When you start a Bandzoogle free trial we give you the option to add the pages you’d like. We have many page types to make it easy to add the pages you want to your website.

This article includes the following:

  • How many pages can be added to your website
  • How to add pages
  • Page types
  • Page options
  • Duplicating pages
  • Export to PDF
  • To delete, rename, or reorder pages please view the ‘Deleting, Renaming, and Reordering Pages’ help article

Number of Allowed Pages

The number of pages you can add to your website is determined by your plan type.

Plan type

Lite plan: 10 pages

Standard plan: 20 pages

Pro plan: Unlimited pages

Note: All page types count as one page each. Even if the page is a sub-page, a page not in menu, or password-protected page, they each count as one page in your total page limit (Lite and Standard plans).

Adding Pages

How to add pages to your website:

  1. From the ‘Edit Content’ tab, click ‘Pages’
  2. Select ‘Add a page’
  3. Select a Page Type
  4. Name your page in the ‘Title’ field (defaults to the page type if unchanged)
  5. Adjust your page options (See details below)
  6. Click ‘Create my page’

To delete, rename, or reorder pages please view the ‘Deleting, Renaming, and Reordering Pages’ help article.

Page Types

When you select a preset page, the page will be loaded by default with the features most commonly used for that page type. If you’d like to create a new page with no preloaded features, select ‘Blank Page’.

  • To add new features to any page, click the ‘Add Feature’ button in the ‘Edit Content’ tab.
  • To delete any features on the preset page, hover your cursor over the feature in the ‘Edit Content’ tab and click the trash icon next to that feature.
  • To change the title above any preloaded feature (or group of features), click the title in the ‘Edit Content’ tab. This will open the section options where you can change the title for that section.

Each page name below is linked to a help article with more information about that corresponding feature. Example: Music links to the ‘Adding Music’ help article.

  • Blank: A page without features.
  • Home: The first page a visitor sees when visiting your website. If you delete this page the first page in your page list will become the homepage. Preloaded with the following features:
    • Image and Text (titled ‘About’)
    • Mailing List Signup Form (No title)
    • Blog (titled ‘Latest News’)
    • Music (titled ‘Latest Tracks’)
    • Events (titled ‘Shows’)
  • Music: Preloaded with a Music feature (titled ‘Latest Music’)
  • Electronic Press Kit (EPK): Preloaded with the following features:
    • Quote (no title)
    • Image and Text (titled ‘Project Name’)
    • 3 Image features (3 column layout [titled ‘Press Photos’])
    • Music (titled ‘Sample Track’)
    • Video (titled ‘Sample Video’)
    • Contact Form (titled ‘Inquiries’)
  • Shows: Preloaded with an Events feature. (titled ‘Events’)
  • About: Preloaded with Image and Text (titled ‘Bio’)
  • Store: Preloaded with the following features:

    • Music
    • Store (titled ‘Physical Albums’)
    • Store (titled ‘Merch’)
    • Store (titled ‘Digital Goods’)

      Note: Members on all plans can use the Music feature to sell digital tracks and albums. Standard and Pro members can sell physical merchandise through the Store feature. Pro members can also sell digital files, like PDF downloads or videos, through the Store feature.

  • Photos: Preloaded with the following features:

    • Photo Gallery (titled ‘Live Shots’)
    • Photo Gallery (titled ‘Studio Shots’)
  • Blog: Preloaded with a Blog feature (titled with your blog’s title)
  • Contact: Preloaded with a Custom Form feature and the per-page My Sites feature (Right sidebar layout (Titled: Contact Us)
  • Crowdfunding: Preloaded with features for a crowdfunding campaign, including a text feature and Store feature.
  • One sheet: Preoloaded with features to promote a specific album or project.
  • External Link: Add the URL (website address) of an external website to which you want to link this menu button. Note: This option is not available for pages that have already been created. If you’d like to set up a link to an external website on an existing page, you’ll first need to change the name of your existing page or delete the existing page, then create a new page with the page name you’d like to use.
  • Intro: A landing page with no header image or features. A blank page with the exception of an ‘Enter Site’ button, which can be modified.

