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
|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.
|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.|