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How to edit your website's breadcrumbs

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✅ In order to edit breadcrumbs, you'll need advanced website permissions enabled for your role.

Your website’s Breadcrumbs serve as a secondary navigation source for visitors. Through breadcrumbs, you can guide your prospective tenants to the pages most relevant to what they’re looking for by providing a logical path through a list of links. Additionally, breadcrumbs are a great way to improve your website’s SEO.

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To edit your website’s breadcrumbs:

      1. Navigate to your Settings tab.
      2. Select the page for which you want to edit breadcrumbs from the drop down list. This list will populate both published and unpublished pages.
      3. Next to the Breadcrumbs & Custom URL section, click Edit.
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      4. A new window will appear. From here, you can make changes to the structure and naming of your breadcrumbs.
        • Select a parent page from the dropdown menu. The parent page is the page that appears right before the page you’re editing in the breadcrumbs trail.
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        • Edit the breadcrumbs title. This changes the text that appears for the page in the breadcrumbs trail.
        • Change the Slug. The slug is the URL extension from your domain for the particular page you are editing. This changes the URL (web address) for the page.
      5. After you’ve made your changes, click Save. If your changes don't require any page redirects, you're finished.  
      6. If any pages require a redirect, you’ll receive a pop-up warning. Copy and paste the URLs that will need redirects so that you can ensure that any existing links across your website or elsewhere on the web will not result in 404 errors. Once you've copied the URLs, click Save.

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To redirect a page:

    1. Access your Setting tab.
    2. Open the Redirects tab.
    3. Click Add new redirect.
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    4. In the Source URL field, paste in the old URL.
    5. In the Target URL field, past the new URL.
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    6. Repeat Steps 3-5 for additional URLS that need changes and click Save.

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