NOTE: If you are working in multilingual mode, the first page you create is in the default language.
NOTE: If you are working in multilingual mode, before creating a page, you must first choose the language, in which you want to create the page. Select the language from Languages dropdown box in the right of the page.
EXAMPLE: Company Info
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Choose between the following:
NOTE: If you have not created any pages yet, choose At the top level button. You can make the page a subpage of another page later, using drag and drop.
The URL is automatically generated based on the page name that you have chosen and the hierarchy of the page (the URL of its parent). The URL determines the new page's website address.
You can choose a custom URL by clicking Change button and entering the new name in the input field that appears.
This overwrites the automatically generated URL. When you enter a custom URL, the URL of the page no longer changes when the place of the page in the hierarchy changes.
To restore the automatically generated URL of the page, click Change » Edit URL structure » Restore to default structure.
For more information, see Tutorial: Grant permissions for pages.
Group pages serve as containers for other pages. Group pages do not have their own content. When you open a group page it redirects to its first subpage (child).
To select the page, which this page will redirect to, perform the following:
EXAMPLE: XYZ Company - Company Information.
NOTE: By default, the title of the page is overridden by the title of the content it displays. You can change this behavior in the Advanced configuration of widgets of the respective widget, by changing property PageTitleModes to one of the following:
Select one of the following:
For more information, see Overview: Page templates.
For more information about .master files, see Create a template using a Master page.
For more information about the App_Master folder, see Website templates file structure.
The description that you enter is added to the page's header. The description is often used by search engines to provide a summary of the webpage.
EXAMPLE: Information about XYZ Company's locations, history, corporate directory, employment opportunities, etc.
The keywords that you choose are conveying additional meaning to search engines and may have SEO benefits.
EXAMPLE: The keywords for the page XYZ Company - Company Information can be XYZ Company, History, Hiring, Employment, Locations, Contact Information. When you enter the keywords for your page in the Keywords input field, separate them with commas.
NOTE: You must not use caching for e-commerce pages.
IMPORTANT: Some of the above fields may not be displayed when you create a page, because they have been hidden.
For more information about creating custom fields and hiding default fields, see Overview: Custom fields.
To configure how to display pages on mobile devices, see Overview: Responsive design.
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