Child pages appear in a menu called In this section in the right margin of your page.
If you want child pages, you will need to request an In this section menu with a "starter" page from Webhelp@phsa.ca. Once you have a starter page, you can add child pages as you want. Pages are added at the top of the starter page. You can then delete the starter page when you are finished.
Plan your child pages carefully.
The page titles should be short and descriptive, and make sense on their own. Remember that a visitor might find a child page through searching and will need to be able to understand the page in context. So title the child page accordingly.
Don't repeat words from your main page title (unless needed for clarity); this makes the breadcrumb trail and url very long.
The order of the pages in the menu should make sense to the visitor. The order could be alphabetical, or chronological, or in a sequence. Whichever order you choose, make sure it is helpful to the visitor.
Don't add a lot of child pages; this will make the menu long and will push your feature boxes (your links and downloads) too low on the page.
If you need to change the page titles or order of the child pages in the menu after you have edited the pages, please contact Webhelp.