U3A Site Builder: Basic Site Structure
When a site is first created, it will show a menu bar with links
to four top-level pages:
- The "Welcome" page:
- This is the page which visitors to your site will read first, so it
should contain a general introduction to your U3A. You will be able to
choose the page heading, and then enter one or more paragraphs of
- The "Groups" page:
- This is intended to show some general information about how your
study groups are run, followed by a list of individual groups,
which can be added, changed and removed independently.
- If you are editing a regional or network site, the Groups
page will be replaced by a "Members" page, which lists the
- The "Events" page:
- This is intended to show information about activities planned for the
whole membership: monthly meetings, outings, social events — any
event which is arranged for a particular date.
- The "Contact" Page:
- This is intended to show information about how to get in touch. E-mail
addresses for designated contacts can be registered, and used to present
an on-line with which visitors to the site can messages directly
Follow this link for details of other
standard menu buttons (Links, Gallery, Site Map) which can be activated
by site administrators to show automatically-generated content.
Other pages can be created as the site develops:
- Pages to show information about individual groups,
- Sub-pages, which are not specific to any group but linked from
main or group pages,
- Extra top-level pages accessed from main menu buttons.
The Site Builder menus provide options to add, edit and change
information on all the above pages. More detailed instructions are
available for each.