Intro page notes:

  • The Intro page cannot be moved. It is automatically the first page visitors see when loading your website, until you delete or unpublish it.
  • The Intro page background color and content font color can be changed through the ‘Edit Theme’ tab.
  • The Intro page does not display the navigation menu.
  • The ‘Enter Site’ button can be removed through the Intro page options:
    • From the ‘Edit Content’ tab, click ‘Pages’ then click the pencil icon next to the page name
    • Click ‘Advanced settings’
    • Make your selection next to ‘Show intro link?’ (yes/no)
    • Click ‘Save’

Best practice: An intro page is great for displaying a temporary message, but shouldn’t be used long-term. Use it for announcements about your new album release or an upcoming tour, then take it down after about two weeks. Longer than that, it becomes an extra step for fans to access your website - this can be annoying to click through every time they visit. Fans should be encouraged to come back, so make the homepage the focus of your band’s website design, rather than the intro page.

Page Options

  • Page Type: See list above.
  • Title: The name of the page.
  • Menu settings:
    • Main page: Will display a clickable button in your website’s navigation menu.
    • Subpage: Appears in a drop-down menu under a main page button.

      Note: If you add a subpage and the main page has zero features, the main menu button will not be clickable (only the subpage).

    • Not in menu: Will not appear in the main menu but you can link to it from other pages. All ‘Not in menu’ pages will appear at the bottom of the ‘Pages’ tab under the list of page titles that appear in your site’s menu.
  • Visibility:

    • Published: Page is viewable to the public.
    • Not Published: Page is not viewable to the public.

      Note: Although the page will not display in your site’s navigation menu, it can still appear in search engine results. Protect your unpublished page with a password to make the content inaccessible.

  • Show navigation menu:

    • Yes: Shows the navigation menu at the top or side of your website (depending on your template design).
    • No: Hides the navigation menu so it will not display on this page.
  • Display page’s section in menu: (Not available on an Intro page)
    • Yes: All sections titles for this page will display in your menu. Used mostly for one-page websites. If this is not a one-page website, all section titles will appear as drop-down subpages of the main menu item.
    • No: Will display only page titles as individual items in the navigation menu.

Advanced Settings

  • Access restrictions:
    • Everybody: Default that allows anyone to visit this page.
    • Site members only: Requires a visitor to register and log in to access the page.

      Note: A visitor can also register as a site member through the Blog, Forum, Guestbook, and Music features if those requirements are enabled within the feature settings.

    • Anyone with a password: Select this option to protect the page with a password.

  • SEO options:
    • Automatically generated from your page content: Search engines will extract keywords and phrases directly from the content of the page.
    • Custom:
      • Page description: Search engines may use this custom description in search engine results.
      • Page name: Search engines may use this name in search engine results instead of the page title you see in the navigation menu.
      • Redirect path: Add a 301 redirect to point page URLs from an old website.

Duplicate a page

Whether you’re rebuilding and editing content, creating bilingual pages with the same content, or mirroring page styles for your record label or agency, duplicating pages can come in handy. Here are the steps you’ll want to take to set that up:

  1. From the ‘Edit Content’ control panel, click on your ‘Pages’ menu
  2. Click on the pencil icon next to the page you want to duplicate
  3. At the top of the 'Page options', click on the 'Duplicate...' icon
  4. In the next window, give your duplicated page a ‘Title’
  5. Select one of the following options:
    • Duplicate this page and all of its features: This duplicates the page, the features, and all of the content (images, text, etc.,) to the page
    • Duplicate the layout of this page: This duplicates the layout of the page, but leaves all of the features empty
  6. Click ‘Duplicate page’

Export as PDF

You can create a PDF version of any of your website’s pages. To ‘Export as PDF,’ follow these steps:

  1. From your ‘Edit Content’ tab, click on the ‘Pages’ menu
  2. Click on the pencil icon next to the page you want to export
  3. In your ‘Page options,’ click on ‘Export as PDF’
  4. Review the notice and toggle on/off the option to ‘Show website address in footer’
  5. Click ‘Generate PDF’
  6. Click on the link under ‘You can download your PDF here:’
  7. Depending on your browser setup, your download will be saved automatically or follow the e. actions provided by your browser

Note: Your PDF will also be available in your ‘File Manager,’ which you can access and download at any time