Have questions about the recent updates to Kajabi's website feature? We've put together a few Frequently Asked Questions to help!
Why did the website feature change?
With the recent updates to Kajabi's website feature, you have more control over the design and build of your website pages.
Why can't I add a new website page?
If the button to add a website page is disabled, switch to the new Website Builder to add new website pages.
Adding new website pages is currently available with the new Website Builder. Premier theme support is coming soon.
Click here to learn how to switch to the New Website Builder.
What is a system page?
System pages are the out-of-the-box, standard website pages Kajabi has built into your site to make up the foundation of your website.
On Kajabi your system pages include:
- Member Directory
- Blog pages
- Thank You Page
- 404 Page
Click here to learn more about each page.
What is the difference between system pages and custom website pages?
Unlike the new custom website pages available with the recent updates to the Website feature on Kajabi, System pages cannot be drafted or deleted from your account.
Can I draft system pages?
No, System Pages cannot be placed into draft mode.
Can I delete system pages?
No, System Pages are pre-built by Kajabi to make up the Foundation of your site. However, you can ensure that visitors cannot access certain System Pages by removing all links from your navigation menus to the System Pages you wish to discard.
How do I remove system pages from showing up on my site?
Remove the links leading to your System Pages by deleting the links from your Navigation Menus. Learn to edit links from your Navigation Menu
What system pages are necessary or recommended?
Kajabi helps you get your site up and running with your out-of-the-box system pages.
System pages cannot be removed from your site, however, you can disconnect them by removing the link from your navigation menus, email campaigns, etc.
However, to ensure that your site functions properly we recommend customizing and connecting your Login, Library, Thank You, and 404 pages to best represent your brand and ensure a seamless user experience for your visitors.
What are Landing pages?
Landing pages are individual, standalone pages used primarily for marketing purposes.
Design individual Sales pages, promotional pages, and more to deliver custom-tailored pages built to your audience.
Link your Landing pages to your website through navigation menus or keep them separate and use various mediums such as your marketing emails or social media accounts to drive traffic to your Landing pages.
Can you add a new landing page with the same template as your website pages?
No, landing pages and website pages are designed with unique, highly customizable templates to help you get started building your pages.
Can I create member only landing pages?
No, member only pages can only be created with the new custom website pages feature.
Are my custom website pages automatically added to my navigation menu?
No, Kajabi gives you the flexibility and the control to determine how visitors can reach your pages.
Manually link your custom website pages to specific navigation menus or keep them separate and link your custom website pages to your email campaigns and Pipelines.
How do I add my new website pages to my navigation menu?
With the recent updates you can now select any page (System pages, Custom Website pages, Landing pages, and Pipeline pages) when creating new links in your Navigation Menu.
If I have a website page linked to my navigation menu will it still appear if I draft the page?
No, drafting the page will hide the link from your navigation menu for your visitors, but will still remain visible when previewing as an admin to help you easily maintain your site.
With the recent updates, we want to help you ensure that your website avoids broken links!
Will modifying the code inside of a single system page edit the code for all system pages or only the individual page?
Selecting "Modify Code" from the website page will take you directly to the code editor. Once you are inside the code editor, you can navigate to other pages and modify code as needed.