A URL slug is the exact address of a specific page on your site. On any page except a homepage, the slug for that page appears after your domain URL, including the /:
You'll need a page's slug when setting up anchor links, URL redirects, and RSS feeds. If you're logged in, the logged in URL doesn't include the page slug. This guide explains how to see a page's slug while logged in.
Tip: You can change the slug in Page Settings.
Option 1 - Get the slug in full preview
Click the arrow in the top-left corner to open full preview. Your slug appears at the end of the URL.
Tip: This URL shows your built-in domain. If you're sharing the link and have a custom domain, replace everything before the slug with your custom domain.
Option 2 - Get the slug in Page Settings
To find a page's URL slug in Page Settings:
- From the Home Menu, click Pages.
- Click on the next to the title.
- In the Basic tab, scroll down to the URL Slug field. The slug shown is your current page slug.
For more help, visit Page Settings.
Option 3 - Get the slug from the address bar in Incognito mode
Open the page in your browser's Private Browsing or incognito mode. In the address bar, your slug appears at the end of the URL.
Visit Changing URL slugs to learn about different slugs that may appear after the page slug, such as blog post, gallery image, and product slugs.