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SwimOffice Admin - Webmaster/Event Admin

Create a New Tab/Page

  1. From the left navigation menu, click Team Admin > Website Design.
  2. Under Tabs, click + Add New.
  3. Fill out the form as required/desired.
  4. Click Save Changes.

Create a New Subtab

To add a new sub-tab, first click the tab name you want it under, then click Add New under the "(x) Sub-Menus Under this Tab" section.

Edit an Existing Tab/Page

  1. From the left navigation menu, click Team Admin > Website Design.
  2. Under "Tabs", under the Tab Label column, click the "tab name".
  3. Make edits as desired.
  4. Click Save Changes.

Edit an Existing Subtab

To edit an existing sub tab, click the tab name, then click the sub-tab name.  When finished, click Save Changes.


Tab/Subtab Options & Definitions

  • Tab Label— The tab label shows in both menus, and the title at the top of the page. 
    • The tab labels can be up to 40 characters long, but we recommend you keep the name brief to maximize the number of tabs that can be displayed. 
  • Link this Tab?— When set to YES, the tab or subtab will load to a different page. Use this option to make a system defined tab (like News) respond as though it is a Subtab.
    • To link to another page on your TU site, set the radio button to Same Window. Enter the URL of the TU page to link the menu option.
      • https://www.teamunify.com/Home.jsp?_tabid_=0&team=alias
        • Important: To prevent users from being logged out when setting "Access Control" to Only Logged-in Accounts or higher. Set the domain to "https://www.teamunify.com/" and NOT the team-branded domain when setting  
          • You can also use "//" instead of "http:" or "https:"
            • //www.teamunify.com/Contact.jsp?team=alias
    • To link to an external website, select the New Windowradio button, and enter the entire URL of the page.
      • http://www.google.com
  • Hide This Tab? — If set to YES the tab will not appear in the menu, but it may still be accessed through a direct link or if they have the proper Access Control.  
  • Displaying Order — The order in which tabs are displayed.
  • Access Control — Determines the level of access, Can set to "Everyone", Only Logged-in Accounts", or certain admin levels on up.
  • Is this a Draft? — 
    • When set to YES, the page is not visible to non-admins. Use the "Publish this page on" date and time to schedule publishing.
    • When set to NO, the page will be visible to non-admins or those with the proper access control.
  • Non-Admin Account that can Edit — Select a non-admin who can edit only this page. 

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See Also
Make a tab or sub tab redirect to another page or site
Add a submenu/dropdown to a tab