A LibGuide can consist of:
Pages are accessed via the tab bar which appears on every page. See the box to the right to learn how to add and edit pages (aka tabs).
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In LibGuides 2, you have the option of placing your tabs on the left side. If you choose this layout, the remaining 75% of the page will automatically be formatted into a single column (you can also add items, like your profile box, below the side-tab area).
You choose tab placement when you choose a guide template while creating your guide.
You can also change your tab placement at any time. In the top right corner (under the yellow command bar), click on the guide icon to the right of the gear icon. In the drop-down menu, select "Guide Navigation Layout." Now choose the appropriate template for the tab style you want.
Instead of creating a page from scratch, you can copy a page from 1) one of your own guides or 2) another CUL guide. (NOTE: You can't copy one page from a different institution--instead, you would need to copy the entire guide first, then edit it.)
Sub-tabs are pages that appear in a drop-down menu from a main tab (signified by a small arrow). Sub-tabs are less readily visible to the user and should be used carefully. If they are used, it is best to include references and links to the sub-tabs from the main page under which they appear.