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UA LibGuides Author Guide: Pages/Tabs
Best practices, guidelines, training, and support for UA LibGuides authors.
A LibGuide can consist of a single page containing multiple content boxes or multiple pages with content boxes on them. There are two levels of pages: top-level pages and subpages (nested under a top-level page, these pages appear when you hover over the top-level page). Pages are also referred to as tabs.
Copy a page when you want to use a page as a template but you want to be able to make separate edits to both the original page and the new, "child" page. Link to a page when you want to create a connection between the original page and the new, linked page. Edits made to the original page will affect all linked pages, and you won't be able to make edits to the linked pages.