Adding custom pages

Display custom content inside your hub with Vito pages

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Written by Vicky Carmichael
Updated over a week ago

Vito has lightweight CMS features built in, allowing you to add a custom blocks to pages in your hub:

Buttons to add different block types to your page, choosing from text, video, card, hub widget, image, livestream and event.

To add or edit pages, first ensure Editing is switched on:

Editing option toggled on in the collaborator menu

Adding blocks

Here's how each of the block types work:

πŸ’‘ Tip: you can mix and match and rearrange block types freely on custom pages, but some page types (such as a livestream or event) have fixed elements that cannot be repositioned. The pages in the top menu β€” with the exception of the homepage β€” are not editable.

Editing pages

In addition to adding content blocks, pages are customizable in the following ways, all of which are accessible by clicking on the kebab menu (⁝) in the top-right of the page:

  • Rename the page and change its slug (last part of the URL).

  • Edit the page's visibility settings. This can also be done at block level.

  • Add a page icon (SVG or emoji).

  • Add a full-width cover image to the top of the page.

  • Enable discussion, which displays a page-specific feed of posts at the bottom of the page, underneath any other custom content. Once enabled, you will also see an option to lock or disable discussion.

  • Set as homepage, which will override the default homepage.

  • Add link to sidebar (only shows for content not already in the sidebar, such as individual events and sessions).

  • Add a page, which creates a sub-page of the current page.

  • Delete, which will delete this page and any sub-pages if you confirm.

Questions? Search our documentation, email or chat to us in-app.

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