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How do I add a new page?

Please note: this article is only applicable to websites built after November 2018.

This article will show you how to create a new page on your website.

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Considerations/Prerequisites

Open the Page Manager by clicking the grey arrow icon in the top left and corner. A side menu will appear. The Page Management tools are found under the green section.

Detail

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  1. In the sidebar list go to the Page Management section (highlighted green) and click Manage Pages. A new sidebar window will open.
  2. Click the "+ New Page" button.
  3. Enter a name for the new page in the field that appears
  4. Select the type of page you would like the new page to be. To create a standard page pick content. Otherwise, use the other default pages if appropriate.
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the section and hit “Save” to create the new page.

About Page Types

  • Appointments
    Allows you to integrate your appointments system into the website to enable patients to book appointments online. You can either display your appointment system via a singular appointments page or use an Online Services page to group prescriptions, appointments and patient record together.
  • Blog
    Ideal for creating a latest news page. News items can be configured to display after a specific date and also only be displayed until a specific date. The news can be featured on a blog widget anywhere else on the website. See How do I add a blog?
  • Contact Us
    A page for your contact details. This will feature telephone and fax numbers, email addresses, a map of the surgery location and a contact form patients can fill in and submit.
  • Content
    A content page is just a blank page for standard, content. These pages can also be linked to from other pages using an information widget to simplify patient navigation of your website.
  • Forms
    A form page can be used to embed a form a patient can complete and submit electronically to the practice. We provide a wide selection of pre-made forms which can be added to your website for patient use.
  • GP Earnings
    A page to display your practice's GP earnings.
  • Online Services
    A page to link your online services such as prescriptions, appointments and access to patient records.
  • Opening Times
    You can enter your surgery opening times via FPMSPro and the opening times page will automatically display these.
  • Patient Record
    Allows you to integrate your Patient Records system into the website to allow patients to view their health record. You can either display your Patient Records system via a singular Patient Record page or use an Online Services pages to group prescriptions, appointments and patient record together.
  • Prescriptions
    Allows you to integrate your appointments system into the website to allow patients to order prescriptions online. You can either display your Prescription system via a singular prescriptions page or use an Online Services pages to group prescriptions, appointments and patient record together.
  • Services Near Me
    Services near me provides patients with a list of the local health services available to them.
  • Staff
    A page that automatically displays the staff information entered into FPMS Pro. This page will allow you change the layout and design of the staff profiles.
  • Wiki
    This page can be configured to pull content from the NHS website and display on your surgery site. This could be used to help patients treat and manage common conditions.

Dos and Don’ts

  • Ensure the page is appropriately named.
  • Ensure the page is set as the correct type of page, e.g. content, opening times or appointments.
  • Don’t add unnecessary pages that will clutter the website, e.g. one page for each document.

Common Problems/Mistakes

Common Questions/FAQs

Why can’t I find the page on my website in normal view?
The page will need to be linked to a menu. See Menu Manager Overview.

Adding Opening Times
How do I add a form?
How do I add a blog?
Menu Manager Overview

Keywords/meta tags

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