Overview Of How Pages Interconnect

This page illustrates how various page types are related parent-to-child. In other words it shows the site hierarchy and optionally how pages can be further connected with optional links (example: Builder-to-Module).


The first diagram shows the basic structure used here to connect clubs, people, modules and event. For each T-Trak club there should be one page. Your specific Club Page may or may not have been created yet. Feel free to add it.

Moving up the chain of linked pages, the Club Page should be attached to a series of geographic pages (Region, Country and State (or Territory/Province)). Making sure the PARENT page is set correctly is what controls the tree-like list of links displayed on various pages.

Moving down the chain, the Club Page is the parent to three pages: Club Modules, Club Members and Club Events. These three pages are used to group and organize the detailed pages. These pages also contain a button for creating attached pages with a standard format (a template).

Note: If you start on the correct PARENT page, the button will make sure any new page you create is attached to the right club.

It does not matter what order you create the module pages, the people (club member) pages, or the event pages.


To link them in additional combinations you need to edit the pages. This is desirable but not required. You may do any of the following:

  • Connect a Module to the Club Member by making the name of the BUILDER a link. <learn how>
  • Connect a Club Member to ALL his/her modules by adding links to the Module page names.
  • Connect one Module page to another Module page. Example: you add text with links that reads. “Also seen in this photo are Module X and Module Y.”
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