit Page

4. Above the content text box, click Upload/Insert Button to upload and insert images from your computer.

Upload/Insert Media

5. Click Select Files Button

Select Files

6. Find the images you would like to add from your computer

File Upload Screen

You can choose multiple images at the same time by selecting the files and holding the Control button (PC) or Command button (Mac) at the same time.

7. Click Open Button or the Upload Button.

8. Once the pictures are finished uploading, click Save All Changes Button at the bottom of the window

9. The pictures will now all be in that page’s media gallery; you can close out of the “Add Media” window.

10. Wherever you would like the slideshow to appear, add the code:

This code automatically inserts a slideshow of whatever images are in your page’s gallery.

11. Click Preview Changes Button to view the slideshow on the page before it is published to your site

12. Click Update Button to publish the slideshow to the page; all images in the page’s media gallery will be included in the slideshow.

Update and Preview Button

13. When viewing the page, you may have to click F5 to see the changes that have been made.

Adding Images to a Slideshow on your Page

To add images to a slideshow, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the name of the page with the slideshow

Click to Edit Page

4. Above the content text box, click Upload/Insert Button to upload and insert images from your computer.

Upload/Insert Media

5. Click Select Files Button

Select Files

6. Find the images you would like to add from your computer

File Upload Screen

You can choose multiple images at the same time by selecting the files and holding the Control button (PC) or Command button (Mac) at the same time.

7. Click Open Button or the Upload Button.

8. Once the pictures are finished uploading, click Save All Changes Button at the bottom of the window

9. The pictures will now all be in that page’s media gallery; you can close out of the “Add Media” window.

10. Click Preview Changes Button to view the new images in the slideshow before it is published to your site

11. Click Update Button to publish the new images in the slideshow.

Update and Preview Button

12. When viewing the page, you may have to click F5 to see the changes that have been made.

Changing the Order of Images in a Slideshow

To change the order of the images in a slideshow, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the name of the page with the slideshow

Click to Edit Page

4. Above the content text box, click Upload/Insert Button

Upload/Insert Media

5. Click the Gallery Tab to view your previously uploaded files

Gallery Tab

6. You can now drag and drop the images into the correct order.

7. Click Save All Changes Button at the bottom of the window

8. Exit out of the “Add Media” Window

9. Click Preview Changes Button to view the new image order in the slideshow before it is published to your site

10. Click Update Button to publish the order change to the slideshow

Update and Preview Button

11. When viewing the page, you may have to click F5 to see the changes that have been made.

Deleting Media

Please Note: Deleting media from your Media Library will permanently remove that file from your site. If you would like to remove an image, video, link, etc. from where it is placed, simply highlight and delete it from the content text box.

By following the next steps to delete media from your media library, the file will no longer be stored on your site. If it is placed anywhere on your site, it will give a “Failure to Load” error. Please proceed with caution.

If you no longer wish to have the file stored in your library, take the following steps:

1. Log in to the dashboard of your website

2. Click “Pages” on the left sidebar

Pages Tab on Dashboard

3. Find and click the name of the page the media to be deleted is uploaded to

Click to Edit Page

4. Above the content text box, click Upload/Insert Button to find the media to be deleted

Upload/Insert Media

5. Next to the file to be deleted, click Show Button

Multiple Files Uploaded

6. At the bottom of the file’s information, click the link

Deleting Media

7. When prompted, click Continue Button to move forward with deleting the media from your site.

Deleting Media

8. If the media is currently on the page, delete it from the content

9. Click Preview Changes Button to view the new image order in the slideshow before it is published to your site

10. Click Update Button to publish the order change to the slideshow

Update and Preview Button

11. When viewing the page, you may have to click F5 to see the changes that have been made.

Menu Bar Editing

Edit the Menu Bar

How to Edit the Menu Bar

*Please note that not all users were originally given access to the menu bar. If you would like access to the menu bar so you can edit your menu bar, add drop down pages, and rename existing menu bar items, please contact our Web Support Team at 630-789-9784 ext 4 or by email at websupport@teeitup.com and we would be more than happy to give you access to the menu.

1. Log in to your website dashboard (www.yourgolfcoursedomain.com/wp-login.php). Click on Appearance on the left and then choose Menu.

Menu3

2. The menu bar will appear on the right hand side of the page. Make sure that you are editing the main menu bar. To change the menu you are editing, in the “Select  a Menu to Edit” drop down at the top of the page, choose Main or Primary.

3. When the menu appears you will notice that the items that are on the far left side (outlined in blue below) are the main menu bar pages. The pages that are under the main left items (aligned just slightly right and under the main pages) are your menu bar drop down pages and have been outlined in red below.

Menu6

Menu5

4. To add a new page to your menu bar, look on the left side of the page and find the Pages box. You will see your Most Recent Pages which will display the pages that have been edited most recently. You can click on View All to see all of the pages on your website. Find the name of that page that you would like to add to the menu bar, select the page by clicking in the box next to the page, and then click on Add to Menu.

Menu7

5. The new page will automatically be added to the bottom of the menu. Scroll down to find the page that was just added to the menu bar. Click on the box of the page and then drag and drop the page under the main menu page. Be sure to add the page under the main menu heading and slightly to the right to ensure the page is added as a drop down (it will say sub-item in the box).

6. The page will automatically be added to the menu bar with the name of the actual page. If you would like to change the name of how the page appears on your menu bar (ex. Kids Programs instead of Junior Golf), click on the little triangle and update the Navigation Label. The label that is typed in this area will be the name of the page on the menu drop down. You will always know the page that has been added as the original page name will appear next to “Original.” You may also delete the page from the menu by clicking on Remove in this area.

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7. You are also able to add a custom link to your menu bar. This is helpful if you want to include a link on your menu bar to somewhere other than a page on your site. Examples would be linking to the site where golfers can enter their scores for handicaps, linking directly to a tournament pdf, or linking to another property’s website. To add a custom link, click on the triangle next to Links on the left side (located below the Pages box). You can then type the URL (web address) of the place you’d like this link to go. Type a name for this menu bar option in the Link Text field and then click on Add to Menu. This custom link will be added to the bottom of the menu bar. Drag and drop to where you’d like the custom link to go.

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8. Once you have finished editing the menu bar, click on Save Menu on the right hand side of the page to save the changes you just made.

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