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Creating and Using Shortcuts

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Want to give someone a shortcut to a particular page on your site? Obvious answer: create a shortcut. Shortcut, in Web terms, means that you’re describing your page in a word or brief phrase (no spaces). This phrase is added to the end of your site’s URL and gives an easy reference point to access a page quickly – without having to navigate the site to find it. Example: www.mychurchsite.com/youthchoirtour.
 
Only letters, numbers, and underscores can be used in the shortcut field, and you’ll want to keep your shortcuts easy to spell and easy to remember. They’re not case sensitive.
 
Shortcuts can’t be duplicated within any manager.  If you want to use shortcuts in managers other than the Pages manager, you will need to enter a shortcut on the Manager Setting tab of each manager in order for the shortcuts to the items within that manager to work (i.e. yourdomain.com/managershortcut/itemshortcut). So, if you are creating a shortcut for a photo album, the word “album” will be a part of the URL – like so, www.mychurchsite.com/albums/summerfun.
 
See Pages manager > Shortcut for a full explanation of the shortcut capabilities.
 
 

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