Folders within a page... I have a subdomain

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I'm making a cheat site,
Within the cheat section I need the Systems
Within the systems I need Letters so i can organize it
Within the letters I need the game name, and within the game name, I need the games cheats

How do i do that?

If you need an example go to

Then click on PS2

Then A

Then one if the games
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Hi Cody.

I think the best way to achieve this is to simply create links within the text on your page. You can do this using the text widget.

Here's how:

1.) Create the pages you need, so, for the example above you would create pages for:
- PS2
|_ Cheat Codes
|_ The letters
|_ all the cheats for A through Z
|_ The single cheat pages

Note, when you create the page you can un-tick 'include in the menu' box so that these pages wont automatically be added into your main navigation menu

So now you have your content, next you need to link it all up. You can create the links using the text editor widget:

1.) drag a text editor onto your page and click to edit it
2.) Type the text which you want to link to the page (e.g.: Cheat codes)
3.) Highlight the text and, from the text editor toolbar, click the link button (10th from the left next to the image button).
4.) Click on the '...' button next to page. It should give you a list of all the pages you have just created. Choose the relevant page and you will now have a link to this page, now you can repeat this for all consequent pages.

Hope that helps!

Kind regards,