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Organize your site using Pages

Pages are essential to any website, and adding a page in Super provides customization and performance benefits.

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Written by Charlene Abranilla
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💡 When creating a site with Super, it is important that all of your website pages are inside (are a sub-page) of the main Notion page you used to create your site.

Syncing pages (automatic pretty links)

When Sync URLs in the Pages section of your dashboard is enabled for a site, Super automatically detects and adds pages to your site, and generates URLs from your Notion page titles. URLs are created when a new Notion page not yet added to your site is found by Super.

⚠️Syncing pages only adds pages to Super and does not delete them. If you want to delete a page, follow the steps below.

Manually adding a page

Adding a page in Super is easy:

  1. Copy the Notion share link like you did when creating a site

  2. Head to the Pages section in your site editor

  3. Paste the link into the Add new page

Page URLs can be nested, too. To achieve this, expand a page you've already added in the Pages and click the Add page button nested below it.

For example, if you add a page /my-first-post under /blog, the new page will be located at /blog/my-first-post.

⚠️ Important: If you want to show pages on your site, they must be public in Notion and must be child pages of the site's home page. This prevents Notion pages you don't own from loading on your site, as well as hides pages in your workspace you may not want others to see.

Moving a page

In your dashboard, all site pages under the same parent page are organized alphabetically. If you want to change the structure of the pages you see in your dashboard, you can move them manually.

To move a page, click on the six small dots (grab handle icon) left of the page title to grab and move it.

Important: Moving a page in the structure will change its URL. EG moving /post-one underneath /blog will make the new URL /blog/post-one

Renaming a page

You can change the title of a page in Notion without affecting the URL to that page on your Super site. We do this to prevent you from accidentally creating broken URLs on your site when you rename a page in Notion.

To change the URL for the page, change the title of the page in Super by hitting the more icon (three dots) next to the page you want to edit, and clicking Edit page. This will update the URL and the default meta-title for the page.

Password protecting a page

If you need to protect your content for a limited audience, you can set a password for the whole site or an individual page, so that nobody can view them unless they enter the password.

To add a password to a page, click on the lock icon (🔓) next to the home page to password-protect your whole site, or next to an individual page you want to lock. You can also click on the more icon (three dots) and select Set password.

Adding or removing a password will also add or remove it from all child pages of the set page. It can take a few minutes for the password to apply.

Your site’s live preview in the Dashboard in your Super dashboard ignores any entered passwords because you are the only one viewing it. Also note that if you have entered the password on your browser, you no longer need to re-enter it on subsequent visits for 30 days.

Hiding pages on your site

Every page on your Super site must be a subpage in Notion of the homepage you have connected to your Super site.

There are a few reasons why you might want to hide this pages on your Super site. For example, you might only want to show links in a navbar and hide any page links in the contents of the page itself. Subpages look like this in Super:

To hide the subpage on your Super site, create or edit a Theme from the Super Theme Designer (Themes or Design menu) and go to Layout, and scroll to the Notion page links section and hide the pages. Remember to save and apply the theme to your site. See this Theme guide for more details.

Customizing pretty URLs

All your pages in Super can be customized to have pretty, also known as friendly site links (URLs). A pretty URL generally contains relevant keywords from your page’s content and tends to be shorter than automatically generated site URLs with a mix of letters and numbers.

An example of a default URL could look like this:


An example of a pretty URL could look like this:


A pretty URL can make your site more user and search engine-friendly:

  • Search engine and shared links to your site look more credible

  • Pretty URLs are shorter, more memorable, and contain relevant keywords describing the page content

  • Links are easier to share

  • A clearer organization and grouping of your pages

To manually edit your page URL, click on the more icon (three dots) next to your page to edit or enter a new URL.

You can also change the path to the page by dragging and dropping the page to a new location. See Moving a Page section above.

Removing a page

Removing a page from Super has no effect on that page in Notion. If the page still exists in your Notion after removing it from Super, it will be found again by Super and added back to your site.

To fully remove a page, make sure to delete it first in Notion or move it to a different location in Notion.

Then, head back to your Super site dashboard, go to Pages, and click on the more icon (three dots) and select Remove page.

⚠️Note: When you remove a page from Super, all of its child pages will be removed as well. Removing a page from Super will also remove any custom code or SEO setting that you have applied to that page and any subpages.

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