Your website may collect data on one or multiple pages. Your domain name might be used to host other corporate web pages. As such, you may want to customise what the URL looks like.
This can also make your pages appear more trustworthy to users, as they will clearly be able to see what the page is for.
Each page needs to have a unique URL slug ("slug" for short). This slug is used to create a unique, full, URL where the page can be seen.
For example, let's say that your domain name is "SuperWidgets.com". Let's say that the Slug for the first page of your data collection process is "Welcome".
Then the full URL used to access that page is: https://www.superwidgets.com/welcome/
The Page Slug is set automatically when the page is created. You can edit the slug at any time by
Hovering over the relevant page in the Page Outliner, and clicking on the 2nd icon: to open the Pages Setting panel.
Modify your page's slug in the text box.
The Page Slug changes are saved when you click
You can also entirely delete the page from the Pages Setting panel.