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Page Visibility

Page Visibility is a setting for all Project Website pages that determines its visibility to those outside of your organization that access the page without a Greater Giving login. Below, we cover the different options of this area and how they impact your site.

Note: You must have the User Permission to Manage Project Website in order to edit these Settings.

  1. From the Project Home, click Manage Project Website under the Project Website header.
  2. Click Edit Page Settings for the page you wish to edit the Visibility for.Page_Visibility.jpg
  • Page Name – This is the title of the page.
  • Page Visibility – Determines who can see your page, and how accessible it is.
    • Don’t Show Page on Website will hide the page from all users, except those that are logged into the site.
    • Show Page on Website but Don’t Show in Navigation will make the page visible to all users, but only if they have a direct URL. It will not be linked in the Navigation Menu.
    • Show Page on Website and in Navigation will show your page to all users, and will have a link in the Navigation Menu. This is the default.
  • Navigation Text – Defaults as the Page Name, but can be customized. This is what appears in the Navigation Menu.
  • Page Layout – This will determine how available space (Panes) are laid out on your site. These can be set up as a default using the Project Website General Settings, or per page.

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