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Why can't I find 'Events' or 'Resources' pages in my Pages menu?

Some of your website's pages are generated automatically by the platform. These pages usually interact with other features on your website, like your resource library or events calendar. Here's a full list of these 'generated' pages:

  • Resources archive page (/resources)
  • Any resource type archive page (like /resources/sermons)
  • Any topic archive page (like /resources/topics/faith)
  • Any series archive page (like /resources/series/journey-in-mark)
  • Any author archive page (like /resources/authors/bob-bobson)
  • Events archive page (/events)
  • Your Homepage (/)

How do I link to these pages on my website?

Anywhere you can add a link, the MereChurch platform gives you three options: URL, File, or Page. While you won't be able to see these in the 'Page' menu, you can still add them using the 'URL' dialog. Just use the page's slug (in parentheses above) to make a relative link to the page. This is the best way to add them to your main menu or reference them on other pages of your site. 

Want to suggest adding support for generated pages in the 'Page' menu? Vote for that feature here.

If you still have questions, please feel free to get in touch! We're here to help you with your MereChurch.