New: Preset Pages for your Music Website

Preset Pages for your Music Website

Creating a modern website for your music just got easier! Have you ever wondered what features go well on an EPK page, or how you should organize your band’s Music page?

The key to creating a simple, clean look is to add features without cluttering up your pages. With preset pages, you can now click and choose the page type, then easily populate your content!

There are several page templates to choose from to perfectly balance your website content. For full freedom, choose the blank page option, give it a name, and off you go.

To see all of the preset page options, click ‘More Page Types’. A list of pages, including a Music page, EPK page, Shows page, and more, will appear in a list.

Check out the preset page options in action in this video:

Page options

You can choose a preset page type when adding a page. We’ll prefill the name (such as ‘Music’) to make things quick and easy. You can change the name right away to better suit your page, or edit it later on if you like.

Band website page examples

When setting up your pages, make it a main page, a subpage, or a page not in menu. All main pages appear in your website’s navigation, and subpages will show up as drop down options to click on.

A page ‘not in menu’ is accessible by the direct link, but doesn’t appear in your website’s main menu.

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Quick and easy content

If you aren’t sure what kind of content, or layout you want, this will take some of the guesswork out of creating your website. Create a Store page quickly by clicking Add Page, then choose Store.

You’re all set to upload your latest album, sell your CDs and vinyl, plus offer digital files like pdfs, sheet music, or videos. Just click on the pre-filled features to add your tracks and merch.

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Music website Store page example

With lots of other page options, you can try adding an Intro page (handy for short term promotion, or setting your website under construction), a Photos page, an About page, a Blog page, and more.

Love your layout

A great way to make your website look organized and easy for visitors to navigate is by using columns and feature titles.

With these preset options, there are suggestions on the pages for full-width columns (think: albums with tracks to listen to), 50/50 columns, or a sidebar option. You can see how it looks, then add your content to fill in the page.

Music website layout example

You can mix and match columns on the same page, with a full-width feature taking up a row across the top, then other features side by side underneath. Click on any feature title (like “Live Shots”) to edit the text.

Get creative

Remember, these are only suggestions. You’re welcome to remove or add features as you see fit to complete your page. You might want to see if a bigger column on the left works well with your content. Add in an extra image, or another album. The sky’s the limit!

Check out these preset pages to build your own music website in a matter of minutes! Try Bandzoogle free today.


Sibongeleni Qakumana
Posted by Sibongeleni Qakumana on Oct 1 2016 5:20 PM
I'm Mr S.Qakumana looking for a company that can assist me to promote or market my music.I stay at Cape Town
Matt Riley
Posted by Matt Riley on Oct 2 2016 12:13 AM
Wow! This looks interesting and it might be a huge time saver! I'm going to check it out!
J. Shmerld
Posted by J. Shmerld on Oct 4 2016 12:34 AM
Thank you for this helpful information. I am still working on creating content for my site, so I'll use the "Under Construction" preset page.
The Ghost Office - Music & Art by Ben J. Gross
Posted by The Ghost Office - Music & Art by Ben J. Gross on Oct 7 2016 2:40 AM
Brilliant brilliant brilliant !!! any thoughts on a "duplicate feature" feature ?
Posted by Julia on Oct 7 2016 2:53 AM
Hi @The Ghost Office -we're glad you like it! We don't offer a duplicate feature feature at the moment, but I'm happy to pass your suggestion along to our development team! Let us know at if you have any other questions along the way - we're here to help!
S. J. Jananiy
Posted by S. J. Jananiy on Oct 18 2016 3:18 PM