Creating a page

Follow these steps to create a new page:

1. Open the 'Page' tab in the management toolbar.
2. Click the 'Add page' button.
3. A pop-up now opens for creating the page.

Explanation of fields - 'General settings' tab

Field Explanation
Page button name  This name will be displayed in the menu. 
Page title  This name is set as the default title on the page. 
Template  This is the page template property. Some examples of templates are:
- Standard: text page with block system
- Site map: automatic table of contents of the tree structure
News: automatic presentation of your recent news items 
News archive: automatic presentation of all your news items 
Page falls under  Here you specify the page in the tree structure under which the new page should fall. 
Include in which menu  Here you select whether the page should (yes) or should not (no) be visible in the menu. If you have multiple menu positions, when you create a page under the home page a pulldown is presented so you can select which menu the page should be shown in. 
Position in menu Numerical position in the menu, which determines the order in which they appear. 


Explanation of fields - 'SEO settings' tab

If you have a search function within the website, it will look at the SEO settings to better determine the relevance of search results.

Field Explanation
SEO Title  This name is placed within the page's title tag. This is shown in the browser tab and as the title of a result within search engines. 
Keywords Here you can enter comma-separated keywords that relate to the page content. These are placed within the website as a meta tag.
Note: Adding keywords will not affect your search engine rankings. Filling in keywords for the page does influence the relevance for internal search functionality, if present. 
Description  Here you can enter a brief description that summarizes the page content. This is placed within the website as a meta tag. Search engines will display this as a result description, but it will not be visible on your website.
URL name  This name is used as the page name in the URL. Note: This may not contain any special characters or spaces.