When you create a Bandzoogle website, we give you the option to add the pages you want to use. We have many page types so ‘Adding Pages’ is covered in another help article. After a page has been added you can delete or rename it. You can also reorder pages so they’ll display in the navigation menu in the order of your choice.

This Help article includes the following:

  • How to delete a page
  • How to rename a page
  • How to reorder your pages

To learn how to add a new page please view the ‘Adding Pages’ help article

Deleting a Page

How to delete a page on your website: Deleting a page will delete the page, its contents, and also remove the page name from the site’s navigation menu.

  1. From the ‘Edit Content’ tab, click ‘Pages’
  2. Click the cog icon to the right of the page you want to delete
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page
  4. Click ‘Delete Page’
  5. In the ‘Are you sure?’ pop-up, click ‘Delete Page’

Warning: Once you click ‘Delete Page’ from the pop-up there is no way for Bandzoogle staff to undo the change. They also cannot recover the page, sections, columns, content, features, or settings on the page. Proceed with caution.

For more information about deleted content, please view the ‘Moving and Deleting Features’ help article.

Renaming a Page

How to rename a page on your website: Renaming a page will change the name displayed in your navigation menu and will modify the page’s URL (website address).

  1. From the ‘Edit Content’ tab, click ‘Pages’
  2. Click the cog icon to the right of the page name you want to adjust
  3. Rename the page in the ‘Title’ field
  4. Click ‘Save’

Note: The title of a page affects its URL. This is how the URL is generated: www.yourdomainname.com/the-page-title So, changing the page title will change the direct page link as well. If you previously posted the page URL on an external website, remember to submit the new URL after you change the name of the page.


  • Original page title, ‘EPK’: https://projectname.com/epk
  • Renamed page title, ‘electronic press kit’: https://projectname.com/electronic-press-kit

Reordering Pages

How to reorder pages on your website: Reordering pages will change the order of pages as they appear in the site’s navigation menu.

  1. From the ‘Edit Content’ tab, click ‘Pages’
  2. Select and hold the up-and-down arrow icon to the right of the page title you want to move
  3. Drag it to the position of your choice in the page list, and release the cursor

Note: The ‘Intro’ page cannot be moved. It is the first page visitors will see when they get to your website.

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.