This is the view in what we call 'public mode'. Public mode is how a reader will see your exhibition.
To make changes to the exhibition, you will need to place it in 'editing mode': do this through the 'MY CIRRUS' menu in the top right-hand side of your screen, which will bring up the following drop-down menu:
Your first tab is automatically created when you create your exhibition. But you can create new tabs. Each new tab is essentially a new page hanging from the main exhibition. New tabs are useful for dividing up large or complex topics.
For example, here is an AustLit exhibition divided into multiple tabs:
Clicking on this button brings up the following window:
Type the name for your new tab into the box, and click 'Save changes'. This will create your new tab. Your exhibition now looks like this in public mode:
You can continue the process of making as many new tabs as you need for your exhibition.
Remember, the tabs are the way in which your readers navigate the exhibition. Only break the exhibition into as many separate tabs as it needs.
Now that you have a basic exhibition and know how to add new tabs, follow the instructions that show you how to edit and rearrange existing content and add new content.